Louise Gibbs Quartet

The Louise Gibbs Quartet at HEART 3.6.16.

The Louise Gibbs Quartet at HEART 3.6.16.


‘Good individual musical talent from all 4 members demonstrated. Nice to have the background & ‘walk through’ the ages of Jazz’ – Mr & Mrs Eddison

‘Good’ – Anonymous

‘Brilliant, what talent & she lives in Headingley!’ – Lynne S.

Good instrumental venue – good acoustics, nice atmosphere.’ – Rebecca E.

‘Great musicians, well worth the ticket price, informal + informative’ – Pauline B.

‘Beautiful & melancholic, more variation of songs, but thanks for a good evening’ – Anonymous

‘Lovely venue + very much enjoyable band – great way to celebrate my sister special birthday.’ – Vicky

‘Great singer, fantastic music. Good atmosphere.’ – Beth G.

‘Loved the range and little bits of instrumental accompany it. Clarity & musicality really enjoyable.’ – Myrna M.

‘Louise was great. It was a great night out, and interesting to hear jazz though the ages’

‘Thank you for a lovely evening.’ – Anonymous



Headingley Music Festival ‘Quiz’

‘Very enjoyable, fun, questions impossible, but fun. I would come again!’ – Howard B.

‘Very fun’ – Michael

‘Fun night- question too hard’ – Richard H.

‘Good range of questions – old + new. Good range of prices.’ – Katherine P.

Would like to have been able to answer the questions correctly! But great fun – would come again’ – Cate A.

‘Music with the questions would have been good!’ – Jill



OWL’s Tea Dance

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‘Enjoyable afternoon + tea’ – J. Harvey

‘Excellent, good company good music + great food’ – Giulia Artuso

‘It was a good afternoon and it would have been even better if you had a little more easy sequence dancing. People would have joined in more.’- Anonymous

‘A very nice afternoon with The Annie Hawkins Trio’ – Carol

‘Enjoyable afternoon, great tea’ – Lizzie

‘A really enjoyable afternoon. Lovely volunteers, great Jazz band, scrummy food!’- Alice Whipp

‘Excellent, lovely tea, friendly folk’ – J. Horsman

‘Excellent’ – Verna Tait

‘Tarantisimo @ New Headingley Club 13th June’

‘Fantastic music, wonderful rhythm and beat for dancing.  Can they come again?  Mucho Gusto!’ – Hazel, Sarah, Ollie and Ann.

‘Thoughts of Cuba and Spain – felt I was on holiday.  Made my body move.’ – Anonymous.

‘(Needed) More room for dancing.’ – D. Scales

‘Good, small venue – shame floor rather sticky for salsa dancing.  Could polish up.  Great band!’ – Kathryn Douglas.

‘Great rhythms, singing and playing.’ – Anonymous.

‘Really enjoyed the music and dancing!  Bring them back!’ – M.K.D. Cobb.

‘Enjoyable music to dance to.  Dimmer lighting would have improved the ambience for me.’ – Colin Leppington.

‘Excellent.’ – Anonymous.

‘A fantastic night of wonderful music and we danced.  Marvellous’. – Janet Mann.

‘Great band and fantastic atmosphere.’ – Anonymous.

‘Great music, great atmosphere.’ – Lynn O. John.

‘Might have been better with more dance floor and dimmed lights.  (Could have done with a ) short 10 minute (salsa dancing) lesson at start, please.’ – Karen Smith and Doris Whitehead.

‘£7.00 rather a lot, though bar prices are cheap.  Great band – (in the) second half the music was much livelier – liked it much better’. – Jan.


‘Youth Music Day @ Shire Oak CE Primary School 13th June’

‘Atmosphere fabulous – we don’t even come to the school!  It was great to hear so many singers’. – Kate Murphy-Howes.

‘Story telling was particularly good.’ – Anonymous.

‘Great – glad the weather turned out well in the end.’ – Anonymous.

‘Great for kids’ confidence!’ – Ali Thomas.

‘Really vibrant, exciting atmosphere; lots of creative opportunities for kids of all ages.’ – Gail Barlow.

‘It’s great to see children given the opportunity to perform to an audience in a relaxed environment’. – Anonymous.

‘We had lots of fun; hope for more next time.’ – Adam.

‘Wang Dang Doodle @ New Headingley Club 12th June’

‘Did well, but fairly quiet room’ – David.

‘Lots of energy from the singer!  Very professional band.  All gelled together.’ – Catherine.

‘A great band.  Pity there was such a small audience.’ – Keith Greenwood.

‘Good band, nice choice of songs’. – Anonymous.

‘Good.’ – Sarah Barnes.

‘Good voice!  Feel music!  Nice atmosphere!’ – Anonymous.

‘Great band, lively and funky music.’ – Anonymous.


‘When Trolls try to eat your Goldfish’@Shire Oak CE Primary School 12th June

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Sergio and Dominic

‘An impressive and energetic performance.  Dominic held the whole school captivated from Reception to Year 6 and staff!  Amazing!’ – Anonymous.

‘Very entertaining for both adults and children’. – Anonymous.

‘Very successful show.  The children were spellbound.’ – Jackie.

‘A dynamic performance from Dominic, complimented by Sergio on guitar.  Very engaging.’ – Carol.

‘A real treat for the children and adults alike’. David.


Irish & Scottish Crossover Music @ Café Lento 9th June

“Fantastic atmosphere! Lovely staff. Will definitely come again, if not next year for the exact same gig”.  Kate Hales.

“Lovely trio!, great songs, more please” – Mary.

“Great evening, brought back memories of a holiday in Ireland a long time ago” – Vincento.

“Such a great evening!, wonderful playing, great crowd” – Richard.

“Perfect venue for this intimate acoustic performance of tunes that sounded at the same time fresh yet familiar” – Helen.

“Loved it, nearly cried at some of the songs, but in a good way” – Hannah.

“It was a great night, well deserved praise to great traditional musicians keeping us entertained.  Keep the Irish culture alive”.- Shaun.

“Brilliant music, great friendly venue and people.  Really great night, good to have this in our local community”. – Claire.

“Great night!, we enjoyed ourselves a lot and will definitely come back” – Lukas.