Once again, fate has conspired to give us two high class shows in quick succession at The Beehive, that bohemian watering hole on the margins of Old Town that we do so love. These Beehive shows really are like buses – nothing for ages, you turn your back and suddenly two of the buggers come round the corner.
with all the best intentions in the world, and after a few issues with support from venues and a general exasperation at the apathy of audiences to what we are trying to do, we said we were having a break, doing less, maybe even dare I say it, quitting? And we did, for about 3 weeks over Christmas. But we are back….
It is safe to say our return to Swindon’s Level III venue with a was something of a roaring success! To follow up that barnstormer we have four stonking shows for you this week, so once again we are already worrying about the state of our livers. But, we are pro’s, so we will stoically soldier on. Anyway, this is what we have lined up…
As always, Dave has booked four rather superb acoustic based shows for the month of April down at the Donkey (or The RoDonk as he has started calling it) that show just how diverse “acoustic” music can be.
It is a stupidly busy week for us this week with no less than 4 shows featuring 15 acts over 5 days. Phew.
As well as opening the festival this year we close it, with a late afternoon / early evening session in the top bar of acoustic, stripped back loveliness from some […]