Thanks to everyone that supported the Open Mic Launch last night at The Boileroom! It was a great success and a real treat for our staff and friends to enjoy.
Special thanks to Blake at Plug and Play for getting the word out there and finding some fantastic musicians to come down and play. There were some very diverse genres ranging from Singer Songwriter Claudia Arnold, to blues and harmonica by Lea Dean, to ambient instrumental using a loop pedal by Nathan. It’s so nice to see people with different musical influences coming together and sharing their songs.
Open mic nights a great way of honing your skills as a performer, meeting other musicians and just generally having a good time with friends.
Our next Open Mic night is booked in for the 26th November, so get it in the diary!! Get in touch with Plug and Play if you would like a slot for the next session.
On Tuesday night we welcome the comforting sounds of Bleak House. We are big fans of their track Sown and are loving the introduction of Yasmyn Charles stunning vocals. If you like your music to have a husky dream like quality then definitely have a listen.
Supported from Blossoms “Manchester’s Blossoms offer a lighter take on psychedelia, one that’s steeped in classic British pop songwriting” (NME); and the fabulous Vinyl Staircase. Tickets available from here.
On Wednesday As Elephants are will be taking to the stage in preparation for the release of their new Crown EP.
The Red Kites will be headlining on Thursday night with their epic melodies and emotive lyrics. Their songs are distinctively their own and hit you with a sense or raw honesty.
Whose ready for Halloween!? We are. The Crazy world of Arthur Brown is coming to town on Friday and we can’t wait. Best known for the release of hit 1968 single FIRE which catapulted him to fame; his latest album ‘Zim Zam Zim’ is due out very soon.
After an incredible show in May Bob Log III will also be joining our spooktacular line-up!
More support from Xova.
This is a 18+ event. Tickets are £11adv and you can purchase from here.
Saturday 1st November see’s the return of the ever popular Kickback comedy Club featuring headline act Ria Lina “there isn’t a comedy venue in the country that shouldn’t be fighting for her.” The Scotsman)
Also featuring Quincy + Sol Bernstein + Debra Jane Appleby (MC)
Purchase tickets here.
Esme with explaining a little about the history and designs of tradition Mexican sugar skulls and how that is transferred into a tattoo.
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