Rock House – tonight!

  •  PaulR
  •  19/07/2011
  •  News

Bit late getting this one out  – sorry, only received it yesterday. But it’s a great night and you should put it in your diary because it happens every month so please read on and hopefully you can make one some time soon.

Hello!

Just a quick reminder of tomorrow’s Rock House, Tuesday the 19th July 2011, we’re now at number 22!! This will be the last one before we take a break over August, so make sure you make it down to celebrate the summer with us.

Also this week is an extra special gig and club night up in South Norwood, which Richard from the Rock House has been involved with. It features a new band called the Carbonators doing an improvised set with Damo Suzuki (formerly of 70’s kraut-rock legends CAN) and the mighty Fish Police from Heart ‘n Soul. There is more information on the Rock House website – therockhousebrighton.blogspot.com and I’ve attached a flyer to this email.

But until then we have tomorrow – The music starts at 7:30 but if you’d like to come down and help out setting up and hang out you can do so from 6:30, we’re always looking for more people to get involved with the night & especially if you’d like to perform or know someone that might – get in touch!

The night finishes at 9:30.

It’s £2 on the night (carers free/donation) and we have cans of drink for sale for 50p

Rich, Tom, Belinda, Nick, Steve, Katie, Sam, Steve & the rest of the The Rock House crew.
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It is at The Westhill Hall on Compton Avenue, Brighton, BN1 3PS

It will cost – £2

It will start at – 7:30pm
It will finish at – 9:30pm

Know anyone that might be interested in coming along or playing? Forward this email on!

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