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SALFORD SOUNDS LIKE ANOTHER CHRISTMAS
 

Star date: 8th December 2010

SOUNDS LIKE ANOTHER CHRISTMAS
Wed 8th December – Sun 12th December
Various venues.

From the same team that brings us Sounds From Another City, comes Sounds Like Another Christmas – a five day live spectacular starring bands, theatre, DJs and all manner of experimental wonder shows at Salford venues, Islington Mill, The Old Pint Pot, The King's Arms and St Philips Church.

The mini-fest starts tonight at The King's Arms with live musical theatre from Dinosaur Planet and Liz Green.

For full details on all shows click here…


SOUNDS LIKE ANOTHER CHRISTMAS

Wednesday 8th December: The Kings Arms, Bloom Street: Doors 8pm / Tickets £6 Pull Yourself Together and SFTOC presents...
DINOSAUR PLANET AND LIZ GREEN presents 'Fenist the Falcon' - a story retold in music and shadows. An evening of performance, music and live musical theatre. 


Thursday 9th December: Islington Mill, James Street: Doors 8pm / Tickets £8
Bad Uncle Music and SFTOC proudly presents...
RANGDA, HOWLIN RAIN and EASTER
Rangda
"'avant garde supergroup of sorts', Howlin Rain 'melodic side project of Comets on Fire frontman', Easter 'blending the lines between pop structures and loose experimentalism'"


Friday 10th December: St Philips Church & Islington Mill: Doors 8pm / Tickets £10 Now Wave & SFTOC presents...
WOODEN SHJIPS + FRANKIE ROSE AND THE OUTS followed by Moon Duo at Islington Mill (11pm)
A gig of two halves, the first Wooden Shjips at the Church, the second Moon Duo (2/3rds of Wooden Shjips) perform at the Mill for £1


Saturday 11th December: The Old Pintpot, Adelphi Street: Doors 8pm / Tickets £5 Helmets For Men & SFTOC presents...
THE INFLICTORS, SICKNURSE, THE SUNS, CARL LINGARD and THE VIMPTO KID + DJs from Salford City Radio and compere Jon Coupe from Salford Music.com
 
Sunday 12th December: Islington Mill, James Street: Doors 5.30pm / Tickets £7
Comfortable On A Tightrope & SFTOC presents...
TRUMANS WATER and guests
"An early showing for the infamous 90's band whom return for an exclusive set to coincide with their latest album. It cannot be stressed how rare this opportunity is to catch these San Diego guys live and how lovely it will be to see them on a Sunday afternoon"


Further details at  www.soundsfromtheothercity.com/

Photo shows Moon Duo

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