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MUSIC AT B.A.D : GRANT SHARKEY
July 4 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm£3 – £10
Travelling thousands of miles every year with his double bass, Grant Sharkey plays songs that laugh at, and celebrate us all at the same time. Finding the grey areas, the discomfort, the little lies we tell ourselves and making a big stupid song about them.
In 2013, Grant embarked upon a mission to write an album every 6 months for 20 years. The reasoning behind this was to firstly, stay relevant; secondly, stay interested and thirdly, stay solvent. With no record company or management, Grant exists entirely on the kindness/connectivity of his amazing fans.
Since starting this project he’s developed an uncompromising live show with a repertoire ready for any circumstance and audience. He’s written earworms such as Pubes & Toenails (The Brexit Song), I’m Sorry To Hear You’re A Racist, Genitals and (The Problem With The) Muslims.
Grant has played everywhere from living rooms and gardens, to performing at Glastonbury, Isle of Wight and Bestival festivals and given a TEDx Talk.
With a live show comprised of comedy and songs, Grant works hard for every audience to leave with new friends. It’s this experience that has lead him to have supported such diverse acts as The Wurzels, The Lounge Kittens, Electric 6, Dodgy, Andrew O’Neill, MC DEVVO, Nizlopi, Beans on Toast, Skindred, Band of Skulls and K*nt and the Gang.
Our ticketing policy is pay what you can, either £3, £5 or £10.
All ticket income goes towards supporting our artists for future events and commissions so please support them! BOOK HERE
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- Give you a warm welcome at a safe distance
- Use signage to help you maintain social distance
- Provide hand sanitiser for you to use
- Reduce capacity if required
- Ask you to limit social interactions before, during and after the event
- Encourage audience members aged 11+ to wear a face covering