From: The Lighthouse [] on behalf of The Lighthouse [info_at_thelighthousedeal_dot_co_dot_uk]

Sent: 02 November 2016 16:09

Subject: Lighthouse News


From Thursday 3rd November onwards ...

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Sausage & Ale Night // The Dirty Little Acoustic Band // Rough Chowder // 'Sunday Service' feat. The Gary Barnacle Small Band

Welcome to this week's edition of The Lighthouse Newsletter! Creeping over the horizon now is a special ticketed event we hope you can attend. A wondrous and intriguing night of music ...

Tickets ?7 in advance - available behind the bar, via Smugglers Records shop and online HERE.
(Tickets ?9 on the door - subject to availability)

The Magic Lantern and Alabaster dePlume are currently on a UK tour together, performing shows that re-imagine the term ?folk' with sincerity and great creativity.

    The Magic Lantern is a rising star of London's diverse music scene, who never settles without a challenge, and lives to spread love, calm and sincerity. He has an immediately arresting voice that has been compared to Chet Baker and Jeff Buckley and a unique guitar style that takes elements of folk fingerpicking, Flamenco and West African music. The Guardian newspaper described him as "Intriguing, compelling and exceptional. A man to watch."

    Alabaster dePlume, is a performer, writer and musician. He specializes in original jazz/folk with elements of theatrical performance. With a tenor saxophone influenced by 70s-era Ethiopian music and humour akin to Ivor Cutler, Alabaster has toured internationally and locally, presenting instrumentals, songs and theatrical scripts that evolve, adapt and interact with the musicians, the audience and the occasion.


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Now onto more details of this week's events ...

Sausage & Ale Night
Open from 5pm // Sausage & Ale Night from 8pm


Free tasters of delicious homemade sausages will be on the menu, as well as pints of ale for the reduced price of ?3. Delicious hand made sausages from the Black Pig are made from local rare breed and free range pork and natural seasonings and fresh herbs.

The taster evening will consist of some Christmas specials such as pork, leek and chestnut venison, roasted red onions, thyme, red wine and juniper pork and apple Cumberland and some hot lamb mergez made with local salt marsh lamb and north African spices.


Rough Chowder
Open from 5pm // Live music from 8:30pm


The band hail from Sussex and present a lively repertoire of traditional and revamped Cajun, Zydeco and Swamp Blues from the Bayou's of Louisiana. Rough Chowder have brought their unique sound across the Atlantic to the UK combining the traditional songs with some of the more obscure Cajun and Creole tracks, together with elements of rockabilly and Western swing.

Singing in a both Cajun French and English, the group maintain a smooth tempo for traditional two steps and waltzes and foot stomping high energy Zydeco to get your groove on!

The Dirty Little Acoustic Band
Open from 5pm // Live music from 8:30pm


Fronted by The Coal Porter's Neil Bob Herd, the band performs an exciting mix of Americana originals and standards. Blabber ?n Smoke online described Neil's songwriting as "muscular and earthy."


'Sunday Service' feat. The Gary Barnacle Small Band
Open from 12pm // Serving food 12-3:30pm // Live music from 4pm


Join us for the weekly ?Sunday Service' at The Lighthouse. The doors will open to serve Tyrone's famous Reggae Roast at 12pm, with live music to commence from 4pm.
Always interesting line-ups and always free entry!

This week's service brings you ?

The Gary Barnacle Small Band

The band plays an eclectic mix of swing, blues and funk, all heavily laced with superb instrumental solos over a solid rhythm unit. Gary Barnacle has played with many of the world's greats, from Tina Turner, Sting, Paul McCartney right through to Alan Partridge! He is supported on keyboards by the amazing talent of Mike Bishop, who's creates subtle moods with his chord interpretations, combined with imaginative solo playing. Steve King is the superlative bass player in the band, providing not only the harmonic bottom end to the combo but also contributing highly technical and musical solos. Brian Short completes the line up on drums, driving the whole group along and throwing in some nice solo touches when required.

We are pleased to announce the return of the Reggae Roast! Delicious tastes of the Caribbean mixed with the traditional English roast dinner, at an incredible price of ?7.50! Chef Tyrone will be serving you from 12pm. Relax and eat while enjoying some music at a volume that is proven to aid digestion and stimulate taste buds.

This is to be a regular fixture as part of our weekly ?Sunday Service'. Leave the cooking to Tyrone and join us here! 

Due to popular demand, booking a table is very much recommended.

tel: 01304 366031
email: info_at_thelighthousedeal_dot_co_dot_uk



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