Electric Six The kings of 2000s era comedy rock graced Leamington with their presence for a fun show full of their favourite hits and a couple of surprises from their albums since. We weren’t in a Gay Bar, but the Dance Commander implied there would be Danger! If there wasn’t any Improper Dancing going on by the end. Don’t know what I’m on about? That means you’ve not met Electric Six before.


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Gary Numan On a balmy June evening a full Leamington Assembly plays host to a one-off Gary Numan show ahead of the release of his forthcoming album “Splinter” in October and eagerly anticipated tour in November. Numan’s story is one of legend; a meteoric rise to fame with Tubeway Army’s “Are Friends Electric” and as a solo artist in the tail end of the seventies and beginning of the eighties with tracks such as “Cars”, “I Die, You Die”, “We Are Glass” et al. The rest of the 80’s became a rollercoaster ride of fame and (some mis)fortune up to the late 90’s where Numan finally began to receive some long overdue critical acclaim for his work.


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