SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2024
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1 Dilettante

Dilettante is the art-pop brain-child of multi-instrumentalist Francesca Pidgeon. Live shows are a genre-phobic loop-fest, featuring everything from fuzzy guitar licks to 5-part saxophone harmonies.

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Maius Mollis

Maius Mollis is a singer-songwriter based in the Northeast of the UK making tracks into her early career. Lyrically, Maius Mollis doesn’t shy away from exploring emotional complexities. Brutal self-reflection, reverberating family dynamics, and relationships that end with no concrete answers drift through her songs.

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DAWKS

Performing solo with just a guitar and sample pad Hartlepool singer/songwriter Luke Dawkins aka DAWKS started out as a home recording project but spiralled into something much bigger. Taking inspiration from modern gems like Beabadoobe and DMAs as well as rock giants like Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins and Tom Petty.

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Sugar Roulette

‘Tuneful indie-flavoured slice of escapist pop’ – NARC Magazine

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Fashion Tips

Fashion Tips make dance music for anxious people.

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All Before

All Before is a brand new metalcore outfit spawned from the depths of North East England. Following their singles, ‘Breaking Away’ and ‘All Before’, the band released their debut EP in October 2023, ‘So Pass Me Your Hand…’

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Maeve and The Trains

Maeve and the Trains bless the North East of England with her musical genius and antics.

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Line-ups are subject to change.

The Green Room

The Green Room is The Georgian Theatre’s baby sibling and is Stockton’s first ‘micro-venue’, it has been home to some wonderfully intimate performances since opening in 2012.

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The Green Room Stage is programmed by the north-east’s premier magazine for arts and culture – NARC. Magazine. Expect the very best in regional talent.

Access information

The building is wheelchair accessible with 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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