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Sent: 19 June 2018 15:35

Subject: The Lighthouse Weekly Newsletter

 

From Wednesday 20th June onwards ...

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CHEF MIKE PRESENTS STEAK NIGHT // ELECTRIC JALABA // OL' SAVANNAH // SUPER CUMBIA // 'Sunday Service' feat. FATE THE JUGGLER

Howdy Lighthouse crew. I'm here to reveal details of all this week's events at Deal's own music and arts pub. Do come in for a browse.

Now a reminder that this week we are frothing at the mouth to bring you a performance from ...

ELECTRIC JALABA!

The Gnawa-groove monsters will be gracing our stage this Thursday night. Grab your tickets via the link HERE.

Scroll down the page for more info and all this week's listings.


Also, another reminder about our smashing website. Do have a look around via the banner below ...



 

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Help The Lighthouse to continue to present a whole range of music and events. Monty will be sat on the bar awaiting any gracious donations.

"Thank you!" - The Lighthouse Team

 


>>  UPCOMING TICKETED EVENTS  <<

 


 

ELECTRIC JALABA

Thursday 21st June

Tickets ?12 in advance - available behind the bar and online.



Traditional African-Moroccan Gnawa music transplanted to London and electrified with turbo boosters of Space-Funk-Rock-Synth-Dub-Dance!


MORE INFO HERE

 


 

MICHELE STODART
(THE MAGIC NUMBERS)
+ THE GOAT ROPER RODEO BAND


Thursday 19th July

Tickets ?10 in advance - available behind the bar and online.



Amazing double bill featuring the solo project of Michele from The Magic Numbers plus exciting country sounds from The Goat Roper Rodeo Band!


MORE INFO HERE

 



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

WEDNESDAY 20th JUNE
CHEF MIKE CLAYSON PRESENTS STEAK NIGHT
From 6pm

 

Chef Mike Clayson and the team are back to present Steak Night!

Kentish fillet steak with a choice of dauphinoise or miniature roasted potatoes with fresh rosemary and tyme, buttered baby carrots and fine green beans.

Creme Brulle
or
Bannoffee pie

?20pp

Tables from 6pm-9:30pm - booking essential.
Text bookings to: 07528 027684.

There are very few places left so book now!

 

THURSDAY 21st JUNE
ELECTRIC JALABA
Doors: 7pm // Live music from 8:30pm
Tickets ?12 in advance available HERE
(Tickets ?14 on the door - subject to availability)

 

On Thursday night there will be a special ticketed performance from one of London's hottest properties, Electric Jalaba.

Eclectic groove adventurers Soundspecies and Moroccan Gnawa master musician Simo Lagnawi have teamed up to create some deep psychedelic space-age Gnawa sounds!

The traditional sound of the camel skin guembri bass and Lagnawi's impressive vocals are backed up by some unexpectedly appropriate, unearthly grooves. Expect inexhaustible energy, moments of soulful calm and pinnacles of ecstatic mayhem!

 

WATCH A RECENT LIVE SESSION HERE

 

 

FRIDAY 22nd JUNE
OL' SAVANNAH (CANADA)
Pub open from 5pm // Live music from 8:30pm
FREE ENTRY

 

Ol' Savannah are a Montreal-based folk/roots band founded by Speedy Johnson and Bartleby J. Budde. The two began writing songs together in 2009, influenced by blues artists, such as Mississippi Fred McDowell and John Hurt.

The group's style has been compared to a mix of Tom Waits, Roscoe Holcomb, Muddy Waters, and The Pogues.


WATCH A MUSIC VIDEO HERE

SATURDAY 23rd JUNE
SUPER CUMBIA (ARGENTINA)
Pub open from 5pm // Live music from 8:30pm
FREE ENTRY

 

ARGENTINIAN PARTY BAND!
 

Super Cumbia perform Latin music at it's very best, incorporating influences from such international acts as Buena Vista Social Club and Manu Chao.

Dressed like super heroes at a carnival, they have travelled to our shores to present their show of high energy, infectious rhythms and melodies.


WATCH A RECENT MUSIC VIDEO HERE

 

SUNDAY 24th JUNE
'Sunday Service' feat. FATE THE JUGGLER
Open from 12pm // Live music from 5pm
FREE ENTRY

 

They are a powerful original indie-folk-rock band. Described by one record reviewer as ?folk' because they use acoustic guitars and ?rock' because they use electric guitars, Fate the juggler are happy to occupy the space between and to stretch those boundaries to follow their muse.

 

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