Lancaster and Morecambe schoolchildren team up to sing their hearts out

More than 1100 school children performed four concerts at the Ashton Hall in Lancaster Town Hall.

Preston noise merchants Evil Blizzard play LiVe in Preston on Saturday, April 1

Blizzard to blanket city with noise and mayhem before joke

Evil Blizzard might be hitting the heady heights of fame, appearing alongside legendary headliners such as Rainbow, Sweet and Blue Oyster Cult at the Stone Free Festival at London’s O2 Arena in the summer, but before then they will be hitting their home turf in Preston once again for what promises to be a manic and messy April Fool’s night.

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Folk duo Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham

Folk duo bring their music to Morecambe

A folk duo who have toured together since 1986 will be bringing their musical friendship to Morecambe.


VIDEO: Morecambe organisers talk Ska and future events

Skaville will take place this weekend at the Morecambe Winter Gardens.

Danielz lead vocalist of T.Rexasty. Picture by Cosmic Exposure.

Morecambe to celebrate T.Rex music icon

Glam rock lives on as a tribute band take off where they left off for a special 40th commemorative anniversary tour.

Thunder opened their new tour in Manchester

GIG REVIEW: Thunder at 02 Manchester Apollo

‘Everybody, scream!’

Dirkjan Ranzijn from Alkmaar Holland will be playing in Morecambe to raise funds for St John's Hospice.

International keyboard star to play for Lancaster hospice

A one off concert will take place at Morecambe Sailing Club in aid of St John’s Hospice.

Idris Elba.

Actor Idris Elba to DJ at Kendal Calling

Film star Idris Elba, best known for the BBC hit series Luther, will appear in the fields for this year’s Kendal Calling Festival.


VIDEO: Plans for Morecambe’s first fringe festival

“A fringe festival is like what Forrest Gump says about a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get.”

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Mark Gray and John Kirby at King Sound Studio near Halton.

200-year-old barn becomes Lancaster music studio

Three music professionals have joined forces to launch a recording studio high in the hills above Lancaster.

100 Voices of Gospel

Join 100 Voices of Gospel

One lucky choir from Lancashire will get the chance to join the internationally renowned 100 Voices of Gospel when they head to the county next month.

Former Status Quo drummer John Coghlan will come to Morecambe.

Status Quo sound to live on in Morecambe

A former Status Quo drummer will be performing in Morecambe next week.

The Promenade Concert Orchestra

Morecambe concert celebrates watering places of UK

Music from the great watering places of the country will be celebrated at a Morecambe Concert.

A tribute to Leonard Cohen will be performed in Morecambe.

Lancaster tribute to Leonard Cohen

A musical tribute to esteemed late songwriter and poet Leonard Cohen will be coming to the Platform in Morecambe on Friday March 17.

Jagwar Ma at Lancaster Library. Photo by Becca Middleton/Get It Loud in Libraries.

REVIEW: Jagwar Ma, Lancaster library

There was no “shushing” going on in Lancaster library as Australian trio Jagwar Ma kicked off what could only be described as a rave between the bookshelves.

Photo: David Hurst
Gary and Sue Haley enjoy Morecambe Ska Festival held in the Winter Gardens.

Ska legends had time for everyone in Morecambe

Hundreds packed into Morecambe at the weekend to rock out with Ska music legends.

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Steps are back!

90s pop group Steps announce UK tour and comeback album

Pop group Steps will celebrate 20 years since they formed with a comeback album and UK tour.

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Abba tribute band and Dr Feelgood come to Morecambe

Relive the memories of one of the most popular groups in pop history.

Adam Cole from Trappist Afterland.

Coffee house becomes setting for ‘otherwordly’ night out

Acid folk from the 1970s, Gamelan and Middle Eastern music and Indian Raga combine for a unique and “otherwordly” night at The Hall in Lancaster.

Dreamboats and Petticoats at the Palace Theatre, Manchester

Theatre review: Dreamboats and petticoats at Manchester Palace Theatre

It was cold, it was dark, and I needed cheering up on a Monday evening. So what better than a song and dance?

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