Secret Affair Tickets

The Brook, Southampton
Friday 12th Apr 2019 7:00pm
Maximum of 6 tickets
Over 18s only

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Performing Artists

Secret Affair formed in 1978 and released their seminal debut album "Glory Boys" the following year. "The Glory Boys" was a smart-dressing youth movement based around the idea of 1960s gangster chic, influenced by the movie, "Performance."
In a period of a little over two years, Secret Affair had five releases in the UK Singles Chart, and released three albums. The debut single "Time For Action" reached number 13 in the UK chart, putting them at the forefront of the 'Mod Revival' movement. More chart success followed with "Let Your Heart Dance", "My World", "Do You Know" and "Sound Of Confusion".
Secret Affair will be performing their debut album in full to celebrate the 40th anniversary of it's release + a selection of other Secret Affair classics.
Squire were named after a shop called Squires which they originally rehearsed above. They released the first single of the 'Mod Revival' genre "Get Ready to Go" in March 1979.
Fronted by Anthony Meynell, Squire released two fantastic singles for Arista - "Walking Down The Kings Road", with anthemic "Its A Mod, Mod World" on the flip side, and "Face Of Youth Today", and a fourth "My Mind Goes Round In Circles" featured Kirsty MacColl on vocals.
Squire went on to record five albums and ten singles, including the sunshine pop album "Get Smart" in 1983, and the groundbreaking "September Gurls" album in 1984, the title track a cover of Big Star’s then undiscovered classic.

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466 Portsmouth Road

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Accessibility Information

The Brook now have a wheelchair-friendly front door and a new disabled toilet downstairs. They are regularly visited by wheelchair users. If you have any comments to make you can make them 023 8055 5366 or you can chat to one of the staff or managers when you visit The Brook. Most of the changes that we have made to The Brook, have come from customer suggestions.

From the M3
Head south towards Southampton, and follow signs for the M27 eastbound, (Southampton & Portsmouth) then continue as below.

From the M27
Leave the M27 at junction 5, take exit from the motorway roundabout signposted A335 Southampton. The road is called 'Thomas Lewis Way', and head towards Southampton City Centre. Go through the first lights, fork left at the second lights, signposted City Centre & Portswood (staying on the A335 Thomas Lewis Way). You pass a Shell petrol station on your rightâ€"hand side, then turn right at the next lights (3rd from Motorway) just before Machine Mart, then turn immediate left at the next lights (4th from Motorway) opposite B&Q. You are now on Portswood Road, The Brook is about 200 yards down this road on the left hand side.

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We would advise that you park to the rear of the venue on the Belgrave Industrial Estate making sure not to block any part of the road, blocked by no-parking-cones, as lorries come and go at any time of day or night. If you block the lorry park, the show may be interrupted, and you will feel embarrassed!
As with all town parking, make sure that you conceal any valuables. There should be more street parking on Portswood Road, or on the side roads.

By Rail:
From Southampton Central or Southampton Parkway stations: Either get a connection to the local stations or exit the station, jump in a taxi and say \"The Brook, Portswood Road please!\"

By Bus:
First Group bus numbers 6& 7 (new numbers - March 2006) stop outside The Brook, The stop is called \"Mayfield Road\". Solent Blue Line bus number Bluestar 2 also stops outside The Brook and the university bus service Uni Link - U6 also stops here.

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Age Restrictions:
The Brook is an eighteen plus venue, although children of fourteen and upwards can come to shows if accompanied by an adult over the age of twenty one.
No more than two fourteen plus per adult.

Please note that on the advice of Southampton Police - they only accept Passports or Photo Driving Licences as acceptable proof of age to buy alcohol. They do NOT accept any other form of age identification. We do NOT accept any national proof of age scheme cards. If you are lucky enough to look young - you will need I.D. If you are not sure - phone them before purchasing your tickets.

Under 16's MUST be off the premises by 12 Midnight.
If you are bringing under 18's with you, we accept any form of I.D. for them.
Under 18's will not be admitted to Comedy Nights, as we feel the content provided by some of the comedians is not suitable for minors

The Brook have introduced a No Smoking policy downstairs in the venue. This has been remarkable popular. We have had a couple of complaints but mostly praise. If you want a quick fag, all you need to do is nip in to the foyer, or nip upstairs for a couple of minutes.


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