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Scarborough Open Air Theatre - Summer Sessions


Sat 7th Aug 2010



Newton Faulkner

The Futureheads

Detroit Social Club

Tiffany Page



Tickets £35 &bf

Gates open 2pm. Event finishes approx 9pm.

Under 16s ok accompanied.

Ticketline on 0844 888 9991


Website: http://www.scarboroughopenairtheatre.com/

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/openairtheatre

Facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=122992084403405&index=1

Twitter: http://twitter.com/ScarboroughOAT

Flicker: http://www.flickr.com/photos/openairtheatrescarborough/



Europe's largest open air theatre re-opens in grand style in the summer of 2010, the historic site situated on the Yorkshire coast in the beautiful town of Scarborough, will once again see the finest national and international line-up of acts performing. Featuring live music, opera, sporting events, family productions, comedy and much, much more. Summer 2010 is going to see history made on the east coast!


Scarborough Open Air Theatre - Summer Sessions


Sat 7th Aug 2010


DOVES headline the first of our summer sessions events @ Scarborough Open Air Theatre. With 2 number one lps, a number 2 and 2 further top 20 records, Doves are one of the finest musical treasures the British Isles has thrown up for years. Ingrained into the UKs consciousness with a string of anthemic singles and album tracks, Doves live are a pleasure to behold. Emotionally resonant skyscraping choruses brush shoulders with tenderly touching moments of musical beauty and the idylic setting of Scarboroughs Open Air Theatre, as the evening creeps into nightfall, is surely going to be one of the must see events of the summer. Bring it on!


Special guest NEWTON FAULKNER comes armed with songs! Great big songs from his #1 Debut record - Handbuilt By Robots and his smash hit follow up - Rebuilt By Humans, Newton is a festival favourite the world over.

From his breakthrough performances at South By South West in 2006 Newton's known for his exquisite guitar playing and stunning live shows - his cover of Massive Attacks Teardrop is quite simply fantastic, but its not all serious you know! - Spongebob Squarepants theme anyone?


Heading up the supporting cast Sunderlands finest export THE FUTUREHEADS bring their lively post punk, new wave influenced performances to us, a hard work ethic has earned them a legion of adoring fans countrywide (and internationally). Having carved out a career for themselves with a string of radio slaying singles, they are in fact, a great British institution in the making. 3 big albums and 7 or so top 40 singles, and continual playlisting at national UK radio means you know their songs - whether you realise it or not! Enjoy!


After opening Glastonbury this year (and thats one prestigous slot we can tell you!), another North East export arrives on our stage with a spring in their step and a swagger so bold even the Gallaghers were picking up tips when they had them out on tour! DETROIT SOCIAL CLUB mark their return to the East Coast (last seen over this way with Oasis @ Brid Spa) by joining this momentous line up. Planet sized choruses and riffs to knock buildings over, think Kasabian, think The Verve, think cock sure stadium sized tunes and attitude! DSC are not shy retiring wallflowers we can tell you!


Fast rising TIFFANY PAGE steps up next, and her brand of radio friendly route 66 rock n roll is quickly winning over tastemakers the world over. Just listen to her tunes and you'll understand why. Lazy comparisons have her earmarked as a Chrissie Hynde pretender, but in her distinctive voice and her ballsy firebrand attitude, her own identity is breaking through big time. Hey, maybe you know all this already after her recent single of the week (walk away slow) on Radio 1. Radio 2 love her too - boundary crossing success is surely on the cards! One to watch!


Opening the show, hot new Vertigo records signees KASSIDY are four hairy Scots who look like Lynyrd Skynyrd, but sound like the Beach Boys after a night on the whiskey , kicking up sawdust down in Alabama! A seriously good live act, Kassidy sieve the aforementioned good vibrations through an ‘Exile On Main Street’ colander. The beat box stomps hard, as a gang of Glaswegian gunslingers at campfire give it the full-on widescreen harmony treatment and boogie on down, country-style. Outlaws and renegades never sounded so good… lose yourself in musicianship without feedback, rhythm without synths and melody without samples. ‘We take that acoustic West Coast thing and shake it up in a pot with more modern influences and see what we can get,’ they say, ‘And when it all gets going its like a wall of harmony, its mystical’.  Think Florida via Sauchiehall Street with indie verve!. Oh yeah!


Gigs & Tours / Bingley Music Live 2010
« on: July 27, 2010, 06:02:45 pm »
Bingley Music Live 2010
Fri 3 September - The Buzzcocks, The Blackout, Dreadzone, Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip

Sat 4 September - James, Ash, Reef, Example, Frightened Rabbit, Gaggle, Sound of Guns, The Mexanines, Jasmine Kennedy

Sun 5 September - The Enemy, Seasick Steve, The Levellers, Hadouken, Professor Green, Craig Charles Fantasy Funk Band, Kassidy, The Dawnriders, Black Diamond Bay

Weekend Tickets £30 + BF
24 hr phone orders: 0871 2300010

Tickets also available from Independent outlets from July 1st:

Jumbo Records, Leeds. Crash Records, Leeds.
Attic Records, York. The Duchess, York.
Local outlets from July 1st:

Bingley Council Shop, Keighley Town Hall, Bradford Tourist Information.

Booking fees may vary subject to the levy applied by the booking agent.

Weekend tickets refer to events on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th September.

Tickets are not required for admission to the free concert on Friday 3rd September.


Jokes & Comedy / Reasons NOT to take a man supermarket shopping.....
« on: September 01, 2009, 11:35:21 am »
Proof of what can happen if a wife or girlfriend drags her husband or boyfriend along shopping.

This letter was actually sent by Tesco's Head Office to a customer in Oxford :

Dear Mrs. Murray,

Whilst we would like to thank you for your valued custom and use of the Tesco Loyalty Card, the Manager of our store in Banbury is
considering banning you and your family from shopping with us, unless your husband stops his antics..

Below is a list of his actions over the past few months all verified by our surveillance cameras:

1. June 15: Took 24 boxes of condoms and randomly put them in people's trolleys when they weren't looking.

2. July 2: Set all the alarm clocks in Housewares to go off a 5 minute intervals.

3. July 7: Made a trail of tomato juice on the floor leading to feminine products aisle.

4. July 19: Walked up to an employee and told her in an official tone, 'Code 3' in housewares..... and watched what happened.

5. August 14: Moved a 'CAUTION - WET FLOOR' sign to a carpeted area.

6. September 15: Set up a tent in the outdoor clothing department and told shoppers he'd invite them in if they would bring sausages and a Calor gas stove.

7 September 23: When the Deputy Manager asked if she could help him, he began to cry and asked, 'Why can't you people just leave me alone?'

8 October 4: Looked right into the security camera; used it as a mirror, picked his nose, and ate it.

9. October 10: While appearing to be choosing kitchen knives in the Housewares aisle asked an assistant if he knew where the
antidepressants were.

10. November 3: Darted around the store suspiciously, loudly humming the Mission Impossible' theme.

11.November 6: In the kitchenware aisle, practised the 'Madonna look' using different size funnels.

12. November 18: Hid in a clothing rack and when people browsed, yelled 'PICK ME!' 'PICK ME!'

13. November 21: When an announcement came over the loud speaker, assumed the foetal position and screamed 'NO! NO! It's those voices again.'

And; last, but not least:

14. November 23: Went into a fitting room, shut the door, waited a while; then yelled, very loudly, 'There is no toilet paper in here.'

Jokes & Comedy / Loving Hubby.....
« on: August 26, 2009, 12:30:44 am »
> A man had two of the best tickets for the FA Cup Final. As he sits down,
> another man comes along and asks if anyone is sitting in the seat next to
> him.
> "No", he says, "the seat is empty."
> "This is incredible!" said the man, "who in their right mind would have a
> seat like this for the FA Cup Final, the biggest sporting event of the
> year, and not use it?"
> He says, "Well, actually, the seat belongs to me. My wife was supposed to
> come with me, but she passed away. This is the first Cup Final we haven't
> been to together since we got married."
> "Oh... I'm sorry to hear that.
> That's terrible. I guess you couldn't find someone else, a friend or
> relative or even a neighbour to take the seat?"
> The man shakes his head.... "No. They're all at the funeral."

General / RIP Les Paul
« on: August 13, 2009, 04:45:12 pm »

The Middlesbrough Empire / CACTUS REVIVAL PLAYLIST > 07.08.09
« on: August 08, 2009, 02:49:50 pm »



Fluke – absurd
Avalanches – since i left you
Dust junkys – non stop operation
Manbreak – ready or not
Space monkeys – acid house killed rock n roll
Mansun – skin up pin up
18 wheeler – stay
Pop will eat itself – def con one
Dandy warhols – everyday should be a holiday
Manics – drug drug druggy
Placebo – nancy boy
Gay dad – from earth with love
Tiger – race
Echobelly – great things
Travis – u16 girls
Ride – leave them all behind
Curve – ten little girls
Cure – just like heaven
Kula shaker – sound of drums
Happy Mondays – hallelujah club mix
Flowered up – weekender
Gomez – whippin picadilly
Seahorses – blinded by the sun
Manics – slash and burn
Ash – girl from mars
Cardigans – my favourite game
Stone roses – she bangs the drum
Cast – finetime
Blur – country house
Primal scream – loaded
Dreadzone – little Britain
Prodigy – smack my bitch up

Jam – going underground
Frankie – relax
Reef – place your hands
Kinks – you really got me
Elastic – connection
Lenny kravitz – are you gonna go my way
Cure – inbetween days
Buzzcocks – ever fallen in love
Specials – too much too young
Madness – one step beyond

Cypress hill – insane in the brain
Bomfunk mcs – freestyler
Utah saints – something good
Stone roses – resurrection
Inspiral carpets – Saturn 5
Kula shaker – hush

Jimi Hendrix – crosstown
Jam – town called malice
Oasis – supersonic
Martha and muffins – echo beach
James – laid
Siouxsie and banshees – hong kong garden
Smiths – what difference
Ocean colour scene – day we caught the train
Blur – theres no other way
Beatles – paperback writer
Happy Mondays – kinky afro
Soup dragons – i’m free
Las – there she goes
Pulp – babies

Bluetones – bluetonic
Radiohead – creep
Smashmouth – walking on the sun
Guns and roses – sweet child
Feeder – just a day
Sterophonics – local boy in the photograph

Undertones – teenage kicks
Stone roses – she bangs OOPS!
Charlatans – only one i know
Cure – boys don’t cry

Daft Punk – da funk
Josh wink – higher states of consciousness
Candi staton – you got the love
Blondie – call me

Dee lite – groove is in the heart

De La Soul – 3 is a magic number
Manics – little baby nothing...




Friday 4th September - FREE admission.

The Undertones http://www.myspace.com/theundertonesmyspace
Toploader http://www.myspace.com/toploaderuk
New2 http://www.fakebands.co.uk/bands.html?band_id=252
Pama International http://www.myspace.com/pamainternational

Saturday 5th September

DOVES http://www.myspace.com/dovesmyspace
The Zutons http://www.myspace.com/thezutons
Ocean Colour Scene http://www.myspace.com/ocsmusic
The Sunshine Underground http://www.myspace.com/thesunshineunderground
The Dykeenies http://www.myspace.com/gofindthedykeenies
Detroit Social Club http://www.myspace.com/detroitsocialclub
The Moons http://www.myspace.com/moonsuk
Little Black Hearts http://www.myspace.com/thelittleblackhearts
Disco Machine Gun http://www.myspace.com/discomachinegun07

Sunday 6th September

EDITORS http://www.myspace.com/editorsmusic
Calvin Harris http://www.myspace.com/calvinharristv
Reverend and the Makers http://www.myspace.com/reverendmusic
The Futureheads http://www.myspace.com/thefutureheads
Howling Bells http://www.myspace.com/howlingbells
VV Brown http://www.myspace.com/vvbrown
White Belt Yellow Tag http://www.myspace.com/whitebeltyellowtag
Vandal Supreme http://www.myspace.com/vandalsupremeuk
Spike Island http://www.myspace.com/spikeisland08


Weekend Tickets are selling fast get yours at https://www.seetickets.com/bingleymusiclive

Keep up to date by logging on to the Bingley Music Live website - www.bingleymusiclive.com


£25 (!) weekend ticket!







The Middlesbrough Empire / CACTUS REVIVAL PLAYLIST 03.07.09
« on: July 04, 2009, 03:40:07 pm »


Primal scream – come together
18 wheeler – stay
My bloody valentine – soon Andrew weatherall remix
Leftfield – release the pressure
Happy Mondays hallelujah rmx
Blondie – one way or another
Charlatans – one to another
Placebo – every you every me
Manic street preachers – from despair to where
Pixies – here comes your man
Blur – theres no other way
Dandy warhols – not if you were the last junkie on earth
David bowie – rebel rebel
Elastic – connection
Echobelly – great things
Sonic youth – kool thing
Belle and Sebastian – boy with the arab starp

Smiths – what difference
Jam – going underground
Cure – inbetween days
Undertones – teenage kicks
Clash – rock the casbah
Iggy pop – lust for life
Martha and the muffins – echo beach check this out!! > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDfLBY6PJrQ

Black grape – reverend black grape
Kula shaker – hush
Wildchild – renegade master
Bomfunk mcs – freestyler
Stone roses – this is the one
Stereophonics – 100 trees

Cult – she sells sanctuary
James brown – get on up
Run dmc – its tricky
Reef – place your hands
Specials – too much too young
Jam - ?

Seahorses – love is the law
Wannadies – you and me song
Wonderstuff – size of a cow
Boo radleys – wake up boo
Daft punk – da funk

Gary numan – cars
Human league – don’t you want me baby?
New order – blue Monday
Pulp – common people

Cardigans – lovefool
Feeder – just a day
Prodigy – out of space
Faithless – insomnia

Michael Jackson – billie jean
Happt Mondays – step on

Counting crows – mr jones
Dodgy – staying out for the summer

Cure – boys don’t cry
Joy division – love will tear us apart

Shed 7 – going for gold
Verve – bittersweet symphony
Manic street preachers – motorcycle emptiness

The end.

That was great fun > see you all again Fri Aug 7th!!


The Duchess / Popaganda set list 27.09.08
« on: September 28, 2008, 12:02:27 pm »
Popaganda set list 27.09.08


As always we didnt write everything down but its mostly there!


Pnau feat Ladyhawke – embrace rmx

Fluke – atom bomb

Crystal method – keep hope alive

Pnau – baby rmx

Tatu – how son is now

Tom tom club – genius of love

Uncle cracker – follow me

Vanessa paradis – be my baby

Talk talk – lifes what you make it

Sheryl crow – behind blue eyes

Us3 – cantaloop

Stiltskin – inside

Roxette – the look

Shannon – let the music play

Sister sledge – lost in music

Dub pistols – cyclone

Lionrock – rude boy rock

Flying lizards – money

Cure – lovecats

Clash – train in vain

Beats international – dub be good to me

Flobots – handlebars

Candi staton – you got the love

Dιpκche mode – just cant get enough

Alphabeat – 10,000 nights of thunder

Kid rock – all summer long

Anastacia – left outside alone

Kanye – gold digga

Chic - good times

Steve Harley – come up and see me (make me smile)

Beatles – help

Stevie wonder – sir duke

James brown – I feel good

Destinys child – bootylicious

Kc and the sunshine band – thats the way i like it

Justin timberlake – like i love you

Snow patrol – crazy in love

Spice girls – say you’ll be there

Sugababes – round round

Hoosiers – worried about ray

Phil Collins – sussudio

Police – cant stand losing

Kinks – you really got me

Michael Jackson – bad

Aha – take on me

Alphabeat – fascination

Coldplay – clocks – salsa version

De la soul – ring ring ring

Cindy lauper – girls just wanna have fun

Blondie – denis denis

Bowling for soup – girl all the bad guys want

Linkin park jazy z – numb / encore

Inxs – suicide blonde

Shania twian – that don’t impress me much

Girls aloud – sounds of the underground

Ricky martin – livin la vida loca

Bon jovi – livin on a prayer

C & C music factory everybody dance now

Eurythmics – sweet dreams

Toploader – dancing in the moonlight

Gwen Stefani – what you waiting for

Little Richard – good golly miss molly

Johnny cash – ring of fire

Oasis – wonderwll

Elo – mr bluesky

Belinda Carlisle – heaven is a place on  earth

Wonderstuff – dizzy

Fall out boy – beat it

Kenny loggins – footloose

Otis redding – hard to handle

Dr hook – rolling stone


Amazing night.

Thank you all for coming!


Gigs & Tours / SHED SEVEN @ Teesside Uni Wed 8th Oct 08, open to all 14+
« on: September 22, 2008, 07:17:46 pm »
 ;D ;D


7PM / 14+ / £17.50 ADV

We're pleased as punch to be able to bring you, the fine residents of the People's Republic of Teesside, an exclusive one off show from Brit Pop LEGENDS Shed Seven. Their only Northern date until 2009, they'll be unleashing hit after hit after hit from their breath taking back catalogue of, erm, hits! Dolphin, Speakeasy, Getting Better, Going For Gold, On Standby, Chasing Rainbows, She Left Me On Friday, Disco Down...
the list goes on and on and it's getting better all the time.

Fifteen top 40 singles, four top 40 albums - including three in the top ten. Legends is an often over used word, but when it comes to Rick Witter and co, it's justified. There may be a trend at the moment for bands to reform, but anybody who saw Shed Seven's simply stunning set at this year's V Festival will know that York's finest exports are doing it for all of the right reasons. NB: we can't be held responsible for any voices lost from excessive singing along at this concert.

tickets: 01642 729-729

The Duchess / POPAGANDA - set list 13.09.08
« on: September 14, 2008, 11:40:05 am »
Popaganda Playlist   13.09.08

Answer – sweet emotion
Dead 60s – riot radio
Automatic – steve mcqueen
Biffy clyro – mountains
Rasmus – in the shadows
Glitterati – here comes the close up
Santana – smooth
Joss stone – fell in love with a boy
Thunder – dirty love
Ataris – boys of summer
Glenn frey – heat is on
Velvet revolver – slither
Kid rock – all summer long
Ramones – wanna be sedated
Clash – train in vain
Coldplay – salsa version
Eddie Cochran – c’mon everbody
Bowie – s/city
Inxs – born to be wild
Bruce springsteen – born in the usa
Rolling stones – get off my cloud
Little Richard – good golly miss molly
Talking heads – psycho killer
Dawn penn – you don’t know me
Cage the elephant -  no rest for the wicked reggae version
Aerosmith – rag doll
Scooch – maybe tomorrow (littlest hobo theme)
Avril lavigne – sk8r boi
Day to remember – since youve been gone
Spice girls – wannabe
Chic – good times
Madonna – into the groove
Pulp disco 2000
Gloria branigan – Gloria
Mark ronson – stop me
Guns and roses – welcome to the jungle
Ac/dc - ?
Clash – rock the casbah
Dre vs clash -
Snoop dogg – drop it like its hot
Razorlight vs elvis –
Coral – dreaming of you
Small faces – lazy Sunday
Kim wilde – kids in America
Blondie – call me
Daft punk – one more time
Livin joy – dreamer
Aretha franklin – respect
Queen – fat bottomed girls
Bon Jovi – bad medicine
Tommy james and the shondelles – mony mony
Prince – when doves cry
Michael Jackson – bad
Alanis morrisette – you oughta know
Fall out boy – beat it
Cupids chokehold
Futureheads – hounds of love
? – Blue Moon
ZZ Top
Little Richard – Johnny B Goode
Danny & The Juniors – At The Hop
Goldfrapp – strict machine
Girls aloud – call the shots
Sugababes – round round
George Michael – faith
Sugarhill Gang – rappers delight

All goes a bit hazy here, but some of the rest of the set went like this.....

Stone roses – fools gold
Ernie K Doe – here come the girls
Diana ross – upside down
Gwen Stefani – what you waiting for?
Katy perry – i kissed a girl
Alphabeat – fascination
Aha – take on me
Bryan adams / mel c – baby when you’re gone
Cardigans – love fool

Up The Racket is Yorks longest running Indie Electro Rock n Roll anything goes alternative disko!


The Complete Stone Roses
& support
@ The Duchess
Fri 5th Dec 2008

£12adv from the venue
Ticketweb call 08700 600 100

You want the Stone Roses? You're 10 years too late, mate! But if you want to re-live the groove, the experience, the vibe that was and still is - take in The Complete Stone Roses, an amazingly authentic show and recommended by Mani who said, "They're a great little band, the first time I saw them it was quite weird, but they're doing the songs justice. They're good players first and foremost - they're not fakers.... Tonight they sounded better than we did before we split." Close your eyes and you're nearly there.

Up The Racket is Yorks longest running Indie Electro Rock n Roll anything goes alternative disko!


Up The Racket is Yorks longest running Indie Electro Rock n Roll anything goes alternative disko!


The Lancashire Hotpots
& support
(incl Popaganda till 3am after the show)


Sat 29th Nov 2008
£7 adv from the venue
Ticketweb call 08700 600 100


Bring 'yer flat cap! Drawing on a deep reserve of matter-of-fact Lancashire humour from George Formby to Les Dawson to Peter Kay, and bringing it bang up to date with hilarious piss-takes on floppy fringes and My Chemical Romance (He's Turned Emo); or not wanting "Lobster Thermidor wi' a raspberry coulis" (Chippy Tea), please welcome Bernard Thresher, Dickie Ticker, Bob Wriggles and Willie Eckerslike. Not unlike Fred Dibnah singing with The Wurzels! Tha' can keep thy white wine spritzer, and Babycham is for 'yer sister, this is 21st century folk for 21st century folk. Or tha' can folk off.

Up The Racket is Yorks longest running Indie Electro Rock n Roll anything goes alternative disko!


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