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Editor’s Pick West Cumbria October – November

Editor’s Pick West Cumbria October – November The longer nights bring all sorts of strange folk creeping out and we feature one of our nations sporting heroes, a prank-playing magician, an epic skiing adventure and a miserable comedian. An Evening With Paul Gascoigne Whitehaven Golf Club 25 October A once in a lifetime opportunity to […]

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The Bluetones make Slight Return to Carlisle

With their debut album ‘Expecting To Fly’ entering the charts at No.1 upon its release in 1996 (and going onto sell more than a million copies), two more Top 10 albums and thirteen Top 40 singles including the ‘Bluetonic’, ‘Slight Return’, ‘Marblehead Johnson’, ‘Solomon Bites The Worm’, ‘If’ and ‘Keep the Fires Burning’ have all contributed to cementing the band as one of […]

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Live Music Fundraiser for Constable Debbie Hall

Sunday 13th October     The Old Fire Station, Carlisle Doors 3.30 pm Debbie Hall still urgently needs our help in her heroic battle against cancer. Every day counts in our efforts to secure the necessary funds for her cutting edge European treatment. As many know, Debbie is a decorated Carlisle police officer who has […]

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New Music – Zoe Warren

Whitehaven based singer-songwriter Zoe Warren has recently brought out her new single Greedy. It’s a charming, soulful and heartfelt piano ballad that expertly mixes Zoe’s lyrics backed by Lee Shackley on piano. The two ingredients blend perfectly. “It’s the first new music I’ve brought out since Hurricane in 2017,” said Zoe. “And it’s a completely […]

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New Music – Delagrave

Formed in early 2016, Delagrave started as the solo project of singer/songwriter Lauryn Graves. With the help of producer Rory McDonald, Delagrave was featured frequently on Radio Cumbria and was played on The Huw Stephens show on Radio 1. “Originally I was creating music for my enjoyment,” explained Lauryn.  “I was writing at home and […]

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New Music – Postcard Band

In a world where people take themselves too seriously, the Postcard Band break the mould. The group has recently released their third album, Variety Shows, which continues their tradition of feelgood tunes and clever vocal harmonies. “We all love that sort of melodramatic pop kind of thing,” said singer Stephen Dunne. “We like to include […]

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What’s going on at the Old Fire Station

Carlisle’s Old Fire Station is many things to many people. It barely needs mentioning it’s one of the premier live performance venues in the city but it has much more to offer.  Whether you are looking for a perfect venue for hire complete with food and drink facilities or studio space to rent, then the […]

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Delagrave delights with new EP Constrictor

Delagrave delights with new EP Constrictor Formed in early 2016, Delagrave started as the solo project of singer/songwriter Lauryn Graves. With the help of producer Rory McDonald, Delagrave was featured frequently on Radio Cumbria and was played on The Huw Stephens show on Radio 1. “Originally I was creating music for my enjoyment,” explained Lauryn.  […]

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Hands in the air for acoustic rave

The Showhawk Duo bring their acoustic rave combination to The Black Box Music Institute on the 21st of September. Young British guitarists Mikhail Asanovic and Jake Wright have dazzled audiences worldwide with their spectacular guitar playing and their striking act has broken the barriers between acoustic and electronic music. Whether playing 90’s trance anthems or […]

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Ten years at the top for Carlisle Festival

After ten successful years organising the event, Nick Westgarth feels this may be his last Carlisle Blues and Rock Festival.   “It’s not self-financing like it used to be,” explained Nick.  “With uncertainty in the financial climate, I can’t commit to anything else.  We were lucky to find a sponsor this year which helped the festival […]

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