Before you contact us please be sure to check our frequently asked questions as our most common questions are answered there already, such as:
View your order, change your address & resend your order confirmation
If you still need to get in touch...
Wishbone Ash, Corn Exchange Theatre, Stamford, Stamford - 14th October 2018
First seen at Leicester De Montfort Hall around 1974. Like a fine wine matured with age. Still rocks your socks off. Andy pulls it all together true phenix.
Posted by Mel. on 15/10/2018
Wishbone Ash, The Flowerpot, Derby - 7th November 2017
It's always astonishing to find a band like Wishbone Ash pounding out their beautiful 'proggy' blues in the back of a Derby pub. And on a dark and stormy autumn night there's probably no cosier place than The Flowerpot's concert room when it's absolutely rammed wall-to-wall, front-to-back with an appreciative and responsive audience. Ash were straight in with the intricate & synchronised guitars of Andy Powell and new boy Mark Abrahams (a seamless fit) before blazing through another classic setlist. A rapturous ovation was rewarded with an encore that finished with the wonderfully anthemic Blowin' Free, enthusiastically chanted (1,2,3,4 ..POW!) by a very engaged crowd. Is it a health hazard to feel your ribs pounding to the combined force of Joe Crabtree's bass drum & Bob Skeat's Rickenbacker? Will my ears ring for days after? Who cares. Wishbone Ash only disappoint in one way: they can't play EVERYTHING. What they do play is always a satisfying slice through an eclectic musical archive. The mystery is why we don't see more of the musical heritage that bands like Wishbone Ash embody. The band has been banging it out for as long as BBC favourites like David Gilmour, Led Zep and Deep Purple but see very little airtime for their effort and true talent. They're an incredibly hard working and fantastic live British band. They deserve far better coverage.
Posted by Ian on 18/11/2017
Wishbone Ash, Whitby Pavilion, Whitby - 4th November 2017
This was a great gig - no bones about it (pun intended).
I love Wishbone Ash gigs as It's nice to see a group of artists who can actually play their chosen instruments performing on stage while having fun doing it.
What can be said about the evening:
The set list was a good mix of older and new material from 'Argus' up to the 'Blue Horizons' albums
A nice addition to the set was two acoustic performances as part of the show.
Andy Powell provided a fine example of his usual crisp vocals while wielding his trademark flying V guitar.
The new recruit to the band - Mark Abrahams who has recently replaced Muddy Manninen acquitted himself nicely with a stunning guitar performance during 'Phoenix' and seems to have fitted in well with the rest of the band despite only being with them for such a short time.
The Drumming of Joe Crabtree was as usual flawless (even if you don't get to see much of him hiding behind the cymbals)
But for me the highlight of the show was the rarely played 'F.U.B.B' making a return to the stage with the driving rhythm of the bass Intro laid down by Bob Skeat.
Thanks Guys for a great evening.
Posted by trevor martin on 05/11/2017
Loved the venue, first visit to Whitby Pavilion but it was nice, drink prices were reasonable and the theatre was very intimate.
I think this was the best performance of Wishbone Ash that I’ve seen. The set list was a perfect mix of new and old and the acoustic songs were something I haven’t seen before and changed the pace of the concert before ramping up to the classics! As ever the guitar playing was stunning I never cease to be amazed by their talents and the drummer was also brilliant.
Andy kept the audience involved and the whole evening felt relaxed and informal.
Must also mention Steve Hill the support, a complete one man band who was also very good and personable. A thoroughly enjoyable experience.
Posted anonymously on 05/11/2017
First time at Whitby Pavilion and loved it...
Wishbone Ash were awesome and certainly didn't disappoint, with tracks from early classics right up to the newly released album...
Support act, Canadian one man band Steve Hill needs to be seen to see how unique and fantastic he is.... Can't believe how long it's taken for him to finally be recognised in this country.... Maybe that's thanks to Wishbone Ash too....
Overall a fantastic night...
Trouble free ticket ordering by Gigantic and all well recommended
Posted by Danfromsaltburn on 05/11/2017
Gigantic are a primary ticket agent and full members of STAR (Secure Tickets from Authorised Retailers)
Let us keep you up to date with all the latest events via our weekly newsletter
As a first time buyer you may be nervous about purchasing tickets through a company you've not used before. This is completely understandable, which is why we want to put your mind at ease and assure you that Gigantic Tickets are a safe, reliable place to buy tickets from a primary ticket agent. We are full members of STAR - the society of Ticket Agents and Retails. STAR is the leading self-regulatory body for the entertainment ticketing industry across the United Kingdom.
STAR members include all major UK ticket agencies as well as Gigantic Tickets and numerous venues and box offices in London and across the country. There are also associate members in other industries (such as travel) where entertainment ticketing forms part of their business and affiliate members who do not sell tickets directly to the public but support STAR's work.
Buying entertainment tickets from a STAR member - in person, by phone or online - enables you to buy with confidence, as all members sign up to STAR's Code of Practice, which requires them to treat customers fairly and make all transactions clear and straightforward.
Customers buying from a STAR member will benefit from:
To give you complete peace of mind you can find Gigantic Tickets on STAR's current full membership list here and verify our full membership by clicking here.
For more information about STAR please visit their official website here.
You can find more information about ticket purchasing, ticket security, ticket delivery and much more on our FAQ's page here, as well as on our Terms & Conditions page here.
We appreciate reading through our web pages might take you a little while to find the answer you are looking for, so please feel free to get in touch with us directly and our team will do their utmost to answer any queries you might have:
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : If you need to contact us by phone, please call 0115 807 7900 (+44 115 807 7900 from outside the UK).
Address : Gigantic, 3-5 High Pavement, Nottingham, NG1 1HF
Gigantic3-5 High PavementNottinghamNG1 1HF
© 2018 Gigantic Tickets Limited. All rights reserved.