First show of the Autumn/Winter schedule sees the return of the Tyneside troubadour Martin Stephenson
Martin is an outstanding singer and songwriter, whose career in music now stretches back over thirty years of critical acclaim and relentless touring.
The Daintees became one of the first bands to sign to the Newcastle based label Kitchenware, releasing a string of albums until disbanding in 1992. Martin has played literally 1000’s of shows, both solo and with the reformed Daintees. This will be his 3rd solo appearance at The Georgian Theatre. Each show is unique, there is no set formula, just great songs mixed with fabulous stories and jokes along side a total engagement with the audience.
Tickets available from the venue and usual on line outlets.
Tickets from usual on line outlets & from venues
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This man really needs no introduction. If you like the sound of a Hammond organ then The Georgian Theatre is the place to be on Saturday night. Tickets here
James Taylor is the best Hammond player this side of the Atlantic
Craig Charles BBC6 FUNK AND SOUL SHOW
James Taylor..one of the all-time great Hammond players
Nicky Wire from the Manic Street Preachers, NME
Never less than an impressive demonstration of virtuosity
Andrew Mueller, Uncut
James Taylor keeps it swinging, fun and unpretentious
Andy Robson, Jazzwise
Taylor’s organ sound first sears the ears and then goes straight to the feet
Garry Booth, BBC Music Magazine
Taylor is one of our finest jazz organists… A musician who has forged his own path… His playing is snappy and crisp…
David Lands, Jazz Journal
Absolutely delighted to confirm the return of one of Medways finest live bands THE LEN PRICE 3. The band who first played at The Westgarth back in April 2015 return later in the year, November 24th to be precise, for what will be another blinding night of live music. One of the best live bands around.
Supports to be sorted & tickets available soon.
Saturday May 20th BRIX AND THE EXTRICATED show is postponed. Please see below for band statement.
It is with regret that we announce that Stephen and Paul Hanley’s mother passed away suddenly and unexpectedly at the weekend. In light of this Brix and The Extricated will be postponing and rescheduling the upcoming gigs at Hebden Bridge Trades Club (19/5) and Georgian Theatre in Stockton (20/5). Our thoughts and sympathies are very much with the Hanley family at this difficult time. We will announce the rescheduled gigs as soon as we know.
We can confirm that our next gig will be at The Roundhouse in London on Saturday 10th June (with The Wedding Present).
Thank you all for your understanding.
Happily the show has been quickly rescheduled for SATURDAY OCTOBER 14th.
Original tickets remain valid for the rescheduled show.