Lazlo Baby


Saturday 17th September 2016 8:30pm

Lazlo Baby

Support: Bo Weavil

Tickets £8 from The Globe, by calling Jamie on 07512 214 668, or online at www.wegottickets.com

Stockport based Lazlo Baby are a high energy punky/folksy band with upbeat tunes from Eastern Europe, Balkan flavoured beats with Beardy Pirates, and Gypsy Folk! Lazlo Baby combine stomping melodies with their own anarchic angle to entertain and energise audiences.

Website: www.lazlobaby.com

Robin and Bina Williamson



Thursday 23rd June 2016 8pm

Robin & Bina Williamson

Support: Elfin Bow


Tickets £12 from The Globe or www.wegottickets.com

Robin and Bina Williamson draw on a wide variety of original and traditional songs, stories and music from Celtic, English, Indian and Old Timey roots; celebrating the turning year and the mystery of being alive.

Robin is legendary worldwide as musician, storyteller and writer. He has forefronted many genres over his 50 year career. Bina is an inspired and gifted singer-songwriter and multi instrumentalist in her own right. She has a hauntingly sweet melodious voice.
Their performances together feature their East West vocal harmonies with harp, bowed psaltery dulcimer and diverse other instruments.

Website: www.pigswhiskermusic.co.uk

Graham Clark



Thursday 30th June 2016 8pm

Jazz Violinist Graham Clark

Support: The Lesley Anne Davies Trio


Tickets £7 from The Globe or www.wegottickets.com

Graham Clark has been working as an improvising violinist since 1982, when he played on the Bristol jazz scene with local luminaries such as Andy Sheppard and Tim Richards. Moving to London in '86 saw him exploring free music, as well as continuing to study the standards, doing a lot of busking on the Underground, and playing in a Mariarchi band. In '88, Clark joined forces with Daevid Allen, the charismatic leader of psychedelic jazz world music rock band, "Gong", and he continued to play and record in various combos with Daevid until 2014. He has had several broadcasts on Radio 3, as well as releasing two improvised albums on the GAS label.

Graham's musical partnership with Paul Kilvington sees him explore standards and jazz originals with one of the most powerful and inventive pianists in the country.