Monday, January 25, 2010

tour dates

The Event is heading overseas, dates below, MMMQ (MAMQ) at end of post.

Feb 11 Thurs Axis Arts Centre, Crewe
April 14 Weds Linenhall Arts Centre, Co. Mayo
April 15 Thurs An Grianan Theatre, Letterkenny, Eire
April 16 Fri Hawk's Well, Sligo, Eire
April 17 Sat Down Civic Arts Centre, Down Patrick
April 20 Tues The Cochrane Theatre, London
April 21 Weds The Cochrane Theatre, London
April 22 Thurs The Cochrane Theatre, London
April 23 Fri The Cochrane Theatre, London
April 24 Sat The Cochrane Theatre, London
April 25 Sun The Cochrane Theatre, London
April 30 Fri Cornerstone Arts Centre, Didcot
May 4 Tues Citizens Theatre, Glasgow
May 5 Weds Citizens Theatre, Glasgow
May 6 Thurs Citizens Theatre, Glasgow
May 7 Fri Citizens Theatre, Glasgow
May 8 Sat Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Now, down to serious business.

Elvis Costello is surely one of the finest songsmiths of the last fifty years. But which bit of genius didn't he write?

Bonus points for knowing who did.

1. Alison

2. Radio, Radio

3. Oliver's Army

4. (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace Love and Understanding


Ann said...

You know the 80's trivia is like catnip to me.

Nick Lowe wrote (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding.

another fun fact? Bill Murray does a cover of it in Lost In Translation.

You should take me on tour with you. What if someone has music trivia questions that require immediate answers?

Mickle said...

Yes, Nick Lowe wrote it and claimed it was entirely ironic -- a parody of wide-eyed idealists.