No hiding in the shadows for these teenagers

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Boris Giltburg. Picture by Sasha Gusov

Celebrate the Triumph and Passion with the BSO at Portsmouth Guildhall

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They may only be in their mid-teens but Blind White Shadows already know a thing or two about rock.

The five-piece, which has an average age of 15, will be opening the Classic Rock Night at The Pyramids Centre tomorrow.

Since forming about a year ago, the group have been building their reputation through gigs at The Spring Arts Centre in Havant.

Drummer Liam Brown, 16, says: ‘This is definitely the biggest gig we’ve done, but we’re pretty relaxed about it.

‘And it will be good experience for us. We’ve been focussing on our own material, but we’ve learnt a few more classic rock covers for this show.’

The band is completed by Aiden Redshaw, Luc Gibbons, Natasha Phillips and Toby Upfold.

The gig is headlined by AC/DC tribute Thunderstruck, and also features Stated Quo and Hazzard County.

Doors open 7.30pm, tickets cost £8.80. Go to