Influential act set to mark quarter-century.
Here’s the chance to win tickets for the upcoming Levellers gig at Leamington Assembly.
It’s more than thirty years since Gary Numan shot to fame with the ground-breaking Are Friends Electric? Dave Woodhall brings us up to date.
Leamington Spa based translation provider Comtec is reinforcing the message that the world is open for trade with Britain after experiencing growth of its own throughout 2012.
American bluesman Walter Trout appears at The Assembly in Leamington Spa on Sunday night – 14th October. Martin Longley saw him play in York last Monday…
After a few quiet weeks Leamington’s finest is springing back into life.
Mention Leamington Spa and several things come to mind: the healthy spa waters, its Regency buildings and the shadow of local middleweight Randy Turpin who beat Sugar Ray Robinson sixty years ago.
Icons, influences and young whippersnappers.
There’s a definite eighties feel in Leamington.
Leamington’s finest opens its doors once more
No jokes about unforeseen circumstances, please.
Students from Coventry and Warwick took part in the Big Challenge last weekend
After a quiet start to the year the Leamington Assembly kicks into life once more this week.
The last chance to see the best-known band that never became famous, for a start.
Not many guitars, seems to be the answer.
Seventies, eighties, nineties, now. Take your pick.
Folk rock, blues rock, prog rock, ordinary rock.
There’s a definite contrast between the acts playing in Leamington this week.
A mixed bag and a good one.
It’s eighties week in Leamington.
The week ahead in Leamington.
A mixed bag, that’s for sure.
Jokes about ‘unforseen circumstances’ aren’t allowed, for a start.
It’s likely to be interesting, if nothing else.
Dave Woodhall’s been to see Half Man Half Biscuit.
Just the one this week, but it’s a good ‘un.
The fates can conspire against anyone, even the greats, as Dave Woodhall witnessed.
The Leamington Assembly has one of the all-time greats on offer this week.
Scores of buildings around the region that are normally closed to the public will be opening their doors and offering a behind the scenes look.
An American singer and a very British band is the answer this week.