That annoying friend who sees all the big bands before they get big

You know that friend who can boast that they saw an act before they became famous, in a small venue where they were up close and got to have a chat afterwards?

Thing is, you only get to be that person if you take a chance on somebody you’ve never heard of before.

Here’s what one of my friends had to say about Teenage Sequence, who will be here on our stage on Friday evening:

“……..anyone reading this should definitely go 😃 they are amazing and they’ve been featured on radio one’s introducing show, so they are about to get big and now’s your time to see them at an intimate venue! Their songs are catchy, and funny, and have a proper meaning too. Dewan himself is a sweetheart so everyone should come down and support them”

Of course we are going to say any act we book is brill – we wouldn’t book them otherwise – but this is from somebody who has seen them and has no vested interest other than letting you know this is an act not to be missed.

You can join us online if you can’t make it in person – it’s going to be a brilliant night!


We have low waged tickets if you are stuck for cash this week – just come 🙂 when was the last time you regretted going to a gig instead of staying home? 

Teenage Sequence is joined by local acts Tiniuc and Silver Tower.

About janifranck

Artist, activist, founding director of The Art House in Southampton.
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