My Dad Wrote a Porno
The story behind how this podcast came about is just as awkwardly funny as the title. Jamie Morton found a series of erotic books about a saucepan saleswoman called Belinda Blumenthal written by his father. He teamed up with James Cooper and Alice Levine, and the podcast became a hit, so much so that they’re going on tour!
Four seated tickets to their sold out show at The Kings Theatre, Glasgow on Thursday 19th April are up for grabs here.
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
Oasis fans far and wide may carry on speculating when the reunion will happen but Noel seems to be doing just fine in his current band. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds are no less entertaining, with the front-man regularly offering plenty of British humour and chat to the crowd. On top of that, all three of their albums have reached number one in the UK, proving it’s not just about stage presence.
If you missed out on tickets to their show at Brighton Centre on Sunday 22nd April, there are two standing and two seated tickets on sale here.
Ferry made his name in the band ‘Roxy Music’, but since going solo in the mid 80s, he’s become a music icon in his own right. He may now be in his 70s, but there’s no sign of him slowing down, with his live shows having the same electric energy as they always have – especially during the disco segments.
If you’d like to have a boogie to ‘Don’t Stop The Dance’, there are three seated tickets on offer for his show at London Palladium on Tuesday 1st May here.
The British radio DJ never seems to stop producing new albums, and with one of his most recent compilation albums, ‘Classic House’ reaching number one in the UK, he’s certainly not running out of ideas. Being a veteran in electronic music, he’s helped to put the genre on the map. Put him on a stage at such a popular and well-known venue as Dreamland Margate, and you’re set for a brilliant night.
Don’t worry if you didn’t manage to get tickets as there are two general admissions to his show on Friday 22nd June up for grabs here.
Jack White first became well known when the band, White Stripes – formed with his wife back in 1997 – gained huge recognition. The song ‘Seven Nation Army’, released in 2003 is still sung today, with the most recent incarnation being a chant about Labour politician Jeremy Corbyn. But the enthralling way in which he plays his guitar makes him just as exciting to watch on his own.
If you’d like to see him live at Eventim Apollo Hammersmith on Wednesday 27th June, there are two standing tickets and one seated ticket up for grabs here.
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