Mon 1 Jan 0001 - Sat 8 Oct 2022, Firefly Oakengates
Firefly is the newest private hire and community space in Telford. Set out like a high end club with a 200 person capacity, it’s the perfect place for that special occasion to invite your nearest and dearest and feel extra special. The venue is perfect for special family occasions, birthdays, wedding receptions as well as business events.
5 Market Buildings,
Telephone: 07359 177728
The Trail of Thomas Love is the musical adventure of Shropshire born songwriter and photographer Nathan Tromans.
Working with Dylan Line (Soft Hearted Scientists), Sam Harding (Black Rapids) John Large (Black Rapids, Major Toms) and producer Tom Livemore, they have shared the stage with a number of artists, including; Jose Gonzales, James Yorkston, Teddy Thompson, Joan as Policewoman, Vigilantes of Love, Ethan Johns, Steve Gun and Mojave 3.
The Trail of Thomas Love is rooted in Shropshire’s Severn Gorge, playing dark, slow music, exploring the myths of the surrounding landscape, the longings of it’s real and imagined characters and their journeys and homecomings.
Where applicable, advertised ticket prices are inclusive of a venue levy, retained by the venue to maintain our programme of arts and entertainment.
Taking inspiration from a continent and language spanning mix of bards and storytellers, Shrewsbury based singer-songwriter and self-styled ‘Anglo-Chanteur’ Vincent Whyte has, over the past decade, diligently won the affection of audiences across the country with his live performances and recorded output.
With his idiosyncratic classical guitar playing style (blending folk, flamenco, ragtime and bossa nova), and songs that straddle the fine line between heartfelt sincerity and tongue-in-cheek drollness, Vincent Whyte’s ambition is a simple one - to create songs worth remembering.
Pale Fire Music & Left for Dead Records are an independent non-commercial music collective established in 2018 to promote original live music as a Community Music Project in Telford. Forge Urban Revival, a Community Interest Group, played a key role in supporting the Community Music Project to get off the ground in promoting Folk, Roots, Indie, Rock, and Jazz. Not-for-profit promoters, Pale Fire Music & Left for Dead Records, include a team made up of musicians, former public & private sector managers and local businesspeople.
Presented by Pale Fire Music & Left For Dead Music Promotions
14+ (U18s with an adult 18+)
On the door £6.00
Please note the venue is situated in the Old Oakengates Market Hall building on the first floor. It was built in 1826 and can only be accessed via a staircase.