Rated 3 out of
Mr B was superb. Shame about the rest.
The event was billed to start at 8pm. The support act was on first but didn't start til 8.30pm. His music was completely at odds with the act we had gone to see, not something we enjoy at all. My suggestion to Mr Santino is that your need to screech may be reduced if you buy underwear in the correct size, as I suspect from your caterwauling you were feeling quite pinched. Also, guitar lessons might be a good christmas present request.
There were only 2 or 3 seats available, all of which were occupied when we arrived before 8pm, so we were left to stand for over an hour enduring music we didn't want to hear. There was a further 20 minute gap while the support act removed his kit from stage.
We thoroughly enjoyed what we saw of Mr B, the main act, but wish he had been able to start before 9.20. We had to leave just before the end due to trains, so only saw an hour of his show. We thoroughly enjoyed it though.
Date published: 2017-11-27
Rated 5 out of
A jolly fine ballyhoo!
Mr B: Intelligent, fun chap hop that kept one thoroughly well entertained. Splendidly enjoyable.
Date published: 2017-06-18
Rated 5 out of
the legend on the banjolele
i had read good reviews of the venue and being a fan or mr b's music for a while i thought it was high time i caught him live and he did not disappoint, a confident performer who with an ipad, mic and banjololele had the place bouncing, literally at times, he's been doing this for a decade (he did mention that) and long may he continue to do so.
Date published: 2017-06-17