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It's Thursday 19th April and the sun is shining (not that that has any bearing on this) which means it is Live Music time again here at The Tuppenny. This week we are delighted to be able to present the folk-pop-tastic Phil Cooper and our very own team member Sarah C Ryan!
April 12th features a rather cool little show that has come together as something of a surprise. After both originally billed acts pulled out, it was a a rather pleasing set of circumstances that led to this line up pulling together suddenly.
Session #23 took place on March 15th and featured two Bristol artists - The Blunderbuss Press and Cursor Major. We forgot to put it on the website - hence this belated posting. Whoops
We are super excited about session 22, as it features the amazing Swedish band Sun & The Rain Men with support from Buswell in a night of indie folk-pop from Sweden and indie folk-pop from Swindon...
Thursday 22nd February's live session features the drone rock and live composition of Stereocilia.
Live Music returns for the first time in 2018 tonight, Thursday 15th February in the fine form of Lewis Clark and local musician Nick Felix. Entry is free but artist tips are welcome. Music commences around 8.30pm.
We get fully festive on Thursday 21st December as ace crooner, comedian and entertainer Slim Ditty and co descend on us this yuletide for a fantastically festive sing-along!
One year ago, against our better judgement, we let the Swindon Shuffle team take over the place to put on a music quiz to raise money for their chosen charities. It's back!
On Thursday 7th Dec the irascible Grant Sharkey returns to The Tuppenny. Grant is a double bass wielding, musical satirist dealing in insightful social commentary, leftfield musical creations, challenging political messages and often just plain silly songs.