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Posts Tagged ‘pete roe’

Peggy Sue, Sons of Noel and Adrian & Pete Roe Irish tour starts today

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

The tour of Ireland begins today in Limerick, hope to see you at a show:

14th: Dolan’s, Limerick
15th: Cyprus Avenue, Cork
16th: Roisin Dubh, Galway
17th & 18th: Clonakilty International Guitar Festival, Clonakilty
19th: Workman’s Club, Dublin

Tickets and times for Stanmer House this Sunday

Friday, July 3rd, 2009

It’s just a few days away and the current forecast is sunny! The doors open at 7:45pm, but I’d recommend getting down there early and spending the afternoon in the beautiful surroundings with a barbecue and a few cold beers.

Here are the times:

Marquee

The Leisure Society 11:10pm
Peggy Sue 10:00pm
Sons of Noel and Adrian 8:55pm
Robert Stillman 7:55pm

Inside the house

Alessi’s Ark 10:35pm
Pete Roe 9:30pm
Caroline Weeks 8:25pm

Here’s a link showing the bus route from the Old Steine, you get the number 25 and it takes about 38 minutes including the walk into Stanmer Park. There are regular trains to Falmer from Brighton and it’s about a 10-15 minute walk from there. Sadly the last train back to Brighton from Falmer is at 23:26 but I believe buses run all night, a taxi will cost about £10-12.

Resident is now SOLD OUT but there are currently 16 tickets left on wegottickets.com/willkommen, then we’re totally sold out. I’ll post on here if there are any tickets left on the day but it looks unlikely.

Pete Roe joins Stanmer House line-up

Thursday, June 11th, 2009

The enthralling Pete Roe joins The Leisure Society, Alessi’s Ark et al on our overflowing Willkommen micro-festival bill. Pete is an amazing multi-instrumentalist who plays banjo and piano with Laura Marling, guitar techs for Maccabees and recently toured in support of Mumford & Sons. He has a unique guitar style which somehow sees separate bass, rhythm, lead and even percussions lines simultaneously flow from just two hands.

He’s an amazing performer and a great addition to the line-up. More information about the event here and tickets available for just £12 here.