Sunderland’s The Lake Poets is set to be one of many highlights at a new boutique music festival coming to Durham this week thanks to a collaboration
between Gala Theatre and Old Cinema Launderette.
The three-day Launderette Sessions festival will see a number of performances across the city, as well as at former Rex Cinema in Gilesgate Moor – now a working launderette, coffee shop and licensed bar which plays host to intimate gigs.
Tomorrow, rock and roll band The Blockheads will perform at Gala, showcasing their hits including Hit Me with your Rhythm Stick.
The following day will see Edinburgh-born folk artist Blue Rose Code play tracks from his new album at Durham Town Hall, while on Saturday Sunderland’s Martin Longstaff –…
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