On Saturday night, we went to Cafe INDIE for the first “An Evening Of Punk Rock”. Last year there were a few of these gigs and they’ve really taken off. For those of you who thought Punk Rock was dead you’d be wrong, because the turn out was surprising and the atmosphere was hyped.Continue reading GIG REVIEW // An Evening Of Punk Rock – feat. Shuriken
THE CHEF OF THE VENUE HAS NOW CHANGED SO THIS REVIEW IS NO LONGER CURRENT AS OF FEB 2020.
Saturday Morning we were in the town centre and got a craving for a full English breakfast. I’d previously seen on Facebook an inviting image of a full English breakfast at The Lord Bobs and we kept meaning to try the food there so it was a good opportunity.Continue reading Food Review // Breakfast At The Bobs (Lord Roberts)
Friday night saw me taking up a seat at Redbourn Club for their local bands showcase evening, like previous showcase evenings it was again a complete sell out.Continue reading Gig Review // The Common Faults
Since the re opening of Ashby Lodge pub on Monday 5th March there has been some good reviews online. Continue reading Food Review // Ashby Lodge Pub & Carvery ★★★★
The Lincoln Imp in association with Crown Promotions and Management present another brilliant night of entertainment featuring headline act Michale Graves (ex singer with the Misfits) with support from Blueprints from Leeds and Local bands 76 Calling and Matt Hercock & The Invisible Band.
On Friday night I made my way to Redbourn Sports & Social Club to see The Claxbys plus The Smiths United a tribute band.
Saturday night, I made my way to arguably one of the top independent music Venues in Scunthorpe providing live music, The Lincoln Imp in Scunthorpe .
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