Last LeftLion Presents of 2005

19/11/2005

Come and join us at the last LeftLion Presents of 2005


Love Ends Disaster on LeftLionThis Friday (25 November) sees the last LeftLion Presents of 2005 at the Malt Cross.

Over the course of the last year we have brought you performances from the likes of The Magic Heroes, The Silver Tongues, Computerman, The Henry Road and many more of the best upcoming acts from the Nottingham music scene.

This month, we have the indie riffs of Love Ends Disaster (lead singer Matt is pictured left), who cite Sonic Youth and The Flaming Lips among their influences. Also along for the ride are the sonic wall that is Public Display of Affection, who we think sound a bit like a Rocks-era Primal Scream crossed with Spiritualised. Brendan Randall (dead_fly) will be on the decks.

Not only that, but we also have  a magic show from Jack Curtis. Like a teenage Tommy Cooper, Jack is one of the latest products of the Nottingham-based Central drama school, which has seen the likes of Hollywood starlet Samantha Morton (...and the guy who played Peter Barlow in Corro) tread it’s boards.

We’re not doing a LeftLion Presents at the Malt Cross in December and in the new year we’ll be changing the format and dates of our events to launch LeftLion Unplugged. This will be a new acoustic night featuring the best of local musical talent and we’re currently looking for acts to book. If you’d like to put yourself forward please email meg@leftlion.co.uk

So, if you’ve always wanted to make it to a LeftLion night at one of the best venues in Nottingham, this is your last chance for this year. It’s the usual deal. Doors from 7pm. Music and magic starts at 8.45pm. Entrance is Free! Get there early if you want a table…

LeftLion Presents at the Malt Cross - 7-11pm Friday 25 November 2005

www.loveendsdisaster.co.uk






Share this article



Ads by Google


Comments


comments powered by Disqus

Share Tools

Go to comments Read comments and make your own

LeftLion Magazine

Read our entire archive online

LeftLion Magazine
more info

Event Listings alt

There aren't any tickets available for sale. view all events

Most read this monthalt

  • Murdered By My Boyfriend
    This new, one-off BBC Three drama is based on the true story of a Nottingham girl who suffered at the hands of domestic abuse
  • LeftLion Magazine #59
    With Rankin, London Grammar, Ronika, World War I, Kogumaza, Sneinton Arts Scene and the eighties miners strikes
  • A Canadian at London 2012
    "I want to lose myself in the joyous atmosphere of the world’s middle class getting together to cheer on its fastest and best at throwing heavy objects"
  • Five Reasons Why Grandmaster Flash Changed The Game
    The man who introduced the medium of hip hop to the mainstream will grace the stage of Nottingham this Sunday at The Approach
  • Paul Kaye on Sid Vicious
    "What tepid and conservative times we live in by comparison. Kids didn't tweet their idols back then, they gobbed at them"
  • City Ground World Cup All-Stars
    Think Forest are no match for World Cup footballers? Well here's a full squad of players from Brazil 2014 who have played at the City Ground
  • Brief history of Gunn Crime
    An overview of the criminal careers of Bestwood Cartel leaders and 'Godfathers' of Nottingham gang crime, Colin and David Gunn
  • Meadow Lane World Cup All-Stars
    Don't think you see many World Cup footballers at Notts County? Well you might be surprised. Here's a full squad seen at Brazil 2014
  • Notts TV: The First Six Weeks
    We have a look at our local telly channel's first month and a half on air
  • To End All Wars
    "The anthology covers an immense amount of ground, aiming to bring perspectives other than 'the British soldier and his life in the trenches'"

LeftLion on Facebook

 

Ads by Google