A documentary charting the success of The Levellers, followed by an acoustic performance by the band ,will take place at Royal & Derngate in Northampton next week.
A Curious Life is told through the perspective of Jeremy Cunningham, the band’s bass player, and is directed by former Chumbawamba front man, Dunstan Bruce.
It focuses on The Levellers’ success between 1988 and 1998.
Following the film, the band will take to the stage for an acoustic run through of some of their greatest hits, including Carry Me, One Way, Just The One and Beautiful Day. The Levellers released a greatest hits album in autumn last year via their On The Fiddle Recordings label, with a CD/DVD deluxe edition which includes every Levellers’ single and video released over the last 25 years.
A Curious Life will be shown on Tuesday, March 3. Doors open at 8pm and tickets cost £21 before fees.
Paul Carrack, the legendary Sheffield-born singer, songwriter, soul legend and former member of Ace, Squeeze, Mike & The Mechanics and Roxy Music, returns to Royal & Dernate, in Guildhall Road, on Friday, March 6.
Recently dubbed by the BBC as ‘The Man with the Golden Voice’, Carrack is a key figure in British pop history.
His back catalogue includes the hits How Long, Tempted and The Living Years.
Doors open at 7.30pm, tickets cost £28.50 before fees.
Welsh singing brothers Richard and Adam return to the venue next Saturday.
The Britain’s Got Talent pair played to more than 15,000 people on their debut tour and this time will be singing songs from the movies.
Richard and Adam’s success on the show was followed by their debut album, The Im-possible Dream, which was the longest-running number-one album of 2013 in the UK. Support is by Sophie Evans.
Tickets for the show on Saturday, March 7, cost £27 before fees.
Visit www.royalandderngate.co.uk to book tickets.