Featuring Jack Grace, Klauss Schnopplejagen & The Fox And The Owl

Live & Unheard

Wednesday 6th February

Booking Fees: Prices quoted are for tickets booked in person at the Ticket Office. Tickets booked by telephone or online are subject to a booking fee of up to £1.75 per ticket

Following a successful pilot show before Christmas, the Live & Unheard showcase for emerging original music talent returns to Poole’s centre for the arts on Wednesday 6 February with three more great acts.

The line-up is headlined the genre-busting sound of Jack Grace who is already making waves with BBC Introducing drawing influences from the likes of Pink Floyd and Tim Buckley. Jack and his live band will perform songs from his debut EP Polar.

Jack Grace

Klauss Schnopplejagen, the top-hatted, melody and beat looping alter ego of a man known to his mum as Will, and the folky reggae jazzy blues of The Fox & The Owl, complete the characteristically eclectic bill.

Fox And The Owl

Presented by Bournemouth-based studio and music hub Hangover Hill in partnership with Lighthouse, Live & Unheard aims to give local artists a platform to reach new and existing audiences.


“The response has been incredible,” says Hangover Hill’s founder, musician and producer Matt Black. “The bands are thrilled to be able to perform in a prestigious venue to an audience that is there to listen, it represents an important step up for all of them.”

Hangover Hill are inviting bands and artists interested in performing to contact the studio at hangoverhill@gmail.com.

“There are no rules, the music can be any style, all we ask is that it is original and unpublished. There is some fantastic talent in this area and having the opportunity to play at Lighthouse means it can spread its wings. The Sherling Studio is a terrific space – something happens there and people actually listen to the songs, which for many of the bands will be very different from the audiences they play to in pubs and clubs.”

Once costs are paid bands can earn a share of the ticket income meaning they have a stake in attracting as many of their followers as possible, adds Matt.

ìItís important all the acts commit to making this work ñ itís a great opportunity for them to learn more about how they play and what works in a live setting. The support from the technicians and everyone at Lighthouse has been amazing.î

Live & Unheard will return on the first Wednesday of the month ñ 6th March, 3rd April, 1st May, 5th June and 3rd July.


Band Info

Tickets: £9.50
Tickets & information 01202 280000

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