The Bubble Club Presents Soft Machine | Marlowe Studio Canterbury  | Sat 3rd November 2018 Lineup

The Bubble Club Presents Soft Machine

Marlowe Studio in Canterbury

Saturday 3rd November 2018

8:00pm til 11:00pm

No age restrictions

Long awaited return of the Canterbury Sound!

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The Bubble Club Presents Soft Machine on Saturday 3rd November 2018

Soft Machine is one of the greatest UK avant/jazz-rock bands of all time. Their work, from their earliest performances as a psychadelic band, who were contemporaries of, and share stages with Syd Barrett's Pink Floyd and the Jimi Hendrix Experience, all the way to being one of Europe's best known 'fusion' bands has influenced several generations of bands, and continues to be name-checked by today's hip experimentalists. This is three quarters of the celebrated 70's version of the legendary group which recorded the acclaimed 'Softs' album in 1975, completed by outstanding sax star Theo Travis (Robert Fripp/David Gilmour/Gong). The band plays material from the era (compositions by Hugh Hopper, Mike Ratledge, Karl Jenkins) as well as many contemporary works, as featured on their brand new album 'Hidden Details', released in 2018.

Saturday 3rd November, 2018 The Marlowe Studio, The Friars, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2AS

Tickets: £20 (Bkg Fees Apply) Doors 7:30 PM Live Music from 8.00 PM

The Marlowe Theatre Box Office: 01227 787787

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Music Genres: 

60s, 70s, 80s, Jazz, Rock

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