Ian Prowse Amsterdam

Ian Prowse Amsterdam

Performing: Morrissey & Marshall and The Sea

Borderline, London

Doors Open: 7:00PM
Starts: 7:30PM

14+ only. 14s to 16s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.

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DISABLED ACCESS

Unfortunately, there is no wheelchair access available to the premises, but
we do admit ambulatory persons with a minder free of charge when tickets are
purchased in advance.

Sole or accompanied ambulatory disabled persons will be seated nearest the
stage. Access to the live hall is via a single width stairwell from the main
lobby which is at ground level, which contains 23 steps in three flights, each
step being approximately 30cm [12in] deep and 15cm [6in] high. Once in the
main room, there are two steps of similar proportions to the bar and seating
area.

We advise that disabled patrons contact the venue [see contact us page] in
advance of the show and arrive 15 minutes prior to the advertised door time
so that they can be suitably accommodated. Our security will have been
notified of your imminent arrival if you have contacted us, and will assist
your early admission to the venue.


PLEASE NOTE:

- We have limited seating available nearby the stage.

- The property does not have an adapted welfare facility available


Ian Prowse formed Amsterdam in 1999 with cousin Johnny Barlow and former Blow Monkeys drummer Tony Kiley but didn't secure a record deal until September 2004 when the band were signed to new label Beat Crazy. During this time Amsterdam struck up a friendship with Elvis Costello who usedAmsterdam[3] as his backing band on the Jonathan Ross television show as well as opening act on several occasions. The relationship was blessed on record when Prowse performed a duet with Costello on a cover of The Searchers 1964 hit 'Don't throw your love away' for the Liverpool Number Ones Project on EMI Records in 2008.
The band's first single for Beat Crazy was a UK top 40 single with 'The Journey' in February 2005. Follow up single 'Does this train stop on Merseyside' also hit the UK Charts. The song regularly elicited an emotional response from Radio 1 DJ John Peel. Peel's widow Sheila Ravenscroft went on the station after the DJ's death and confirmed that 'He was not capable of playing it without crying'.
The band left Beat Crazy by mutual consent in 2006 and signed to The Stranglers management company CIA Recordings. The subsequent Amsterdam album Arm in Arm was voted 14th best album of all time out of Liverpool by the readers of Liverpool.com in Dec 2008. Christy Moore also released his version of "Does This Train Stop on Merseyside?" on Sony Records album Listen on April 17, 2009.
Amsterdam also appeared on the compilation album Mersey Boys and Liverpool Girls with their song "And It Hurts"

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