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Soft Cell: One Final Time (Live from London)

The final – and SOLD OUT – show from Synth-pop pioneers, Soft Cell, recorded LIVE from London on September 30, 2018.

Celebrating their 40th anniversary, this will be the group’s only and last EVER show, as well as their first in 15 years. This is a unique way to experience an event that is sure to go down in pop music history, as one of Britain’s seminal bands, Soft Cell, ‘Say Hello, Wave Goodbye’ with an incredible finale live on the big screen.

One of the most influential groups to emerge from the electronic music scene in the UK in the 1980s, Soft Cell produced five albums of original material. The incredible string of hits Soft Cell produced during this time, including ten tracks that reached the UK Top 40 singles charts, need little introduction.

‘Tainted Love’, Soft Cell’s boundless Number One hit, is perhaps the most emblematic and evocative song of the era. A cover of Gloria Jones’ Northern Soul staple that kept the original’s yearning tone, Soft Cell enveloped the track with a slowed down instantly recognisable synth riff – a nod to pop music’s past, yet wholly updated with the fresh, modern sound of the 80s that still holds up to this day.

Intervening years have seen both Marc Almond and Dave Ball’s talent recognised with successful solo careers in their own right, with Almond awarded an Ivor Novello Inspiration Award in 2013, as well as an OBE this year’s New Year’s Honours List. Ball went on to form The Grid, peaking with million-selling international hit ‘Swamp Thing’, as well as working as a producer and writer for the likes of Kylie Minogue and remixer for David Bowie, Pet Shop Boys, Erasure, Yello & The B-52’s.

 

Show Times
Thu, Nov 8 7:30pm   Buy Tickets
Tickets
General $18
Senior
$16
Member
$15
Student (18 and under)
$10
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The Doors: Live at the Bowl '68 

Unless you were there, you’ve never seen anything like it: the legendary Doors at their peak in the only complete concert ever filmed of the controversial superband. Now celebrating its 50th anniversary, The Doors’ legendary audio producer Bruce Botnick has entered the studio to remaster the iconic concert in glorious Dolby Atmos, giving the audience the greatest listening experience possible without actually being there! Subtle and powerful, elusive and direct, The Doors Live At The Bowl ‘68 reveals The Doors at their dark and brilliant best.

 

 

Show Times
Thu, Dec 12 7:30pm   Buy Tickets
Tickets
General $18
Senior
$16
Member
$15
Student (18 and under)
$10
No Passes

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