Gig Guide

PUBLISHED: 11:21 09 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:34 06 July 2010

This week's gig and karaoke guides...


Belton - The Tavern, The Revolves

Caister - Never Turn Back, Rawkas

Great Yarmouth - Anson Arms, Canine Feline

Lowestoft - Bluenotes 2, £2 Party with Nevacain, Faster Than Robots and Claw of Panther; Triangle Tavern, Micky Flynn; Crown Street Hall, Waveney Folk Club, Tony Hall

Oulton Broad - The Flying Dutchman, Curtis High; The Lady of the Lake, Adam Bomb

Southwold - The Carlton, Sun Of Cash

Wangford - Angel Inn, John Brassett


Hemsby - Seabreeze, Mel Stevens and the Strollers; Bermuda Club, The Revolves

Kessingland - Working Men's Club, Tony Bryant

Lowestoft - Fisherman's Wharf, Live n Loud; The New Globe Inn, Sun Of Cash

Oulton Broad - The Lady of the Lake, Telegram Sam


Hopton - The Turnstone, Jammin' with the Nightrollers

Kessingland - Working Men's Club, P&P Country

Lowestoft - Lord Nelson, Aaron Bolton

Southwold - The Red Lion, Intrigue (3pm)

Wangford - Angel Inn, Open acoustic night


Lowestoft - The Beaconsfield, Lowestoft and District Organ and Keyboard club, Tony Whittaker


Flixton - The Buck, Sole Bay Jazz Band

Lowestoft - Triangle Tavern, Jam Session

Oulton Broad - The Lady of the Lake, Jam Session



Lowestoft - The Eagle Tavern, with Soundzrite; Royal Standard; Plough & Sail, Joe Public Karaoke; Fisherman's Wharf, Carnival 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 - The Lady of the Lake, Angie's Karaoke


Lowestoft - Edge Bar

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