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Published on 01 December 2017
Event date: 27/04/2018 19:00 Export event
The Stone Roses are without doubt one of the most important bands of British music and their music has influenced and inspired many artists.
But with the Roses’ appearing to have now called it a day, there is only one option to hear those songs played with the same passion and energy as the real thing. The Clone Roses are the longest serving and most popular Roses Tribute playing live today. The attention to detail is second to none, with the band acquiring the same clothing, instruments and usually play the same set as The Roses themselves. The band have recently played Isle of Wight Festival, Shine on Weekender, and “A Tribute to Manchester” headlining to over 2500 at Manchester Academy 1, and to 1700 people at Ulster Hall in Belfast, as well as a UK Tour of the O2 Academy music venues.
Expect to hear all the classics, “Waterfall”, “Made of Stone”, “I am the Resurrection” & more!
If you’ve never seen the real deal or want to re-live the best gig you’ve been to then “The Clones” will deliver the next best thing!
“I can’t believe it’s not butter, the second best Stone Roses in the World! MANI (THE STONE ROSES)
“Easily the Best Roses Tribute Band in the business” CLINT BOON (INSPIRAL CARPETS / RADIO X)
OACES are a tribute to the phenomenal five piece rock 'n' roll legends Oasis. Close your eyes and recapture the freshness of Liam's raw indie tones and Noel's swirling guitar riffs down to the finest detail.
'Don't Look Back In Anger'
It's just like being back in the day when the excitement was building and you knew you were listening to the biggest band in the world. Indistinguishable and authentic you are assured to receive a high quality and polished performance.
Forget the will they, won't they rumours of an Oasis reunion, Oaces are the only band you'll need to get tickets to see!
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And we are young again.
Word for Word theatre present an exploration of Dementia through performance and multimedia art, created using real interviews, medical research, and reimagined Shakespeare.
Thursday 13 December - 7.30pm to 9.00pm
Friday 14 December - 7.30pm to 9.00pm
Saturday 15 December - 2.30pm to 4.00pm
7.30pm to 9.00pm
This is a FREE event with a Q&A with the creators at the end of each performance.
Big Blues Jam
Christmas Blues with Redfish.
Doors 3.30pm Show 4pm
Tickets £6 on the door
(21/12/2018 12:00 - 12:45)