The rescheduling of the Kirk Brandon show means thats the end of shows for 2020. We only managed to fit 4 shows in this year due to the pandemic but what 4 beauties they were. Sell out shows featuring Kirk Brandon , Dreadzone & Pauline Murray . Gig of the year was a show which sold beyond all expectations featuring a band who in my opinion have released the album of the year. Working Men’s Club . This band will be massive once normality returns, I’m glad we caught them when we did.
We had a great SOLD OUT night in the COVID SAFE Georgian Theatre last Saturday.
Thanks to Pauline for agreeing to do the show, all those who bought tickets and all that the venue for facilitating the event.
There’s a set of photos taken by Steve White here
Due to the Government imposed lockdown the “Evening With Kirk Brandon” show on Nov 27th at The Georgian Theatre has had to be cancelled.
Ticket buyers will be contacted directly with the option of transferring tickets to the “Afternoon Show” on Dec 20th at the same venue or arranging a refund.
Until the process of contacting ticket buyers has been completed we have had to temporarily suspend sales for the latter show. Hopefully not for long.
The “Evening With Kirk Brandon” show on the 27th November is now sold out. Thanks to everyone who has purchased tickets.
A Second show, “An Afternoon With Kirk Brandon” has been added for Sunday 20th December with doors opening at 4pm at finishing by 7pm
The Theatre of Hate show scheduled for Dec 18th has been cancelled and will now take place on Thursday April 1st at The Georgian Theatre.
Tickets for the original date remain valid for the new show or refunds can be obtained from the point of purchase.
As things stand the show will go ahead as planned.
If the Tees Valley area is put into Tier 3 then the show will have to be cancelled. Press reports state that a meeting between the Government and the Tees Valley Mayor regarding the switch to Tier 3 has been “paused” with no new date reported.
If the meeting takes place and Tees Valley is switched into Tier 3 before next week this could mean the show being cancelled at very short notice. Hopefully it does not come to this and we get to go ahead.
Any further news will be posted on the social media sites as soon as it is available and also via The Georgian Theatre.
Some positive news for a change. A new show featuring the iconic Theatre of Hate/Spear of Destiny front man Kirk Brandon.
Sadly as expected The Ruts DC Acoustic show has had to be cancelled. Tickets will be refunded from point of purchase. Apologies for the inconvenience.
Pauline Murray’s new album Elemental is out this week and can be purchased here.
Pauline plays at The Georgian Theatre on Sat 31st October. A solo acoustic show also featuring an interview/Q&A with Penetration guitarist Paul Harvey.
Tickets available from the Georgian Theatre online only and there are less than 20 tickets left. Get them here.
No great surprise but sadly The Fallen Leaves show has had to be cancelled. Fear not, they will be back in the new year. New date to be announced soon hopefully.
At last. Positive news. A new show to announce featuring Pauline Murray at The Georgian Theatre on Saturday 31st October.
Pauline Murray, founder member of Penetration, Invisible Girl and solo artist releases her latest album on September 25th entitled “Elemental”.
Pauline will be playing a special show at Stockton’s Georgian Theatre on Saturday October 31st. The show will consist of an interview and Question & Answer session led by Penetration guitarist Paul Harvey followed by a live set.
Tickets are extremely limited and can be bought only from the Georgian Theatre web site via this link – http://www.ticketweb.uk/event/an-evening-with-pauling-murray-the-georgian-theatre-tickets/10711775?pl=teesmusicalliance
A COVID-19 SECURE, SOCIALLY DISTANCED, ALL SEATED SHOW
“Elemental” can be ordered from paulinemurrayx.com/