Mark Morriss (The Bluetones)
The Big Room Presents...
Venue / Contact
Heswall Hall - 111 Telegraph Road Heswall Wirral CH60 4RH
Friday, 21 May 2021 19:30
0151 342 2614
Mark Morriss is a singer songwriter who famously made his name fronting English indie outfit The Bluetones. Mark fronted the four piece over a successful and fruitful 15 year period, scoring 14 top ten singles and 3 top ten albums, whilst touring the UK, Europe and Japan, before temporarily disbanding in 2011.
After releasing ‘Memory Muscle’ in 2008, Mark banded together The Mummys and hit the road. He spent the best part of that year touring Memory Muscle while The Bluetones took a short sabbatical, often with his bandmates in tow, either sharing touring duties or joining him in the studio for the odd overdub.
After returning to The Bluetones to record their ‘A New Athens’ swan song, Mark re-focused his attention on his solo career. In 2013 he recorded ‘A Flash of Darkness’, raising the recording funds via a successful Pledge Music campaign.
The album was then given a general release by Acid Jazz Records the following year, whilst Mark continued to tour both as a solo acoustic artist and with an ever changing line up behind him. The various members of The Magical Sex Band.
In the summer of 2015 Mark recorded and released ‘The Taste of Mark Morriss’ for Acid Jazz. Intended as a companion to ‘A Flash of Darkness’, the album comprised a collection of cover versions of songs that had informed the writing of its predecessor.
At the same time as producing and touring his own solo material, Mark has produced Theme and Chapter music for the audio versions of David Walliams’ successful series of children’s books, from ‘The Boy in the Dress’ right through to his latest, ‘The Midnight Gang’, all released on Harper Collins.
General Admission (Standing)
Seated Table for 2 (Ticket ONLY)
Seated Table for 4 (Ticket ONLY)
Important event information:
This is a socially distanced show. Seating can only be purchased in household bubbles as per current UK Government Covid guidance.
Social distancing will be enforced throughout the venue.
All tickets must be purchased in advance. There will be no cash sales at the venue.
Any audience members who have COVID-19 symptoms, live with those with symptoms or who have been advised by NHS Test And Trace to self-isolate, must not attend the event.
The lead booker on all transactions will be listed as the contact for NHS Track And Trace. Contact details will be held for a maximum of 28 days.
Temperature checks will be taken before entering the venue.
Masks must be worn by all attendees. Audience members are permitted to remove their masks once seated. Audience members must wear face coverings at all other times e.g. when going to the toilet.
We will be operating a table service for the ordering of drinks and/or food. Please use the QR codes provided at your table.
For those customers choosing the set meal option the menus will be sent out no later later than one month before the event. Customer's choices for their meal MUST be returned to the venue at minimum one week before the event.
There will be multiple hand sanitising stations in position around the venue, and we encourage regular use of these.
All toilets, high usage areas and surfaces will be fully disinfected before and after each event. Plus work surfaces will be disinfected regularly during each event.
In the circumstance where this show cannot take place due to national and/or local restrictions the show will be postponed until a later date. ALL tickets will remain valid.
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