The autumn line-up at Wiltshire Creative is music to our ears!
There is live music galore to get your toes tapping.
Here are the events to look out for:
These very popular music nights are back this autumn with more local talent ready to entertain you. Friday Nights at the Arts Centre are an ideal opportunity to meet up with friends you may not have seen in a while! The kitchen will be open and serving freshly prepared homemade meals while you get to enjoy the atmosphere. Tables must be booked in advance (for free) with a maximum of 6 people per table.
The bands on the line-up are:
Thursday 21st October 2021, 9.30am & 1.30pm
Looking for something to do this October half term? Get the children making music! An engaging and fun introduction to music making for children aged 7 to 11 in partnership with the Salisbury Area Young Musicians. Tickets £5. Find more details here.
Saturday 30th October
SHIFT Social is organised by Wiltshire Creative’s Young Ambassadors. They are a group of young people who meet monthly to ensure that programmes are relevant and exciting for youth in the local community – so 14 to 21 year old’s are guaranteed a great night out on the 30th October! The evening, at Salisbury Arts Centre, will be full of fun, food and drink, entertainment and live music from some of Salisbury’s most promising young bands! Tickets are free.
Friday 5th November
The Tribe acoustic trio are the UK’s freshest Hip Hop Reggae Ska Energy Collective. They give a fantastically high energy interactive performance, which has made them a festival favourite, popular with audiences of all ages. They spread positive melodic vibes and spit fire with verses through their infectious multi-genre original songs. Feel the energy this autumn at Salisbury Arts Centre! Tickets from £8
Thursday 11th November
Moscow Drug Club return to Salisbury Playhouse by popular demand. The group is a curious musical place where elements of Berlin Cabaret, Hot Club de France, French Musette and Storytelling meet. Combining their original material with songs by the likes of Jaques Brel, Tom Waits, Leonard Cohen and Eartha Kitt, Moscow Drug Club deliver an intoxicating and intimate musical experience. Tickets from £12
Friday 12th November
Aaand... We’re Back In The Room celebrates Nick Harper, an acoustic guitar and songs from all of his albums down the years. If you’ve never heard of Nick, we’re not surprised, because he’s one of the UK's best kept musical secrets! Being the son of English folk rock singer, Roy Harper, meant he grew up surrounded by the musical prowess of some of the 60's most revered songwriters and musicians. His childhood, along with 20 years of crafting songs, has spawned this truly one-off show. Tickets from £12
Saturday 13th November
Paul Simon is a name that has cemented itself into the “hearts and bones” of audiences all over the world. As an artist, his name has become synonymous, not only with music, but with cultural history. He has many millions of fans, but one fan, Gary Edward Jones, has turned his love and admiration into a show - The Paul Simon Story!
Singer-songwriter Gary not only recites the music of one of his idols, but also tells the unique story of Paul Simon combining visuals, stage design and, of course… the music. At Salisbury Playhouse. Tickets from £12
Friday 10th December
As part of the festive line-up at Salisbury Arts Centre this year, Jazz Dynamos take well known songs from the 1970s and ‘80s and transform them with a mix of jazz, bossa, and samba – occasionally all at the same time! Their unique set of original, contemporary jazz arrangements includes hits by, amongst others, Dolly Parton, Madonna, U2, Police, a-ha and Britney Spears. What better way to start the Christmas countdown. Tickets from £15.50
If this isn’t enough live music to get you going, then head to the Experience Salisbury What’s On pages for all the latest music events.