GIG REVIEW // An Evening Of Punk Rock – feat. Shuriken

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. For … Continue reading GIG REVIEW // An Evening Of Punk Rock – feat. Shuriken

Gig Review // The Common Faults

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. The two bands tonight were the well- known, Scrapyard Dogs and The Common Faults. It was The Common Faults I was there reviewing . Common Faults are … Continue reading Gig Review // The Common Faults

Food Review // Ashby Lodge Pub & Carvery ★★★★

Since the re opening of Ashby Lodge pub on Monday 5th March there has been some good reviews online. The pub was part of the Fayre and Square chain with it's food and menu matching that of other similar pubs around Scunthorpe, I.e The Old Farmhouse. Both not great past reviews in the past and … Continue reading Food Review // Ashby Lodge Pub & Carvery ★★★★

Gig Review // Michale Graves + Support

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. Starting the evening was Matt Hercock a dark comedy artist based … Continue reading Gig Review // Michale Graves + Support

Gig Review // Smith Utd & Connor Dunk – Redbourn Club

On Friday night I made my way to Redbourn Sports & Social Club to see The Claxbys plus The Smiths United a tribute band. On arriving I was informed that the Claxbys would not be appearing on the show, but Connor Dunk the lead singer of the Claxbys would be starting the evening with a … Continue reading Gig Review // Smith Utd & Connor Dunk – Redbourn Club

Gig Review // The Ming City Rockers, Audrey & The Sub Gents

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 . There were three bands on the line up, for any person who wanted to pass the night away with good company, good drink and live music. Audrey opened the … Continue reading Gig Review // The Ming City Rockers, Audrey & The Sub Gents

Our Latest Reviews // Scunthorpe Nights

OUR LATEST REVIEWS   Independent Venue week- Ming City Rockers, Audrey and The Sub Gents Lincoln Imp Written By New Reviewer- William Hazon, Photos by Steven Potter Independent Venue week- Rap, Hip Hop & Metal Night One Chapter Down, Marx & Ceiling Demons Lincoln Imp Written By New Reviewer- Dave C  Joel Dommett Live Tour The Baths … Continue reading Our Latest Reviews // Scunthorpe Nights

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Gig Review // Dirty Sterling & Friends @ Lincoln Imp

Mark Donaldson the former lead singer of local favourites Dirty Sterling decided to set up a gig to celebrate the anniversary of Dirty Sterling’s first gig. About 5 years ago, Dirty Sterling performed their first ever gig, which led to them quickly gaining a cult following locally and far and wide, which became known as … Continue reading Gig Review // Dirty Sterling & Friends @ Lincoln Imp

Show Review // Someone Like You: The Adele Songbook

Katie Markham brought her touring show, Someone Like You – The Adele Songbook to her hometown of Scunthorpe at The Baths Hall. It was a full house for Katie’s hometown show and we had a pretty good view of the stage from a distance on the back balcony. Katie’s first number was the standout hit … Continue reading Show Review // Someone Like You: The Adele Songbook