Slideshow: Leamington’s LAMP celebrates its first year

Curtis Walton performing at the LAMP.Curtis Walton performing at the LAMP.
Curtis Walton performing at the LAMP.
One of Leamington’s newest arts and performance projects started its first anniversary celebrations with a bang.

More than 130 people packed into the LAMP (Leamington Arts and Music Project) off Adelaide Road last Saturday night (March 1) as the venue kicked off nine days of live music, poetry, comedy, art and cinema to mark its first and successful year. Philip Burley, of the management team, said: “We have been surprised and delighted to receive so many birthday cards and can’t wait for the rest of the week.”

Pictured here during the first four days of performances are Curtis Walton, Electric Spivs, James Acaster, Satsangi, Second Episode Music Project, Stuart Goldsmith and The Youth of Today.

Events continue until the end of the weekend (March 9).