Northern Irish band The Rising bring their blend of pop, country and rock to Facebook live this Monday 26 October. As part of their weekly livestreams – the group, who have a new single 2AM Call out soon, will be performing from their official Facebook profile and will be taking requests!
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of their self-titled debut album, The Drums will be playing the record front to back this Tuesday 27 October in a special livestream. Filmed live in Brooklyn, NY – you can catch this performance over on their website with the purchase of a virtual ticket priced at $18. Find out more in the link below.
American rock n roll group The Band Of Heathens invite you to their weekly livestream – The Good Time Supper Club this Tuesday 27 October over on their website. Join them from 2pm for stories and songs, ask them questions and give your requests. Free to watch, but if you can donate towards the band its appreciated during these crazy times!
As part of their 2020 Vision series, the London Philharmonic Orchestra present 2013: Poems old and new this Wednesday 28 October. The streamed concert filmed live at the Royal Festival Hall will feature Joshua Weilerstein conducting, Anssi Karttunen on cello and soprano Sally Matthews. Available to watch from 8pm free of charge – you can find out more in the link below…
Manchester-based musician, club promoter and DJ Tomm Thomas will be spinning some spooky sounds for The Forum Halloween Shindig this Friday 30 October. Appearing live from his hometown venue The Tunbridge Wells Forum in Kent – Tomm will be getting you in the Halloween mood all while raising money for the grassroots venue. Find out more over on The Forum Twitch page.
This weekend, the gothic Tomorrow’s Ghosts Festival goes digital as they present ‘Virtually Halloween’ – an online experience curated by Absinthe Promotions Modern Films and actress Juliet Landau (Buffy, Angel, Ed Wood). There will be an exclusive preview screening of new film A Place Among the Dead starring, written and directed by Landau. Also music from Saigon Blue Rain, ‘Bram Stoker’s Whitby’ with Dacre Stoker, Dead Sexy with Violet Fenn – plus live music and an in-conversation event with David J of Bauhaus. The all-day event kicks off from 10am on Saturday 31 October – to purchase your virtual ticket (£16) and find out more – hit the link below.
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