The Georgian Theatre Stage

Stockton’s oldest and longest serving dedicated music venue, The Georgian Theatre, is currently undergoing a refurbishment in order to provide additional audience capacity, as well as a new cafe and bar space.

The Georgian Theatre is home to Tees Music Alliance, who have been promoting music and providing services to artists and audiences for over 30 years.

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10.00pm Field Music

Kings of superb off-kilter funky pop music, Field Music have so far released six albums, a soundtrack, a B-sides compilation, a covers compilation, and two solo releases to rave reviews, earning them a Mercury prize nomination and a ton of celebrity fans.

8.30pm Plaza

Plaza are riding a crest of a wave into 2018. Last year saw them play Reading and Leeds festivals and supporting the likes of Jaws, Gengahr, Blaenavon and Ten Tonnes. Building on online and radio taste maker coverage, the lads from Hartlepool are stepping it up.

7.15pm Queen Zee

One of 2018’s hype bands, Liverpool Queercore outfit Queen Zee burst forth from Merseyside in 2016. deemed an ‘unavoidably loud force for good’ by Clash Magazine they’re gaining popularity for their dangerous live show, political nature, and DIY approach.

6.15pm Man & The Echo

Man & The Echo play a mix of smart, observational Pop and musical glamour. With a sound that ricochets through Pop’s many decades and landing squarely in the post-Brexit, conflicted, chaotic UK of the here and now.

5.15pm Tom Joshua

Tom’s songs dance around notions of the end of the world, nostalgia, and heartache. With influences from Nick Drake, Damien Rice, and a plethora of teen-angst bands, his sound is rooted primarily in folk, but wanders through cinematic and expansive soundscapes.

4.15pm Mi Mye

Wakefield’s Mi Mye craft one hell of a tune. Their debut album, The Sympathy Sigh, is a case in point. Lilting and heartfelt, it is jammed with insightful and tuneful indie folk songs that most musicians would sell their mums for.

3.15pm Twister

A four-piece pop/alt rock band based in the North East of England known for their eclectic atmosphere, high energy tunes and unforgettable hooks that reel in anyone in earshot.

2.15pm Abel Raise The Cain

Alternative Indie-Rock band from the North East with a penchant for atmospheric, epic soundscapes. Influenced by such bands as Arcade Fire, Sigur Ros, The Editors and Explosions in the Sky.





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