The Cage, the live music venue in Reigate once again hosts Andrew Horseman and Billie Fox, 2/5 of the Redgate Renegades. Billie is a charismatic performer, their set comprises covers and original material in a slimmed down acoustic set. Friday 22nd.
Meanwhile, Saturday 23rd The Radars – fresh from a recent appearance at the Station, Nutfield will perform their covers catalogue. They promise to play all your favourite hits from the 1960s right up to today. That’s some catalogue.. but they perform with style and aplomb.
A short hop skip and jump up the A25 to Bletchingley. The Red Lion has Georgie Keller playing Friday 22nd. Georgie went down a storm on his Red Lion debut last month. Book yourself a table and see what all the fuss is about.
The Yard at Reigate Station always has a fabulous programme of music and other stuff. This Friday Jim Pickling plays a reflective acoustic set with upbeat moments featuring Quentin Bradley and Angie Barton. £6. BYOB. 7.30pm
Folk & Flamenco against Fracking is the superbly named fundraiser taking place here on Saturday 23rd. £10 ticket. This will raise funds for the appeal against SCC’s decision to allow drilling at Horse Hill. Full details here:
Reigate College Music Students are putting on a fabulous evening of musical performances in the college’s Rispoli Theatre – Tuesday 26th. Tickets £3 – 7pm. Why not check out some stars of the future?
As panto season looms, local theatres are dusting their boards and getting ready for that most special time of the year, meaning musical extravaganzas are to be found on stage this week.
Head to The Harlequin this Saturday 23rd to see Steeleye Spin, who are marking 50 years in the music business with a tour and a new album. £26.50, doors 7.30pm. They are an enduring voice in the folk world and 50 years not out is a magnificent achievement.