Gig Guide

PUBLISHED: 11:22 14 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:31 06 July 2010

The guide to this week's gigs and karaoke nights



Corton - Hut, The Italian Orphans

Great Yarmouth - Allens Bar, Canine Feline

Lowestoft - Triangle Tavern, Murphys Lore; Crown Street Hall, Waveney Folk Club sing-a-round

Oulton Broad - Lady of the Lake, Low Voltage

Pakefield - The Seagull, Egypt and Little Hills

Wangford - Angel Inn, Helen Abbey


Beccles - Harvest Moon Festival, Plan Nine; Conservative Club, Gordon

Gorleston - Lord Nelson, The Italian Orphans

Gorleston - King William IV, The Gutterboys

Great Yarmouth - The Anson Arms, The Revolves

Kessingland - Working Men's Club, Memphis Index

Lowestoft - Morning Star, The Tigerlilys; New Globe Inn, Sun of Cash; Flying Dutchman, 16th Minute; Fisherman's Wharf, The Project

Oulton Broad - Lady of the Lake, After Hours; Pipers Members Club, Micky Jay King

Somerleyton - Duke's Head, Llewelyn

Southwold - Kings Head, Ben Greaves; Adnams Cellar and Kitchen Café, Sam and Daisy (3pm)

Westhall - The Racehorse, 50s night with The Big Beat


Beccles - Kings Head, Red Beans and Rice

Hopton - The Turnstone, Jammin' with the Nightrollers

Kessingland - Working Men's Club, Julie Dawn

Lowestoft - Lord Nelson, Ricci (4pm)

Southwold - Kings Head, Gracie and Charles Wright


Scratby - Beachcomber Club, The Revolves


Caister - Never Turn Back, The Jam


Flixton - The Buck, Sole Bay Jazz Band

Lowestoft - Triangle Tavern, Crumbs For Comfort

Oulton Broad - Lady of the Lake, Jam Session



Lowestoft - The Eagle Tavern, with Soundzrite; Royal Standard; Plough & Sail, Joe Public Karaoke


Great Yarmouth - The Crystal, Appy Sounds; Oliver Twist, C.K Experience

Lowestoft - The Haverlock; First & Last; The Eagle Tavern, with Soundzrite; Royal Standard; The Oxford Arms


Lowestoft - The Eagle Tavern, with Soundzrite; Lake Lothing

Oulton Broad - Lady of the Lake, Angie's Karaoke


Lowestoft - Edge Bar

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