Live music behind closed doors
1 July 2020
Live music is returning to The Globe. It will be behind closed doors for now but we can let you in via YouTube or Facebook.
Although some pubs in England will be opening on 4 July, the government has not announced a date for the reopening of live music venues to audiences.
Musicians are keen to play and get paid, and audiences want to hear them, and so The Globe is going to host a series of performances and stream them live. It has invested in new sound and video equipment to enable high quality recording.
The Globe livestream season will start on Sunday 12 July with the Zoe Gilby Quartet, featuring four of the finest jazz musicians in the region. On the following Friday 17 July young bluegrass maestros The Often Herd take to the empty Globe. Other jazz, blues, indie, rave and americana acts are lined up for July and August. Check The Globe Facebook page for latest information.
The Globe will remain closed to the public so please do not try to attend the gigs in person.
We doing a lot of work inside The Globe that will help us to accommodate customers safely and within government guidelines. We are developing new training for staff and volunteers. We are also exploring Covid-safe ways of providing our popular courses, workshops and jam sessions.
We look forward to welcoming you to The Globe when it reopens.
Until then if you would like to make a donation to help us get the venue ready you can either do it by
- Bank transfer (online banking) directly into our bank account:
Account name: Pink Lane Jazz Co-op Ltd, Account number: 65650408, Sort code: 08 92 99 (Please use the reference ‘donation’)
- or by card via PayPal below