Kvetching in Sheffield – #1

Art: Glenn Miller.
Wet Nuns. By: Glenn Miller.


Waddle, waddle, waddle, it’s Springtime for Hitler and Germany…no, wait, that’s from The Producers, the best pisstake musical ever. After Spamalot. I think. Hey, that’s no ordinary rabbit.

Right-o, no more Percol Americano for me. It’s off to Tamper Coffee to write this excuse for a preview. Continue reading “Kvetching in Sheffield – #1”

Gig Review: Cry Havoc, Los Pecadores, Cavorts, Flaming Skulls, Wet Nuns

“Excuse me but what are you wearing?”

“It’s a zarape, great for cold weather!”

“Oh, I thought you were in fancy dress as a Mexican bandit from The Wild Bunch”

“Yeah, that too. A Sheffield porter, please. Pint.” Continue reading “Gig Review: Cry Havoc, Los Pecadores, Cavorts, Flaming Skulls, Wet Nuns”

The Kirkland Turn + The Killing Fields of Ontario + Big Convoy @ The Shakespeare

Wagonwheel have been putting nights on in Sheffield for years now, and the Wagonwheel name is synonymous with Sheffield‘s fledgling alt-country scene. But Wagonmaster Craig brings acts in from all over the country (and occasionally beyond these shores) to support or headline alongside the South Yorkshire bands. Recently they’ve brought some amazing bands to The GreystonesThe Deadly Gentlemen and Amanda Shires to name but a couple. Continue reading “The Kirkland Turn + The Killing Fields of Ontario + Big Convoy @ The Shakespeare”