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Gig guide

PUBLISHED: 11:40 18 December 2009 | UPDATED: 15:37 06 July 2010

This week's gig and karaoke guides...

GIG GUIDE

TONIGHT

Lowestoft - Triangle Tavern, The Harvs

Oulton Broad - Lady of the Lake, The Divide

Kessingland - Livingstone's, Ricci

Scratby - California Tavern, Mel Stevens and the Strollers

Wangford - Angel Inn, Steve Moyse

TOMORROW

Geldeston - Locks Inn, Murphy's Lore Christmas Party

Kessingland - Working Men's Club, Mike Storm

Lowestoft - Fisherman's Wharf, Six Degrees of Separation with guests Big Red Boat; Triangle Tavern, Harpoon Blues Band; Lord Nelson, Sun of Cash; Plough & Sail, Kelly Jenns; Football Club, Side Projekt

Oulton Broad - Lady of the Lake, Telegram Sam

SUNDAY

Geldeston - Locks Inn, Strummer and Friends

Hopton - The Turnstone, Jammin' with the Nightrollers

Kessingland - Working Men's Club, Club Music Night

Southwold - The Red Lion, Mrs Price and the Handbell Ringers (12.30pm), Mark Anthony (3.15pm)

MONDAY

Geldeston - Locks Inn, Old Glory Molly Dancers & Musicians

CHRISTMAS EVE

Flixton - The Buck, Sole Bay Jazz Band

Lowestoft - Triangle Tavern, Jumpstarts

Oulton Broad - Lady of the Lake, New World Service

KARAOKE GUIDE

TONIGHT

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

TOMORROW

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

SUNDAY

Lowestoft - The Eagle Tavern, with Soundzrite; Lake Lothing

TUESDAY

Lowestoft - Edge Bar

CHRISTMAS EVE

Burgh St Peter - The Waveney Inn, Christmas Eve Karaoke starting at 8.30pm

To be included in the Gig Guide email richard.wood@archant.co.uk or call 01502 525834.


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