Cloudbusting – The Music Of Kate Bush

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Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £23.00 | Theatre

Cloudbusting are thrilled to bring their stunning ‘The Line, The Cross and The Curve’ tour to Brewery Arts! Featuring songs from the legendary short film of the same name which Kate Bush released in 1994, this spectacular new show offers audiences a fresh ‘take’ on those tracks that first appeared on ‘The Red Shoes’ album – all delivered with breath-taking vocals from Mandy Watson and superb musicianship from the live band.

With a set list that also includes classic hits such as Wuthering Heights, Babooshka, Hounds of Love and Running Up That Hill – the world-wide No.1 hit single that took every music chart by storm 37 years after its release; this concert tour will no doubt be selling out fast, so book your tickets now!

Cloudbusting are the longest-running and most universally celebrated tribute to the music of Kate Bush. With TV appearances and live performances across both the UK and Europe, the band has earned an enviable reputation for being unquestionably the most accurate and authentic live experience for Kate fans.

Significantly, they are the only band in the world to have performed Kate’s music with her original bass player and long-standing sound engineer Del Palmer, as well as drummer and percussionist Preston Heyman who appeared on the Tour Of Life, Never For Ever & The Dreaming. The band has also performed with Stewart Avon-Arnold – Kate’s co-choreographer and dance partner who appeared with her in so many of those iconic videos and performances throughout her career. That’s quite an endorsement for Cloudbusting but it also stands as a reflection of the talent, tenacity and passion that the 5-piece band has for Kate’s stunning music.

‘That gave me a shiver’ Jeremy Vine BBC Radio 2

‘Utterly, surreally brilliant’ Mick Wall, Classic Rock Magazine

‘Blown away – your spin on Kate Bush is amazing’ RTÉ Radio

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