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.
Punk rock For Gentlemen will be back on Sat May 22nd at The Westgarth Club in Middlesbrough.
Sadly the Goodbye Mr MacKenzie show scheduled for Dec 10th at The Cluny in Newcastle has had to be rescheduled to July 23rd 2021. Original tickets sold remain valid for the new date or refunds can be obtained from the point of purchase.
Tickets available from SEE Tickets and other online outlets and also direct from The Cluny (check locally for opening times)
The Ruts DC Acoustic show planned for Aug 14th has now been rescheduled to Sunday 20th December. All tickets remain valid for the new date or refunds can be obtained from the point of purchase.
Sadly Coronavirus strikes again and The Space Agency show at The Westgarth has had to be cancelled. It will be rescheduled for 2021 at a later date.
The Ben Watt show planned for Nov 19th 2020 at The Georgian Theatre Stockton has now been rescheduled for May 7th 2021.
Tickets purchased remain valid for the rescheduled date.
Sadly as expected The Pack gig on Aug 7th has had to be cancelled. Those that bought tickets via Paypal have been automatically refunded, other ticket buyers please return to point of purchase for a refund.
I’ve had a lot of people getting in touch lately asking if such and such a gig is taking place/being rescheduled/cancelled. I’ve had people asking about social distancing and what precautions will be in place when venues actually open. I thought it worthwhile making a few observations.
Before any shows can take place a number of factors have to change and be clarified.
Firstly the Government have to allow venues to open up and clarify the position on social distancing. Until this happens then no shows will take place.
Secondly the venues I use to promote shows will have to identify what capacities they are allowed to admit into the building and implement the necessary controls identified to manage social distancing and most importantly provide as safe an environment as possible.
It is the intention of Fast Forward to go ahead with all planned shows.
That said the current 2m requirement of social distancing will slash venue capacities to such a level that it may not be feasible for the band, the promoter or the venue to permit any of the shows to take place.
It’s very possible that over the days and weeks to come for many different reasons then shows may get rescheduled or cancelled altogether. It is hoped that doesn’t happen but if it does anyone who has purchased a ticket will be able to use the tickets on a rescheduled date or get a refund. As much notice as possible will be given to any change of dates.
If shows go ahead but with reduced capacity then be assured ticket prices will not be increased to compensate. The current advertised prices will remain.
The next show featuring The Pack at The Georgian Theatre is just 8 weeks away.
Hopefully the current reduction in new virus cases continues, the Government gives the go ahead to open for gigs and we are all able to get out and have some fun.
Probably not a surprise to anyone but The Meteors show scheduled for July 30th at The Georgian Theatre Stockton has had to be rescheduled again.
The new date is Thursday Feb 18th 2021 at the same venue.
Tickets sold for the original date(s) are valid for the new date or refunds can be obtained from the point of purchase.