Peter Bargh

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May 13th, 2018


Went to see Pinkshinyultrablast live at the Brudenell Community Roomwith Gerald Garratty


April 28th, 2016

Anne Garner

A tranquil evening listening to the beautiful voice of Anne Garner at hagglers Corner in Sheffield with Gerald Garratty, Rose Otter and Debra Stratford.

This was Anne’s set list

setlist anne garner


September 14th, 2015

King Crimson Birmingham

King Crimson gig live at the Birmingham Symphony Hall. Went with Gerald, we had tickets in a high place so looking down on the gig. Interesting set, played some of my all time favorites. See set list below photo

King Crimson flier

Larks’ Tongues in Aspic, Part One
Suitable Grounds for the Blues
Radical Action (To Unseat the Hold of Monkey Mind) I
The ConstruKction of Light
Level Five
Banshee Legs Bell Hassle
Pictures of a City
Hell Hounds of Krim
Easy Money
The Letters
Sailor’s Tale

Devil Dogs of Tessellation Row
The Court of the Crimson King
21st Century Schizoid Man

July 2nd, 2015

Flight to Hong Kong

London Heathrow to Hong Kong on Cathay Pacific Flight CX 238

February 14th, 2015


The Sundowners live at The Bodega in Nottingham with Gerald Garratty

sundowners ticket

February 7th, 2015

Bamford Edge

I had an enjoyable walk yesterday with Gerald Garratty and Stephen Dawson up and over Bamford Edge, then down to Ladybower and up and over Win Hill.

pete, Stephen and Gerald

This view shows Bamford Edge to the right, Win Hill in the centre and Lose Hill / Mam Tor in the distant left.

Bamford Edge

January 23rd, 2015

Hansel & Gretel

Horse & Bamboo presents Hansel & Gretel at the Montgomery Theatre.
Went with Sarah Oldfield and enjoyed the production…especially the evil raven.
Sarah gave me a backy on her bike (first time Id done that since childhood) (sadly stolen a few weeks later) and we went to meet Gerald Garratty and Josh Waller at the Radhuni Indian restaurant on London Road.

hansel & gretel program

hansel & gretel-ticket

December 16th, 2014

A stroll around Sheffield

Eventful afternoon with Gerald Garratty …within the space of about four hours I’d tried 7 dim sum dishes, stumbled on a crack den, met a graffiti artist, bought a sofa, traveled in a lift (that surprisingly was fully functional – including talking to us) in a derelict block of flats and wandered round one of Sheffield’s roughest areas without getting my camera nicked.

Dim Sum was at Wong Ting on Matilda Street in Sheffield. We met there at 12:30.

I’d only had bits of this type of food in the past and was keen to try a selection. Gerald ordered a selection marking them off on a paper sheet.

We had Prawn Dumplings
Char Sui Buns
Fish Ball & Mooli
Roasted Pork in Steamed Rice Balls
Pan Fried Radish Pastry with Chinese Sausages
Pan Fried Meat and Vegetable Buns
Deep Fried Mixed Meat Dough Balls

Then we decided to do a walk around the industrial area and down to the graffiti spot near the closed club Niche. We cut through the fence and found a guy huddled in a small derelict room. We moved past and a few minutes later he came out spooked by our presence. He was about to take cocaine and we’d disturbed him. We got talking and it turned out he was a graffiti artist and he showed us designs on his phone. They were cool. He plans to put them on shutters if commissioned so they stay in place rather than get pained over.

arm chair

The next stop was supposed to be Kelham Island but we took a detour over to Park Hill flats. Cant believe that although all the rows are fenced off and no one lives in them that the lifts are still fully functional. The light works, the voice works. We went to the top, and admired the view.


Next stop was through Wybourn Estate, just before we got there I spotted a sofa dealer and saw one that suited what I needed, so a few minutes deliberation and the credit card was out. . At Wybourn we got to hear a bloke call his friend a cunt.  We’d arrived!


November 17th, 2014

Ballet School at Bungalows & Bears

Ballet School played to just 26 people at Bungalows & Bears with support from Bernard + Edith and The Slow Revolt. Such a shame because they really played well and did a great set. Also very impressive were Bernard + Edith. Top night with Gerald Garratty.