Bands take centre stage at Gosport festival

The Holy Tees performing at Thorngate Halls on Saturday.''Picture: Sarah Standing (141197-2356) PPP-140420-095354001
The Holy Tees performing at Thorngate Halls on Saturday.''Picture: Sarah Standing (141197-2356) PPP-140420-095354001
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MUSICIANS had the chance to showcase their work at a festival in Gosport.

Thorngate Halls played host to the festival which gave local Gosport bands the chance to play alongside other artists.

It was organised by Quay West Studios and included bands signed to their record label such as The Butterfly Culture, Damn Beats and Leftines.

Louis Crowe is the organiser and director of Quay West Studios with partner Nick Bowen.

Louis said: ‘It was brilliant. We got a really good reaction. Everyone came out in full force to support the local acts.

‘It’s for local bands to play with bigger national acts. We are trying to improve the Gosport music scene.’