The Seagull Theatre has once again given us a very warm welcome. We played to a extremely appreciative audience that felt enchanted with our music. ‘Who’s Been Talking’ was a firm favourite with them. The audience clapped along and shouted for more. A super evening for all involved. Check out this the lovely Seagull Theatre at Pakefield
The band played at the Dunstable Arms in Sheringham. We had a super evening playing to lots of folk dressed to impress for the 1940’s weekend. Great effort had been made by Jackie who is the landlady, to decorate the venue. Special thanks to Geoff Cooper for playing drums for us with young Keith being away.
Being a fairly regular gig for us, we love to play at the at The Dog Inn in Ludham. It was good to be back at The Dog as we always enjoy it. The pub was pretty busy with holiday makers off the boats all having meals and a few drinks. We were really pleased
We actually had a second gig at Trimingham House and as before it was fabulous. We’ve got a couple of pics below. As said before it was a fabulous evening and we had some great dancers who enjoyed our music. We won’t be going back to in 2015 but we hope to be back next year. We enjoy the
The band did the second gig of the week at Trimingham House, Beacon Road, Trimingham, Norwich, NR11 8DX roughly five miles from Cromer. It was the bands first outing at The Trimingham House. With another trip to Trimingham House coming up on the 25th July, the band were keen to make a great first impression.
The band for the first time, had a fabulous evening at the Seagull Theatre where the audience were very appreciative of the music played. The acoustics at the theatre were excellent, ensuring that the fine musicianship on show was given full credit. As mentioned the audience were very appreciative of the music being played, they enjoyed both
Gin City spent the evening at the Brickmakers pub. The Brickmakers has it’s own stage with ample seating for all pub visitors. The set up comes with it’s own sound staff and has video recording equipment capturing the night of music. We’re hoping to be able to share this with you if we can. The
The Poacher’s Pocket gig was great… It proved to be a busy Good Friday Evening at the Poacher’s Pocket. Gin City had the audience up and dancing. Both holiday makers and locals took to the dance floor to make it a very memorable event. Great musicianship from all the band. Bob on keyboards did a
Despite being a cold, wet and windy evening a very responsive audience enjoyed the band’s first show at the Fisher Theatre, Bungay as Gin City. The new line up including our double bass player James Young and the band now being very being dressed band to impress the evening was set for success. The audience enjoyed
An evening of mixed emotions. Excitement because of the official name change from Slow Gin to Gin City but also a sad farewell to our lovely bassist Gerry due to him moving overseas. He has been a fantastic member of the band bringing with him not only his playing skills but his marvelous sense of