Gig Guide Friday 20th – Friday 27th April 2012


Above The Underground make their long awaited return to Crewe’s music scene with a headline slot at The Box this evening from 7:30pm. The band have defended pop punk alongside the likes of scene bigwigs, Set Your Goals, A Loss For Words and Elliot Minor. New Romantics also return in support with debuts for both White Eskimo and Aeris. Tickets are £5.

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Laugh Out Loud Comedy, Regent Theatre – 23/10/2010

Comedy is currently enjoying something of a resurgence in the area, and this is due in no small part down to one man, Damion Larkin. An active gigging comedian, Damion set out to, in his own words, bring comedy to Stoke. He successfully hosted the first Laugh Out Loud Club night in The Britannia Suite back in May. Since then he has managed to host a string of evenings, which have all sold out, and the key to his success? Quietly brilliant talent.

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Stoke Gigs Clubnight in The Sentinel

We at Stoke Gigs HQ talk to press, bands and promoters on a regular basis, but it came as a suprise when we found out we were going to be featured in The Sentinel (largely because our editor is a columnist there). Today the guys have given us some nice coverage. You can read it below.

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Stoke Gigs On The Radio

Stoke Gigs is dedicated to bringing you the very best of local entertainment, and is currently doing really well – but we’d be nowhere without you.

Our wonderful editor Lyndsey Oliver has been asked as a guest on local station Cre8 radio, and it will be on air early next week promoting the site and drumming up more help to make the site as exciting as possible for you, the lovely fans.

More details will be posted this week with details of the show and links to the station.

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