Regal Cinema Melton: Film guide May 19 to 26 - Melton Times

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On Friday evening, the Noels Arms hosts Steve Faulkner as part of their Early Doors sessions.

Steve plays covers by bands such as Led Zeppelin, Elbow, Gomez, Bowie and more.

Steven uses vocal effects, a loop pedal, his voice and a guitar to create unique versions and takes influence from rock, funk, jazz and hip hop.

Get set for The Peas who perform at The Rose and Crown in Hose on Friday.

The Peas are described as a duo of many many parts. They’ve dug deep into the depth of the 80’s, 90’s and 00’s and return with classics now laced with kazoos, mouth trumpets, melodica, beat box, vocal synthesiser, vocal harmony, double bass, acoustic guitar, bass drum and tambourine.

Saturday features soul sounds at Asfordby’s Stute. Unleash the soulies and don’t call the Ghostbusters.

The Genny B plays host to One Man Two Tone on Saturday. Dance to the ska, mod and new wave sounds brought to life by Steve Wallbanks.

Sweet Thief headline at the Noels Arms on Saturday. They will bring their rock covers ranging from Heart, Whitesnake to Maiden, Dio and Lacuna Coil.

Mojohand take to the stage at The Grapes on Saturday. You can expect a mixture of 50’s/60’s style blues and rock n’ roll.

The band formed over 10 years ago as “Mick Ridgway’s Mojohand.” Sadly Mick has now retired due to ill health but the nucleus remain as a trio.

Sticky Fingers are at The Saddle in Twyford on Sunday. Their usual electric sound will be a stripped back acoustic set and their version of “Wild Horses” will make the hairs on the back of your neck tingle.

Then later on, The Backbeat Drivers are set to perform in the same venue.

If you like a fun night, stick twirling drummers, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Kansas then this is the band for you.

The Noels Arms hosts The Fab Two on Sunday.

The Fab Two are a highly respected and authentic Nottingham based Beatles tribute duo. They have every Beatles song in their repertoire and should be able to satisfy requests.

They said “If you don’t like The Beatles, you’re not listening to it right.”

Tuesday sees Melton Folk Club gather in the Tiger Room at The Crown. This is a new venture that welcomes people of all ages and is hosted by Adrian Kerr. Visit