|JC Carroll from the Members may be known for the Sound of the Suburbs but he has a long history of playing and working in Soho… he cut his teeth in the legendary venues The Marquee, The Roxy, the Vortex, Gossips, the Rock Garden and The Speakeasy back in the day. |
His solo show is an adaptation of his successful pandemic streaming show “Solitary Confinement in the Suburbs” offering a mixture of nailed on Punk and New Wave classics, “the Hits” from his days on Stiff and Virgin and a bit of Chanson, Music Hall, Murder Ballads and his own not inconsiderable catalogue of songs…
“This is such a special show for me because it feels like I haven’t done a proper solo show in the West End ever. I’ve done hundreds of shows over the years but none that were just me and my guitar in a beautiful small theatre. I’ve learnt so much over the pandemic and I’ve learnt that people love some of the songs I don’t play with the band so I’m going to play them all here! All the complicated chords, all the weird lyrics about nursing homes and suicides, apathy in the UK, Robin Hood in reverse, New English Blues Part One and Two It’s Sunday week!”
Expect the Unexpected .. some special guests dropping in and some great stories.
JC is a Songwriter and Entertainer.. You will not be disappointed.
|The Garden is the Brainchild of Terry Rawlings, Modernist Author and Man about Town….|
It’s a Sunday Show… It’s the West End… You can Shop in Soho … Eat in Chinatown and Get the Train Home… even the New Elizabeth Line!