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Top gigs for music students


Talented University of Wolverhampton music students will be performing gigs in professional venues around the region as part of their degree course.

Third year students on the BA (Hons) Popular Music course will be performing 18 gigs over seven nights as part of their Performance Project module.

The venues include The Jamhouse in Birmingham and the Varsity in Wolverhampton.

Senior Lecturer Steve Cooper, from the School of Sport, Performing Arts and Leisure, said: “This year’s cohort of performance project students is our largest yet and features an unprecedented 18 performances over 7 nights, all in excellent, professional level venues.

“This is a wonderful showcase for the Popular Music course and the University’s music department as a whole. A full range of pop styles and genres are covered across the tour with each performer delivering a full band set of 40 minutes.”

The full details of the students’ performances and dates are:

Tuesday, May 4 - Jamhouse, Birmingham - Ian Haughton & James Tolley

Wednesday, May 5 - Jamhouse, Birmingham - Paul Asbridge & Linda Odinsen

Thursday, May 6 - Base Studios, Stourbridge - Amy Cooper, Marie Taylor & Natasha Jones

Monday, May 10 - Varsity, Wolverhampton - Gemma Sherwood & Laura Rathbone

Tuesday, May 11 - Actress & Bishop, Birmingham - Adam Lowe, Dan Pope & Dan Mullen

Wednesday, May 12 - The Roadhouse, Birmingham - Wayne Young, Andy Parsons & James Dodds

Thursday, May 13 - The Roadhouse, Birmingham - Camilla Pettersen, Ben Pook, Ash Harris

Start times and entry prices (where applicable) vary depending on the venues, so please email Steve Cooper,, for further information.


For media inquiries please contact Vickie Warren in the Media Relations Office on 01902 322736.

For more information please contact the Media Relations Office on 01902 32 2736 or 01902 518647.

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