Indie legends lined up to play Redcar micropub acoustic gigs

Great news for local music lovers as micropub The Halt announces upcoming gigs by three indie legends.

The pub’s ‘Indiego Sessions’ will see the former front men for The Inspiral Carpets, Dodgy and Seahorses play intimate acoustic sets, right here in Redcar.

  • Thursday, December 20: Tom Hingley (The Inspiral Carpets), plus support from Tony Peacock, tickets £8 (limited amount remaining).
  • Thursday, March 21, 2019: Chris Helme (ex-Seahorses) plus support act (to be confirmed).
  • Thursday, May 16: Nigel Clark (Dodgy lead singer) plus support act (to be confirmed).
Tom Hingley

Tom Hingley

Tom Hingley will be showcasing tracks from his 2018 album ‘I love my job’. He said: “I love my job, and that’s what motivated the writing recording and realisation of this album. I hope you love listening to it as much as I do making music, and making music the soundtrack to my life.”

Thanks to pubs like The Halt (Station Road) Redcar’s Northern Quarter is definitely on the up!

Find out more at The Halt’s Facebook page or read today’s Teesside Live article.


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