The Smiths: My Story – An Evening with Mike Joyce (Wolverhampton, July 28, 2017)

The Smiths: My Story – An Evening with Mike Joyce - Light House



A rare chance to hear the story of Mike Joyce, drummer of legendary band The Smiths, on his first visit to Light House.


After the audience event with Mike live in cinema one, we will have an after show party featuring Mike as a guest DJ, with local comedian / Smiths DJ Andrew McBurney.

Event Timings
Lock Works bar open all day pre-event.

8.30 – 9.30pm
Mike Joyce – his story, live in Cinema One.

9.30pm – late
After show party featuring DJ spot from Mike Joyce plus Andrew McBurney’s Smiths Disco

Late bar in Lock Works.

Do you have a question for Mike? Submit it to [email protected] and we’ll send the best through to him.

We can’t wait to welcome Mike and a legion of fans to Light House.

PLACES ARE STRICTLY LIMITED so early booking is advised.

Tickets are £20 and available on the blue link to our online booking system on the right, or by calling 01902 716 055 between 9am and 9pm. If the link is not showing, just give us a call.

Regards,
FWD.
 
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Quando quando quando

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I'll wait for his autobiography, if there is ever going to be one.
But not if he gives all the details away here.
Maybe he won't and there will be an autobiography too.
Probably with a ghostwriter. :rolleyes:

" A gentle tone of kindness
Or written words on paper
- can you write? "

The Smiths story being exploited so much now and there is no end.
Andy Rourke should do the same.
Can we think up any other person who can write and supposedly was in the neighborhood for more then 3 minutes?
 

countthree

Well-Known Member
I'll wait for his autobiography, if there is ever going to be one.
But not if he gives all the details away here.
Maybe he won't and there will be an autobiography too.
Probably with a ghostwriter. :rolleyes:

" A gentle tone of kindness
Or written words on paper
- can you write? "

The Smiths story being exploited so much now and there is no end.
Andy Rourke should do the same.
Can we think up any other person who can write and supposedly was in the neighborhood for more then 3 minutes?

Oh, no!! Please don't invoke "the" ghostwriter!!!

 

Quando quando quando

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Oh, no!! Please don't invoke "the" ghostwriter!!!


But it will happen cause I don't think he is capable of writing it himself.
He is a good drummer, good with the sticks, not so much with the words.
I can think of a very good ghostwriter for him but I won't tell the name. :rolleyes:
As I am on Mozzers side.
 

Ketamine Sun

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But it will happen cause I don't think he is capable of writing it himself.
He is a good drummer, good with the sticks, not so much with the words.
I can think of a very good ghostwriter for him but I won't tell the name. :rolleyes:
As I am on Mozzers side.

nah, I don't think Mike would want Moz to ghostwrite his book for him, for it would be the truth, and Mike doesn't want anyone to know about that. ;)
 

Quando quando quando

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It wasn't Moz I was thinking about.
It is someone, rightly or wrongly, supposed to be living at Vauxhall at the time before that album was released.
I hope it won't happen.
Not going to give anymore clues, I regret this one already.
Not going to comment on any other names either.
 
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Anonymous

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How did he wreck The Smiths?

1. Because he went to court and lied.

2. He went to court and lied

3. He went to court and lied.

4. He ruined the musical legacy of one of the Greatest UK Band's EVER.

5. He ruined the legacy of the greatest song writing partnership THE WORLD has ever seen (after Leiber and Stoller.)

6. And - AFTER ALL THAT - MJ now repairs lawnmowers for funds, having exhausted the UK's Legal Aid Fund.
 

Calamine Lotion

Well-Known Member
I'll wait for his autobiography, if there is ever going to be one.
But not if he gives all the details away here.
Maybe he won't and there will be an autobiography too.
Probably with a ghostwriter. :rolleyes:

" A gentle tone of kindness
Or written words on paper
- can you write? "

The Smiths story being exploited so much now and there is no end.
Andy Rourke should do the same.
Can we think up any other person who can write and supposedly was in the neighborhood for more then 3 minutes?
Mike's podcast interview was actually really interesting.
 

AztecCamera

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WTF reckon is a Wooverhampton?

I reckon isn't this the chap that lil' Sammy put the patented "Moz Bodyguard" choke hold on when he was trying his luck at working security at The Viper Room when this boke tried to jump on stage and jam with The Hollywood Vampires? I think this chap Joyce works at the Target in El Segundo.
 

g23

Always crashing in the same car
nah, I don't think Mike would want Moz to ghostwrite his book for him, for it would be the truth, and Mike doesn't want anyone to know about that. ;)
That would be hilarious.
"There I was, weaseling about the soot greased Manchester streets upon streets upon streets upon streets living a simple hardscrabble life of dole handouts, like a greedy syphilitic caveman or some kind of baboon, destined to go nowhere, be no one, and do utterly nothing at all in my worthless life, until the day that it all changed in a heartbeat when I met Johnny and Morrissey who offered me 10% of the take, chiseled in stone, as plain as the freckle on Jobriath's left arse cheek and in no uncertain terms."
 

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