Saturday, March 25, 2006

Saturday Night's All Right!

Lots and lots of live music today to keep you amused and out of trouble.

Here's the music!

Events today in South Somerset & West Dorset
Clams @ Hardy's, Bridport
Tom Toomey @ Duke of York, Shepton Beachamp
Cart-L & Nice Guys Finish Last @ The Crown, East Stour
Steve's Bike Shop @ Plume of Feathers, Sherborne
Storm + support band @ Lord Nelson, Norton-s-Hamdon
Whisky River @ Half Moon, Stoke-s-Hamdon
The Duckworths @ Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil
Jongleurs @ Wheatsheaf Inn, South Petherton
Studio 37 @ Labour Club, Yeovil
Griff Daniels & Nikki Mascall @ Crown Inn, Bridport
Neville van Dyke @ Old Barn Club, Yeovil
Matthew Rock @ Liberal Club, Yeovil
Design @ Nags Head, Lyme Regis
Stone Cold Sober @ Ropemakers, Bridport
Martha's Vineyard @ Bakers Arms, Martock
Janette Mason's Din and Tonic. Thornford Village Hall
The Little People @ Kings Arms, Bridport
Sidekicks @ Kings Arms, North Allington, Bridport

Events today in Taunton & Bridgwater areas
Lois & The Iguanas @ The Pen & Quill, Taunton
Breeze @ The Flying Horse, Taunton
Southern Style @ Bell Inn, Creech St Michael
Dave Green @ Green Dragon, Wellington
Bluescasters @ Old Market, Bridgwater
The Deadbeats @ Bridgwater Arts Centre
Adomisac @ Vinatge, Wellington
Hard Tack @ Princess Royal, Taunton
Bleedin Hartz @ White Hart, East Reach
Small Mercies @ Cross Rifles, Bridgwater
Hoppy Horton Duo @ Bridgwater Sea Cadets Hall
Taunton Suzuki @ Brewhouse Theatre

Did You enjoy Lord Of The Rings?
Middle Earth musical divides critics The "Lord of the Rings" musical, touted as the most expensive stage production yet, met mixed reviews on Friday as critics applauded its leaping orcs and menacing dark riders, but got lost in the tangled plots of Middle Earth.

The 55-strong cast slipped into 500 costumes and engaged in fight scenes and acrobatics atop a 40-ton, computer-controlled stage floor featuring 17 elevators, which spun and rose amid magic and illusion.

For all the feverish activity at Toronto's Princess of Wales Theatre, the show based on J.R.R. Tolkien's epic trilogy drew only one standing ovation in more than three hours, but many in the audience called it breathtaking and spectacular.

Enjoy your weekend.

The Editor

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