Gig guide

PUBLISHED: 10:39 19 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:23 06 July 2010

This week's gig and karaoke guide....



Great Yarmouth - White Lion, Storm

Kessingland - Livingstone's, Ricci

Lowestoft - Triangle Tavern, Fenders Benders Boogie Band

Oulton Broad - Flying Dutchman, Maxwell and Murphy

Wangford - Angel Inn, Prism


Beccles - Caxton Club, Prism

Halesworth - New Cut, Flanagan; White Swan, Cuttin Edge

Hemsby - Seadell Club, The Rock Doctors

Hopton - The Turnstone, Triple Threat

Kessingland - Working Men's Club, Lou and the Diamonds

Lowestoft - Lord Nelson, Not Clever; The Plough & Sail, The iBand; Railway Club, Catch 22

Oulton Broad - Lady of the Lake, Rawkas

Southwold - St Edmunds Hall, Greenpeace Winter Fair, Murphy's Lore and others


Beccles - Kings Head, Red Beans and Rice

Geldeston - Locks Inn, Billy and Colin (2.30pm)

Hopton - The Turnstone, Jammin' with the Nightrollers

Kessingland - Working Men's Club, Mal Sergeant

Lowestoft - Triangle Tavern, Jazz with Dave Ingham and friends

Oulton Broad - Broadview, Maxwell and Murphy

Pakefield - Pontins Holiday Centre, Lowestoft Country Music Festival (1-9pm)

Southwold - The Red Lion, Rade (3.15pm)


Bungay - Library, Suffolk Poetry Society presents Front Porch


Lowestoft - Beaconsfield Club, Lowestoft and District Organ and Keyboard Club talent evening


Bungay - Fisher Theatre, The Nathan Carter Band


Flixton - The Buck, Sole Bay Jazz Band

Geldeston - Locks Inn, Murphy's Lore



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


Lowestoft - Edge Bar

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