The David Gibb Big Band
  • Wednesday 25 October 2023, 11:00am
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £5.50.
Image Six musicians against a green and blue backdrop, with cartoon characters

Join family favourite David Gibb and his amazing band as they take you on a musical journey through David’s hilarious and often surreal imagination where wolves roam the school corridors, sunflowers grow right up to the stars, and teddy bears dance the night away at the disco.

‘A real treat’ – Birmingham Live

With lots of audience interaction and chances to join in, David’s songwriting draws from a wide range of musical influences and genres including jazz, folk, reggae, and rock ‘n’ roll. With an emphasis on quality and musicianship, David’s songs are reminiscent of the classics, and sure to have you dancing and singing along within minutes. Guaranteed to appeal equally to parents and children alike, prepare yourself for groovy beats, funky keys, slick bass lines, chiming guitars, and soaring horns. This is music that the whole family can enjoy together! 

JOIN DAVID’S SONGWRITING WORKSHOP

1pm, free to all bookers for both the 11am and 2.30pm performances

At this exciting workshop, children can learn songwriting from family music favourite David Gibb. The workshop will teach children how to create catchy lyrics, beautiful melodies and toe-tapping rhythms, and all attendees will be able to perform their song for their family and friends at the end. David Gibb’s music, which blends folk, jazz, reggae, and rock and roll, has always been a big hit with audiences, and children will love learning how to write their own songs with his guidance!

 

Group Booking Offers

4 tickets: £18
5 tickets: £22.50
6 tickets: £27

The David Gibb Big Band
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £5.50.

Join family favourite David Gibb and his amazing band as they take you on a musical journey through David’s hilarious and often surreal imagination where wolves roam the school corridors, sunflowers grow right up to the stars, and teddy bears dance the night away at the disco.

‘A real treat’ – Birmingham Live

With lots of audience interaction and chances to join in, David’s songwriting draws from a wide range of musical influences and genres including jazz, folk, reggae, and rock ‘n’ roll. With an emphasis on quality and musicianship, David’s songs are reminiscent of the classics, and sure to have you dancing and singing along within minutes. Guaranteed to appeal equally to parents and children alike, prepare yourself for groovy beats, funky keys, slick bass lines, chiming guitars, and soaring horns. This is music that the whole family can enjoy together! 

JOIN DAVID’S SONGWRITING WORKSHOP

1pm, free to all bookers for both the 11am and 2.30pm performances

At this exciting workshop, children can learn songwriting from family music favourite David Gibb. The workshop will teach children how to create catchy lyrics, beautiful melodies and toe-tapping rhythms, and all attendees will be able to perform their song for their family and friends at the end. David Gibb’s music, which blends folk, jazz, reggae, and rock and roll, has always been a big hit with audiences, and children will love learning how to write their own songs with his guidance!

 

Group Booking Offers

4 tickets: £18
5 tickets: £22.50
6 tickets: £27

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