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Jake Bugg

Plus Supporting acts, G!RLBAND & Galaxy Thief

Mon 11 Dec 2023

With the announcement of a run of UK dates we’re delighted to welcome British singer, songwriter and musician Jake Bugg to Poole.   

Arguably his most complete and coherent record to date, Saturday Night, Sunday Morning manages to combine a love of ABBA, the Beach Boys, Supertramp and the Bee Gees, with a contemporary pop sound: one that’s already spawned his most ubiquitous song in years via euphoric lead single, All I Need.

“I knew what I was looking for this time around,” the 27-year-old says, firmly. “And I feel like I accomplished it.”

It’s almost 10 years since two-fingered Jake Bugg burst onto the scene with his eponymous debut, one that topped the UK album charts and saw the then 18-year-old from Nottingham fêted as the next Bob Dylan.

His fifth album Saturday Night, Sunday Morning marks the start of chapter two for Jake Bugg.



The Supporting acts for Jake Bugg at Lighthouse are Girl Band and Galaxy Thief


Girl Band

“Formed in 2022, GIRLBAND are a Nottingham based alternative all-female trio “Like a cross between Throwing Muses and The Breeders at their finest Girlband already posses an array of tunes big enough to slay several vampires” – UNDER THE RADAR.

Despite not having any music released, the band have gained an organic fan-base and reputation playing a plethora of UK festivals this summer including packed big top slots at Bingley and Splendour, as well as a main stage performance at the Isle of Wight Festival. “Three mesmerising voices into one rebellious package. We can’t wait to see what they come up with next.” – LEFT LION

This year alone, they’ve played Dot to Dot (UK), Y Not (UK), Splendour (UK), Isle of Wight (UK), Hardwick (UK), Bingley (UK), and supported James/Happy Mondays (South Facing), Jake Bugg, L Devine, The Oozes and Durry.”


Galaxy Thief

Swanage band Galaxy Thief are set to cap a whirlwind year with a prestigious support slot opening for singer songwriter Jake Bugg at Lighthouse on 11 December.

The four-piece indie rock outfit have already played alongside chart toppers The Hoosiers, Scouting For Girls and Toploader this year, as well as winning through to open for The Streets and Arlo Parks at the famous Pilton Party, Glastonbury Festival’s annual community ‘thank you’ fundraising gig in front of festival founder Michael Eavis.



Event information: 

Doors open – 6.30pm

Please note, this is a standing gig. If your ticket is in the Stalls, you’ll be standing downstairs and if your ticket is in the Balcony, you’ll be seated upstairs.

Age Guidance: Standing area strictly 14+. Those under 14 require a Seated ticket and are to be accompanied by an adult 18+