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Event InformationSeasick Steve has today announced he will be performing 9 headline shows across the UK this November in support of his latest album, ‘Blues in Mono’. For these special, intimate shows entitled the “Just Steve, A Guitar and You Tour”, Steve will be performing solo.
Steve says: “I‘m lookin’ forward to coming and playing for y’all. Just gonna be me, you and my guitar. A few songs and a few stories, kinda like we just hanging’ out together! Gonna be fun. See ya there.”
Last year saw Steve release two albums, the rocking 'Love & Peace’ (July 2020) and the acoustic ‘Blues In Mono’ (November 2020) a timeless tribute to traditional, acoustic country blues recorded with a microphone from the 1940s with Steve performing the songs solo, direct to an old tape machine.
The “Just Steve, A Guitar and You Tour” is a tour that fans have been crying out for, for many years. Steve can’t wait, offering fans his advice between now and the shows:
"In the meantime stay strong, workout, and eat your vegetables!”
Venue Address:Royal Concert Hall
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There are four car parks close to the Royal Centre. These are situated at the Crowne Plaza Hotel just off Wollaton Street, on Talbot Street next to The Welbeck Hotel, the Euro Car Park on Upper Parliament Street and on Wollaton Street itself. Disabled parking is available on Burton Street adjacent to the rear of the Royal Concert Hall. Nottinghamshire Police advise that wherever possible, patrons entering the city by car should park in a car park to reduce the risk of car crime. The City\'s Secure Car Parks are located at Talbot Street, Fletcher Gate, Broadmarsh Centre & Victoria Centre.
Nottingham Station is 15 minutes walk from the Royal Centre. Trams, which can be caught next to the station on Station Street, also stop directly outside the front entrance of the Theatre Royal.
Nottingham Express Transit now stops outside the Royal Centre and has Park & Ride sites at Hucknall, Moor Bridge, Phoenix Park, Wilkinson Street and The Forest. For more details on tram timetables and location of stops please call (0115) 942 7777 or visit http://www.thetram.net
The Victoria Centre & Broadmarsh Centre Bus Stations are situated within 10 minutes walk of the Royal Centre. There are also a number of local bus stops in close proximity to the Royal Centre. For more information on bus timetables and routes please contact local bus operators.
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We offer a range of captioned, audio described, relaxed and sign language interpreted performances. You can find details of all the productions currently offering an assisted performance here. Both our venues have level access points, ramps, lifts and adapted toilets available for customers with disabilities. Assistance Dogs are welcome in both the Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall.
We offer an infra-red Sennheiser transmission system to relay sound to customers with impaired hearing. Headsets and neck loops are available free of charge from our foyer Access desks.
Reduced price tickets are available to customers with disabilities, subject to status and availability. Should you require the support of a carer or companion, you can join our Access Requirement Register to benefit from a reduced price on their ticket, too.
If you have a query about accessibility, please contact our Access Officer Emily Malen via email at trch.access@nottinghamci