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Northumberland County Council has said they have launched a review after Sir Tom Jones' concert was cut short due to 'major technical issue'.
A spokesperson for the council said, “NCC has initiated a review into the abrupt conclusion of the concert and the arrangements put in place for the organisation and staging of the event.”
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The company behind Sir Tom Jones' gig at Alnwick Castle - where a power failure cut short his performance - has apologised to thousands who attended.
Firstly, Loose Cannon would like to sincerely apologise for the way concert-goers were left feeling after the Tom Jones concert on Saturday 8th August.
All complaints are being recorded and will responded to as soon as possible and within 28 days.
As previously stated a large national company provided all the power and tower lighting units for the site, this included 2 large synchronised generators that provided all the production power. Synchronised units are always used on events of this nature to allow a seamless crossover should a fault occur on one of the units.
Unfortunately on this occasion it appears both units developed faults.
The supplier had engineers on site for the full duration of the performance. Unfortunately after a second loss of power towards the end of Sir Tom's performance, the show came to an abrupt end.
As a company we have commissioned an independent report into the causes of both generators failing. We are also awaiting the supplier providing us with their findings.
We will continue to update our Facebook page as and when we can and as mentioned will be replying to customers who have emailed us.
Jane Percy, the Duchess of Northumberland, has reacted to hundreds of complaints about a power failure at Alnwick Castle this weekend, where Sir Tom Jones was performing.
It's really, really sad. People were expecting a wonderful night out. I've heard nothing but complaints.
Sir Tom Jones has tweeted his disappointment after a power failure cut short his concert at Alnwick Castle on 8th August.
In a statement via his website, he said:
Tom Jones would like to sincerely apologise to all his fans for the abrupt ending to his concert at Alnwick Castle on Saturday evening.
A loss of generator power supply at the beginning of the night meant a delayed start to the concert and unfortunately, after continuous problems during Tom’s performance, a further loss of power meant the concert ended abruptly.
Tom really enjoyed performing to the North East crowd and was extremely disappointed that the concert ended in this manner.
Tom looks forward to returning to the North East for a concert in the future.
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The National Theatre's award-winning production of the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time makes its debut in Sunderland tonight (August 11).
The play, which won seven Olivier Awards, is also running at the Gielgud Theatre and has just won five Tony Awards on Broadway
It is directed by Marianne Elliott, who co-directed the globally successful production of War Horse for which she also won a Tony Award. It played to full houses in Sunderland when it toured there in April and May 2014.
War Horse is now in its eighth year in the West End.
The play will be on at the Empire Theatre until Saturday.
Two of the concert-goers say the Tom Jones gig at Alnwick Castle in Northumberland on Saturday (August 8) was spoilt by delays, technical glitches, poor catering and health and safety issues.
Here are Carly Needham and Richard Dale:
Unfortunately, during Sir Tom Jones's performance last night at Alnwick Castle, there was an issue with the generator power supply which meant that the concert finished abruptly.
I wish to make it clear that this situation is not associated with the artist or his management team or Alnwick Castle. Loose Cannon Events employed an established company to supply the power generators and who are well-versed in supplying power to large events of this scale and we are investigating the incident.
Orgainisers say they were sorry to disappoint concert-goers and all enquiries should be directed here
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