Date: Saturday 2nd September 2017
The Music of Kate Bush
“If you missed Kate Bush in 2014, go and see Cloudbusting; the next best thing” Simon Mayo -BBC Radio 2
Wuthering Heights, This Woman’s Work, Running Up That Hill, Wow, Babooshka, Hounds Of Love, The Man With the Child in His Eyes, Cloudbusting, Army Dreamers, The Sensual World……
It’s no wonder Kate Bush was listed as No. 2 (after John Lennon) in the Telegraph’s best British Singer/Songwriter category.
In 2014, Kate returned to the stage after a 35 year break, gaining record breaking ticket sales whilst becoming the only woman to ever have 8 albums simultaneously in the UK charts.
Inspired by Bush’s groundbreaking theatrical concerts, Cloudbusting perform this astonishing music with emotional detail and stimulating visuals.
The five-piece band have been gaining critical acclaim not only from audiences around the country but also radio, press and even Kate Bush’s own musicians and collaborators.
“Mandy’s vocals were so good, I could have been listening to Kate herself!” Preston Heyman - Kate Bush Band, Tour of Life
“Absolutely surreally brilliant.” Mick Wall - Classic Rock Magazine
Doors open & Licensed Bar from 7.30pm Show starts at 8.00pm
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Princess Pavilion, Falmouth
Welcome to the Princess Pavilion
"Charming … beautiful … a blend of the vintage and the modern, the Princess Pavilion offers a varied programme of entertainment and events for the community."
There's live music, comedy, workshops, arts and crafts and much more, plus the Garden Room complete with bar and bistro - all nestled in the exotic Victorian gardens of Gyllyngdune.