Coming to the town centre 3rd May 2020, it’s one of The Penny Banks, Big Tribute Sunday. With popular P!nk tribute Kyla Porter “Almost Pink”.Continue reading Kyla Porter “Almost Pink” this May
“What do you mean, original music?” I hear you ask…. the easiest answer to that is, not covers of other artists. Original bands may cover popular songs from time to time but prominently they write and perform their own songs and lyrics, supported by fans that follow their band and people willing to open their ears and hearts to the prospect of loving a new local band with original music that they’ve never heard before.
Scunthorpe have had some outstanding bands with original material, it seemed slim pickings for a while with many leaving the scene or calling it a day but it looks like there are a few new formations to liven the original scene back up and things are looking a little more exciting than last year.Continue reading UPCOMING // LOCAL ORIGINAL LIVE MUSIC GIGS
New to Scunthorpe this April. The whole arcade and other games will all be on FREE PLAY so all you need to pay is the admission fee!! Under 5s are free.Continue reading THE ARCADE WAREHOUSE // coming april 2020
Saturday night and it was a visit to the Lord Roberts to sample the music performed by local band
Dog Day Afternoon also known as DDA .
Ashby Mill Road Club on Saturday 30th November.Continue reading STARS IN THEIR EYES // CHARITY NIGHT
VOTE VIA OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE
Voting will close this Friday 1st November.
The vote has been running for a couple of months now. We opened up nominations allowing the public to add venues to the vote that they thought deserved most improved venue 2019.Continue reading Most Improved Venue 2019 Finalists
An exhibition by Bob Riach and Jo Bird at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre.
A Drop in Time is a series of mesmerising photographs detailing the moments surrounding the impact of water droplets with the use of dyes & lighting techniques.
In the images the photographers have captured detail of the micro world around us that moves too fast for our eyes to comprehend, and it’s a joy to behold. To see the minute ballet of physics there in front of you. Otherworldly and alien, the forms captured flip between the grotesque and the beautiful.
If you squint, it could be the chaotic beauty of distant galaxies colliding, or some will see a ballerina caught in violent liquid, others will see a creature rising from the calm murk of a swamp. More often than not you’ll see a smooth mushroom cloud rising from a dark ocean.
The imagination really flows upon viewing. Speaking to the photographers, they revealed the labour of love it cost to produce
the pictures. They worked long into the night, testing different methods in order to perfect the science of the perfect shot. Out of hundreds of photos it took over five sessions. They narrowed it down to fifteen brilliant colourful images.
Bob Riach and Jo Bird’s showcase of bold prints are all available to purchase from the gallery at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre for a limited time only.
The exhibition is open now until the 2nd of November at The 20:21 Visual Art Centre in Church Square, Scunthorpe.Continue reading Review // “A Drop In Time” Exhibition
Jo Bird and Bob Riach’s stunning photographic series A Drop In Time uses high-speed photography to freeze exploding drops of water into stunning colourful large-scale images. The images are unique and by the use of dyes and lighting, transform the tiny subject matter into extraordinary landscapes reminiscent of aliens, mushrooms and sea-creatures.Continue reading Art & Photography // New Exhibition “A Drop In Time”