BEMY AT THE LATEST MUSIC BAR: 1930
BEMY are unusual for a number of reasons: firstly they are brothers, secondly, although originally from Bordeaux, they moved to England and then to Poland, winning acclaim along the way. To hear their sound, click here. They are joined tonight by ambient funk rockers Luna Blue, Indie Brit Rock band Dan Cox and the Blackbirds and country pop singer Meg Lawrenson. For venue details, click here.
POST GRUNGE / ROCK
CKY AT CONCORDE 2: 1930
Hailing from West Chester, Pennsylvania, CKY (which stands for Camp Kill Yourself) formed 20 years ago and still features founder-members Chad I Ginsburg, and Jess Margera. The band found initial widespread recognition through the music they provided to the TV series Jackass. Twenty years on, they’re still going strong and their fifth studio album, The Phoenix, was released last year. To hear them play, click here. For venue, click here
THE LEWIS FAMILY CHRISTMAS HOUR AT THE LATEST BAR: 1930
You know Sir Martyn Lewis: he used to read the news on the BBC. Tonight he lends his vocal chords (and that of some of his family) to an evening of seasonal songs and entertainment. Martyn reads Dylan Thomas’ A Child’s Christmas in Wales, and the three Lewis Sisters sing close harmony versions of festive classics. There will be lots of mince pies and mulled wine to enjoy, too. For venue details, click here.
Tickets: £8 (advance) £10 on the door
CHRISTMAS / MUSICAL
SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN SISTERS AT BOM-BANES: 1815 & 2030
Bom-Banes’ Christmas musicals are always a treat – along with the tasty home cooked supper which comes with them. This year it’s Snow White. There are two performances a night. You’ll need to book ahead – 01273 606400. For venue details, click here.
Tickets: £27 adult / £14 (child) / £67.50 (family)