Almost Famous Gig Guide

Thursday JAKEKUB - The Taproom, St Ives, from 9pm. MATT Harvey - Oliver Cromwell, St Ives, from 9pm. HIGH Society - Gem Nightclub, North Street, Peterborough, over 18s only, free entry, 8pm-2am. AMP Fiddler - The Junction, Cambridge, 7pm, £12. 01223 51

Thursday

JAKEKUB - The Taproom, St Ives, from 9pm.

MATT Harvey - Oliver Cromwell, St Ives, from 9pm.

HIGH Society - Gem Nightclub, North Street, Peterborough, over 18s only, free entry, 8pm-2am.


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AMP Fiddler - The Junction, Cambridge, 7pm, £12. 01223 511511.

Friday

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PIANO concert with Masa Tayama - Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre, Huntingdon, 7.30pm. £8/£5. 01480 375678.

HOT Property - Lord Protector, Huntingdon, from 8.30pm.

SPLIT Whiskers - The Harrier, Brampton, from 8pm.

THE Mark Gamble Band - The Royal Oak, Warboys, from 8pm.

BLUE Haze - Floods Tavern, St Ives, from 8.30pm.

Saturday

MISFITS Jazz Band - Royal Oak, Warboys, 8.30pm-late. Free entry.

THE Mark Gamble Band - The Three Tuns, High Street, Huntingdon, from 8pm.

LIVE music at The Territorial, Huntingdon. Over-18s. No entry after 10.30pm.

BEDFORD Gallery Quire - Great Paxton Church, 7.45pm. Free entry but any donations will go towards the provision of new facilities in the church.

SMASHED - The George, Fenstanton, from 8.30pm.

MATT Harvey singer/guitarist - Floods Tavern, Broadway, St Ives, 8pm-11pm. 01480 467773.

RICKY R - Lord Protector, Huntingdon, from 8.30pm.

Sunday

SPLIT Whiskers - Nelsons Head, St Ives, 2.30pm-5.30pm.

LUNCHTIME live music in the lounge with Reggie. In the evening, the Sunday sessions with local DJs and guests. The Lord Protector, Huntingdon. 01480 454720.

MATT Harvey - Floods Tavern, St Ives, 2.30pm-5.30pm.

HADOUKEN - The Junction, Cambridge, 7pm, £10.

Tuesday

JAMES Page - Cromwells Bar CafÈ, High Street, Huntingdon, from 8.30pm. Free before 7.30pm or £2 after.

ST Neots Folk Club meeting - The King's Head Hotel, South Street, St Neots, 8.15pm. 01234 376278.

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