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Bringing live music to Oundle

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About VicsGigs

Bob Cheatham set up VicsGigs in 2019 and held two concerts in The Ship Inn and two in the Queen Victoria Hall in Oundle. Their last concert in March 2020 was a big success with 120 people coming along to witness a fantastic set by the band ‘Lifesigns’.

Then the pandemic hit and the lockdowns commenced, so like everyone else they ceased activities. As things began to look like there was perhaps light at the end of the tunnel, they started to prepare some more great live music in Oundle. Concerts commenced again on 4th September at the Queen Victoria Hall with a Pink Floyd tribute band named ‘A Saucerful Of Floyd’. Following this they have a number of artists booked through to the end of 2022, including two that are stopping into Oundle as part of their world tours. They also have a three day weekend event in June 2022 called The Soundle.

Bob is determined to continue brining high quality bands to the The Queen Victoria Hall and put Oundle firmly on the map as far as venues in England go.

The Queen Victoria Hall
This wonderful venue is situated in the heart of the community in West Street and has already seen bands such as Lifesigns and Pandamonium play here with Pendragon, This Winter Machine, Lifesigns (again), John Hacket Band, This Joe Payne, Letz Zep, The Pure Floyd Show, A Saucerful Of Floyd, The Gift and The Blackheart Orchestra and many other great bands all booked for future appearances by VicsGigs.

The Queen Victoria Hall The Queen Victoria Hall buffer The Queen Victoria Hall is a registered charity (Charity No 1000943) administered in Trust since 29 July 1904. The Trust was created in order to commemorate the death of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria by creating a public hall which, to this day, has been used for the inhabitants of Oundle and the surrounding district.

Oundle is a market town on the left bank of the River Nene in Northamptonshire, 69 miles north of London and 12 miles south-west of Peterborough.

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