Drum and Bass legend Goldie set for South West stage

PUBLISHED: 20:00 18 November 2017

Goldie will perform at the Colston Hall.

Goldie will perform at the Colston Hall.

Chelone Wolf

A British hip-hop star will join forces with a top quality orchestra at a South West music venue to put a new spin on some of his classic hits.

Goldie will perform with the Heritage Orchestra at Bristol’s Colston Hall, in Colston Street, on Friday at 8pm.

The MOBO Award-winning songwriter, DJ and producer has inspired a generation of urban musicians, and is set dip into his revered back catalogue with and perform tunes from his new album, The Journey Man, which is heavily influenced by the beats of Brooklyn, New York City.

The 52-year-old, also known as Clifford Price, has been noted as the creator of the drum and bass genre thanks to his 1995 album Timeless.

The record received rave reviews across the board and pioneered a new sound which remains immensely popular two decades later.

Tickets, priced £21.50-64.50, are available from 01172 034040 or online via www.colstonhall.org

Other Entertainment Stories

57 minutes ago

One of William Shakespeare’s comedic plays will be brought to life by a Worle theatre group next month, and readers can win tickets to see the show.

Yesterday, 17:00

An Australian performer who blends genres in his music is on tour.

Yesterday, 09:00

ABBA fans will be singing Here We Go Again when the sequel to Mamma Mia! hits cinemas this week and the Mercury is giving readers the chance to see it for free.

Fri, 19:00

Following a sell-out tour last year, Jeremy Hardy has hit the road in 2018 with his new show and will come to the Bristol for two dates.

Fri, 16:54

Love Island contestant Dani Dyer will be appearing at a club night in Weston-super-Mare next month.

Wed, 20:00

The town will show its support for LGBT+ rights during Weston Pride next weekend, and the Mercury is offering readers the chance to experience it all as a VIP.

Wed, 15:05

More than 50 people attended a meeting to take part in a debate about a proposed housing development in the town on Thursday.

Tue, 20:00

A Brazilian trio will bring their theatre show Friendly Ever After to Bristol venue Creative Workspace.

Tue, 14:04

What do you get when you combine failing props, forgetful actors, clumsiness and a crumbling set? Well I found out when The Play That Goes Wrong premiered at the Bristol Hippodrome last night (Monday).

Mon, 20:00

A Mancunian grime artist will perform in Bristol later this year.

Most Read Entertainment

Read Online

Image
Read the Weston Worle and Somerset Mercury e-edition E-edition

Local Weather

Partly Cloudy

Partly Cloudy

max temp: 21°C

min temp: 19°C

Useful Links

Advertise in the paper
Submit a Story
Subscribe to the paper
Competitions
Send Your Letters
Order Photos
Family notices
iwitness24
Facebook
Twitter
Reader Travel

Family Notices 24

Newsletter Sign Up

Weston Mercury twice-weekly newsletter
Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy

Show Job Lists

Local business directory

Somerset's trusted business finder