Tuesday, September 12, 2006

What's on this week

Greetings people of substance and texture!

Its the BIG BIG week for the Glass Onion Community Music and Arts Centre this week! After much work by so many the doors are finally officially opening to the public for good as of this Friday morning! It's gonna be a whole lot of fun.

We have old friends from festival times journeying across the country for this weekend so it should be a very special time for us all.

I'm going to use this mailout to keep you informed of the events external to the Onion and will send one specifically about activities on offer at the Onion this weekend tomorrow.


Wednesday night is time for the Pixie Folke to gather at Lisboa (24 Lincoln Road) for acoustic jamming and open mic (presented by James Chadwick ). Entrance is free and doors are 8pm till late.


This week Unity at Lisboa has another great line-up. Wake are old unity favourites who haven't graced the Unity platform in some time so we are all looking forward greatly to welcoming them back and seeing what new stuff they may spring on us. Also in the house will be Sacred Heart - who bring a classic rock sound with original material espousing mandelbrot harmony. Entrance is only £1 to Muddy members (£2 otherwise) and doors open at 8pm. Rumour has it that Corneilius is going to be in the city so we may find ourselves in the pleasure of his tunes too.


On Friday night the wonderful Point Seven Pistol (just back from Germany) are playing in the Brewery Tap, with support act tbc. Music will begin at around 9:30 and entrance is £3 after 10pm, free before.

Of course the acoustic night at the Glass Onion promising to be a belter on the week of the offical opening. Entrance there is free all day and all night and shut down time is 1am. If you would like to play on the night please reply to this mail.


Saturday night will bring something very different to the Onion. Details to follow.

For the late night crews Dizzy Funk present a night of deep house grooves with resident DJ's as well as guests from SAS and Hanky Panky. Entrance is only £3 and doors are open 9pm till 5am.

The Brewery Tap have a new addition to their list of promotions this Saturday. "Something Missing" aims to provide the most influential sounds of the last 50 years. Entrance is free all night and music starts around 9:30 pm.


Sunday is the time for the city to chill down in various bars.

Deep Roots opens in Lisboa at 6pm with laid back beats and grooves to chill you out and mellow your mind. There is also a BBQ in the garden provided free of charge by the Lisboa management.

....and Finally....

Actualy there is no finality about this....much more to follow.........

Peace love unity and respect.

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