The Zanzibar

IS THAT JAZZ? MEL BOWEN

December 15, 2017

OYE INTRODUCES: ANWAR ALI & DAVE OWEN AND NUTRIBE & BUTCHA B

June 1, 2017

BALLAD OF A THIN MAN: HOWIE PAYNE

February 6, 2017

WHAT A PLACE TO SHARE: MICHAEL HEAD AT THE ZANZIBAR CLUB

June 21, 2016

Scouse songwriting royalty Michael Head played The Zanzibar last weekend. The perfect marriage of artist and venue? Maybe. It was definitely a special occasion, though. The club was rammed and an expectant Father’s Day crowd arrived en masse to hear their favourites. They got a little bit more than that, though. By Graham Ennis. The […]

YOU CAN’T TRUST THE PEOPLE: WHAT DOES ‘ORWELLIAN’ MEAN TODAY?

March 18, 2016

There’s a new play in town. ‘Welcome To Paradise Road’, part of the Page To Stage Festival Of New Theatre, takes a pinch of Pinter, an ounce of Orwell and a drop of dread to cook up a storm that has been brewing since ‘1984’. Telling the truth in times of deceit: director Emma Bird […]

MASSIVE PROTECTION: MUSIC VENUES GO ON THE ATTACK

March 16, 2016