Coming up this week!October 20, 2014
We have something for everyone this week!
Tonight we’re getting Autumnal at this month’s craft club, we’ll be making toffee apples and doing a bit of pumpkin-carving in time for Halloween! Bring a pumpkin and come and join us from 7.30pm! It’s free entry (with a small donation for materials), all ages, oh and we’re serving hot rum punch to warm the cockles too! For more info about Craft Club upcoming events, check out the FB Group here.
On Tuesday night we welcome back the lovely Nell Bryden! She’s been out and about this year at many a festival after releasing her third album Wayfarer. Described as a musician with ‘the heart of an artist, the mind of a storyteller and the restless soul of a troubadour,” with just five UK dates left this is a show not to be missed! Support comes from Lotte Mullan and Jamie Walker, tickets available here, here and here.
On Wednesday everyone’s favourite teenage dirtbag’s Wheatus make a glorious return to the venue with their friends MC Frontalot, Gabrielle Sterbenz, and Late Cambrian in tow – few tickets still available here, here and here!
On Thursday the 7-piece hip-hop folk menagerie Dizraeli & The Small Gods will be rocking up to the venue! Fronted by award-winning rapper and multi-instrumentalist Dizraeli, The Small Gods part formed in autumn 2009 to tour Diz’s debut solo album Engurland (City Shanties). They’re also joined by Cate Ferris, not your average singer-songwriter, she plays with an arsenal of instruments that includes guitar, flute and keyboard, Ferris is also not averse to using old school technology in her performance such as a cassette recorder, megaphone and a charity shop found electronic FX box – but in the tradition of folk stalwarts Kevin Ayers and John Martin. Tickets available here, here and here.
On Friday night UK punk legends the Anti Nowhere League roll into town to blast away some cobwebs ready for the weekend! Support comes from Slagerij and The Cottonettes, few tickets available here, here and here.
On Saturday night we have folk royalty Martha Tilston down to play! Touring the UK currently after releasing her latest album From The Sea to rave reviews (The Guardian describe it as ‘an engrossing set that captures both the harshness and enchantment of maritime life, with the salt of sea air almost palpable.’) this is a show not to be missed! Support comes from Nathan Ball, few tickets are left here, here and here.
That’s it for this week – for all our upcoming shows check out our What’s On section here - see you at a show! X