Jul 11 2014Jul 11 2014
Film @ The Horsebridge Presents:
By Audience Request 2: This Time it’s Personal!
After the success of the first ‘By Audience Request’ we just had to bring you the sequel! From the ever increasing list of your personal favourite films we bring you two more modern gems ‘Inside Llewyn Davis on Friday 11 July and The Grand Budapest Hotel on Thursday 31 July. Thank you and please continue to tell us what you would like to see from Film @ The Horsebridge.
Film @ The Horsebridge are committed to supporting independent filmmakers. With this in mind we will endeavour to show independent short films before main features whenever possible.
Film @ The Horsebridge: Inside Llewyn Davis
Tickets £5 | Cert: 15 | Year: 2014
Friday 11 July 7.30pm (doors/bar 6.30pm)
Running Time: 1 hour and 45 minutes
Director: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen
A week in the life of a young folk singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961, guitar in tow, huddled against the unforgiving New York winter; he is struggling to make it as a musician against seemingly insurmountable obstacles-some of them of his own making. Cast includes: Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake, John Goodman, Garrett Hedlund, Ethan Phillips, Robin Bartlett, Jeanine Serralles, Adam Driver, Stark Sands
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Jul 19 2014Jul 19 2014
Rock 'n' Rat Pack Live
Saturday 19 July 7.30pm (doors/bar 7pm)
Tickets £10 in advance / £12 on the door
An evening of rock 'n' roll favourites and classics from the kings of swing. We are delighted to welcome back Kent powerhouse band The Rockin’ Decades (formerly The Wrinklies) and popular local entertainer Martin Farbrother.
The Rockin’ Decades join forces with Martin Farbrother to bring you an evening of rock ‘n’ roll favourites and big band swing classics to get you singing along and tapping your feet.
The Rockin’ Decades will blast through time with tracks from Johnny Kidd and the Pirates, Cliff Richard, The Beatles, Rolling Stones and Status Quo. Bay crooner Martin Farbrother will relive hits from the Las Vegas years of Sinatra and Co.
Expect a non-stop evening of fun, music and surprises.
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Jul 25 2014Jul 25 2014
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Matt Woosey - Contemporary Blues, Folk & Rock Singer & Songwriter
Friday 25 July 8pm (doors/bar 7pm)
Matt Woosey’s refreshing musical song writing and playing style combines acoustic blues, folk and rock conveyed with an accomplished vocal delivery which has been defined as The WooseyBlues. His ability to combine originality with a broad musical knowledge has gained him praise from sources as varied as Paul Jones (BBC2), Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music) and bluesNews.de who quote Matt as being “The Best British bluesman since Rory Gallagher”.
Matt’s song writing focuses strongly on combining the meaning and message of the lyrics with the composition and atmosphere of the music. His catalogue covers a wide spectrum delivering a powerful blend of tracks spanning 7 albums such as beautifully melodic songs like Noah, moving to the folk styled Elsie May and through to the raunchy rock of Black Smoke Rising. His on-stage presence has to be seen, with such a strong singing voice that he barely needs any amplification making every gig a unique and entertaining experience.
“Is Matt Woosey the finest acoustic blues guitar player currently working in UK?”, Tom Robinson - BBC 6 Music
“Matt Woosey’s guitar playing is simply brilliant”, AmericanaUK
“Woosey doesn't simply play acoustic guitar, he explores it”, Northern Sky
“Matt Woosey is all about performance… go see and hear him play”, SlapMag
“Completely convincing and a master at what he does - Matt is the real deal.” Tom Robinson - BBC 6 Music
Supoort from the Lightworkers
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Jul 26 2014Jul 26 2014
Saturday 26 July 7.30pm (doors/bar 7pm)
Tickets £10 / £8 concessions
Eric has a story to tell, the mysterious life of a submariner. Serving in the Royal Navy for 17 years before turning stand-up comic, in this award-winning show Eric truly mesmerise his audience with incredible images and tales of danger and adventure beneath the waves, taking them to the edge of tears before bringing them back with rapturous laughter.
Winner: Edinburgh Fringe Three Weeks Editor’s Award
“Thrilling – A one in a million show” 5 Stars – Three Weeks
“Deftly emotional – a quietly wonderful show” 4 Stars – The Times