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Soundwave Sessions: January

Thursday, January 26

Barbican Theatre bring you live music gigs in Plymouth in unique venues on the last Thursday of the month:

January venue
St Luke’s, former Toys ‘R’ Us, Western Approach
Plenty of comfy sofas and space for this super cool evening of live music.

* January Line Up*
Andy Quick
Andy is an eclectic songwriter and laid back storyteller who has played countless festivals nationally and internationally with his projects Land Of The Giants (mashed up ska/rock/reggae) and The Andy Quick Band (retro alt funk/blues)

Grace Lightman
Grace Lightman writes, produces and performs unique songs inspired by indie disco from the noughties and 70s glam pop and punk. If Debbie Harry collaborated with the Strokes and Karen Carpenter was on the drums and Bowie at the production helm you might get something that sounds like Grace Lightman.

Aston Icely
Rapper, singer and beatboxer AKA Archane

January event
Thursday 26 January
Act 1: 7:30pm
Act 2: 8:15pm
Act 3: 9pm

For ages 16+.
Bar serving alcohol & soft drinks

Tickets
£10 (early bird until 19 Jan)
£13 (from 20 Jan & on the door)
Book: https://barbicantheatre.co.uk/whats-on/soundwave-sessions-january/


More about Soundwave Sessions

Soundwave Sessions are going to be the best nights in Plymouth – buy a ticket, be part of some really special gigs and discover your next favourite musician.

They’ll happen on the last Thursday of the month and every time will be at a different venue and have different bands and artists performing.

Epic artists at epic places…every month.

Upcoming events

Monday, February 26
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MIRROR presents a solo exhibition by Cornwall based artist Ben Sanderson as part of South West Showcase 2024.
Tuesday, February 27
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In 1755, the impoverished Captain Ludvig Kahlen sets out to conquer the uninhabitable Danish heath in the name of the King.
Tuesday, February 27
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Jonathan Glazer (Birth, Under the Skin) offers his most ambitious film yet, displacing the usual tropes of the Holocaust drama to depict the pampered life of executioners.
Wednesday, February 28
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In 1755, the impoverished Captain Ludvig Kahlen sets out to conquer the uninhabitable Danish heath in the name of the King.

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