Wednesday, April 22, 2015
4 Parts Guitar
West Street Andover, Hampshire SP10 1AH
phone: 01264 368 368
Opened in October 2006, The Lights, a professional arts and entertainment venue is sited alongside the River Anton in the centre of Andover, Hampshire.
The Lights features a 242 seat fully raked auditorium, a large Arena Hall with outside canopied decking area, a suite of business rooms, a dance studio and function rooms, all complemented by a stylish cafe area and wine bar.
Parking: There are five public parking areas within 400 metres of The Lights.
There are five public parking areas within 400 metres of The Lights.
The Chantry Centre multi-storey - free parking after 4pm. Please note this car park is locked at 10pm Monday to Saturday and 5pm on Sundays
Marlborough Street - free parking after 4pm
Lidl (opp Bus Station) - free parking after 6pm
AMC Building (adj Leisure Centre) - after 6pm and weekends only
Andover College - limited parking available outside college hours only at £2.
Blue Badge Holders - Limited, unreserved, parking is available at the rear of the Andover Leisure Centre for Blue Badge holders.
4 Parts Guitar are Raymond Burley, John Etheridge, Gordon Giltrap and Clive Carroll.
Soft Machine guitarist John Etheridge partnered the legendary Stephane Grappelli for many years and tours as a duo with the world's greatest classical guitarist, John Williams.
Best known for his hit singles Heartsong and Fear of the Dark in the late 1970s, Gordon Giltrap has gone on to become one of the UK's premier acoustic guitarists, working with amongst others, Martin Taylor and the London Symphony Orchestra.
Clive Carroll began his career touring with guitar maestro and mentor John Renbourn before teaming up with Australian superstar Tommy Emmanuel, whilst Raymond Burley has performed with many of the UK's most prestigious orchestras and conducts classical masterclasses around the world.
For those who would like to know more have a look at their various websites.
Please check availability of tickets and confirm date / start times with the organiser before setting out, as sometimes changes are unavoidable - thank you.