St. Paul’s, Worthing
£20 + Booking Fee
Gaz Coombes has had to cancel a series of forthcoming shows in Europe and postpone a later run in the UK due to a severely broken leg. Posting on social media, Gaz said:
“I’ve only gone & broken my leg! Larking around with the kids I got ‘Bruce Lee’d’ by my 15 year old, and let’s just say she connected too well. I’m going in for surgery today @OUHospitals Oxford, where everyone has been completely amazing. A massive thank you to everyone here at the JR & to our wonderful #NHS. I’ll be back soon xx”
Gaz’s show in Worthing will now take place on BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY 27TH MAY! All tickets from January remain valid.
One Inch Badge Present GAZ COOMBES (solo) + support
Gaz Coombes started in music at the tender age of 14, and by 16 he was already founding Supergrass, a key band of British indie and Britpop that he led for nearly two decades. However, it is in his solo work that the singer and composer claims to have found himself. In 2015 he published ‘Matador’, an album that earned him a Mercury Award nomination, in which he presented his own musical identity. In May of this year he published his new album, ‘World’s Strongest Man’, which he will present in Worthing in an intimate acoustic format.