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2021 Gigs

Live music is back!
Starting May 2021, you can once again enjoy a range of gigs here at More Music here in Morecambe, safely and comfortably in our Music Hall.

We have thorough safety measures in place and have been accredited as part of the ‘Good to Go’ scheme. Click HERE to read more about our safety measures and guidance.


May – December 2021


There are individual prices for each gig. Find out more in our ‘What’s On’ section.


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2021 Gigs Programme

Belshazzar's Feast

Friday 21 May | 6pm & 9pm | Belshazzar's Feast

Paul Hutchinson (accordion) and Paul Sartin (oboe, violin and vocals), “one of folk’s odd couples”,  have for nearly 25 years wowed audiences around Europe, The States and Australia, with virtuoso musicianship tempered by wry humour.

With extravagant lifestyles to support, as well as a love of music, their candle looks set to burn for a good few decades more!

The band will be with us for two shows. For the first, doors open at 6pm and the band are on stage at 6.30pm. For the second, doors open at 8.30pm and the band are on stage at 9pm.

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holding hands

Sat 29 May | 7.30pm | holding hands

Presented in partnership with Lancaster Jazz Festival

holding hands is a new octet co-led by two Norwich musicians – trumpeter Chris Dowding and saxophonist Rob Milne.

Divided equally between Norwich and London, the octet features some of the most exciting improvisers in the UK, including saxophonist Dee Byrne (Entropi), trombonist Raph Clarkson (World Service Project) and tuba player Ben Higham (Brass Monkeys).

Chris and Rob’s writing for the octet explores the political and cultural relationship between the UK and the US orchestrating audio samples from prominent figures and there’s room for compositions from the rest of the band too.

The music explores lush brass textures and minimalist vibraphone patterns, merged together by electronic offerings from across the group.

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Viva Declaration

Friday 18 June | 6.30pm & 9pm | Viva Declaration!

Viva Declaration combines poetic imagery with documentary narratives, featured as live visual projections from video artist Kooj Chuhan. The musical compositions are specially created and performed by Tagné Tebu, a multi-instrumentalist with jazz, African, Latin and Indo-Arabic influences.

This new performance has evolved from the original ‘Declaration’ show with new musical and video sections, an expanded narrative plus special guest Helena Summerfield on saxophones and flute.

Expect sections of free improv, interactive video and audio loops, spoken polemics, multi-layered rhythms and evocative melodic structures.

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Beccy Owen

Sat 26 June | 7.30pm | Beccy Owen

Beccy Owen is a Welsh born, Tyne and Wear dwelling songwriter of exceptional emotional resonance. Critically acclaimed and fanatically adored, Beccy’s rich organic talent trades in the currency of bleary-eyed pain, yearning hope and chest-beating defiance.

Her songs are infused with the prettiest of whispered promises, yet lacquered with the kind of aching voracity that burrows unswervingly through ear canals, down and down further still, ultimately basking in the warm glow of glistening innards – the dark parts where the warmest blood flows – where they nest and distend and restore.

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Robyn Hitchcock

Sat 25 September | 7.30pm | Robyn Hitchcock

Robyn Hitchcock is one of England’s most enduring contemporary singer/songwriters and live performers. A surrealist poet, talented guitarist, cult artist and musician’s musician, Hitchcock is among alternative rock’s father figures and is the closest thing the genre has to a Bob Dylan (not coincidentally his biggest musical inspiration).

Since founding the art-rock band The Soft Boys in 1976, Robyn has recorded more than 20 albums as well as starred in ‘Storefront Hitchcock’ an in concert film recorded in New York and directed by Jonathan Demme.

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Midnight Skyracer

Sun 10 October | 7.30pm | Midnight Skyracer

Since forming in 2017, the Anglo-Irish all-female quintet have become festival sensations across the UK, Europe and Australasia, toured regularly at home and released a critically-lauded debut album. They also carry the distinction of being the first British act nominated for an award by the International Bluegrass Music Association.

Their all star lineup boasts Leanne Thorose, with her powerhouse vocals and driving mandolin; the virtuoso banjo playing and delicate vocals of Tabitha Benedict; Eleanor Wilkie and her rock solid bass grooves; the versatile Laura Carrivick, equally adept on both fiddle and dobro; and the lightning guitar playing of Charlotte Carrivick.

Not only are they all masters of their respective instruments, but the vocal harmonies shared between the five women are second to none.

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