SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2024
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The Bluetones

The Bluetones first came to prominence in 1995, when their debut release ‘Are You Blue Or Are You Blind’ broke into the Top 40. The single proved to be the launching pad for a run that saw 14 hit singles and 6 albums follow on from it.

“The Bluetones are a band tied to their Brit Pop past but with tunes that begin to transcend it too”  – Louder Than War 

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Getdown Services

Getdown Services are a two piece from Bristol that provide a sweat soaked, tub thumping, groove infused hard rock hallelujah experience. Squint your eyes and it’s a stag do on a karaoke machine but open your mind and you’ll find it’s at least 500% more enjoyable than that. Having been described as Sleaford Mods meets LCD Soundsystem, the sound they create is unique and immediately enjoyable.

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Lizzie Esau

Lizzie Esau has been making a name for herself as one to watch with support slots for Baby Queen, The Amazons and Upsahl – as well as performing at festivals including BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend, Boardmasters, 100above & many more. Inspirations for the North East talent include Wolf Alice, Beabadoobee, and Radiohead.

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ERNIE

Part-time chef, full-time singer-songwriter, ERNIE serves up his own brand of heartfelt indie rock, stirring that hazy, nostalgic feeling in with layers of brooding vocals, fuzzy guitars and warbly synths; whilst touching on themes of adolescence, family, relationships and the trappings of being the “odd one out” in a small northern town.

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Scruffy Bear

From a tiny village in North Yorkshire comes the earth-shattering sound of Scruffy Bear. 
 The quintet of Georgy, Jack, Sass and Ryan come together to encompass Soulful Fuzz Rock with a serious and stylish attitude.

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No Teeth

No Teeth capture the chaotic energy of bands like Duds, Country Teasers, The Cardiacs, DEVO, or The Birthday Party but with such a snotty, childish delivery that it is almost as close to making a mockery of these references as it is far from attempting to paying to tribute to them.

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End Credits

Originally formed in 2018 when the band members were just fourteen and fifteen years old, End Credits are a Teesside based psychedelic indie-rock four-piece that infuse their music with alternative and progressive rock inspirations.

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Wingz Of The Monkey

Wingz of the Monkey are an alt-rock band from Teesside. The band write songs heavily influenced by the grunge, punk and rock scene, as well as produce incendiary live performances that captivate the senses.

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Line-ups are subject to change.

The Georgian Theatre

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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Access information

The building is wheelchair accessible with level flooring throughout the building and level access from the entrance. Accessible toilets are available. Seating can be provided on request.

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SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2024


Ages 14 and 15 must be accompanied by an adult. No under 14’s.

Companion tickets are available via the DICE app

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