We’re starting the week on a contemplative note with our Music Meditation workshop, guided by Inner Pieces. There’s limited amount of space for these workhops – so do book your ticket in advance!
On Tuesday we’re championing our local music scene at our local label showcase. Failure By Design records, Lockjaw records, and Rose Coloured records have joined forces to bring you a line-up of killer acts: Almeida, Atiptoe, Throatpunch City, and Parachute For Gordo will be gracing the stage, or peruse the sweet records that’ll be onsale on the night. Tickets for this extravaganza are just £3, available here.
On Wednesday, Sunderland indie-popsters Frankie & The Heartstrings make a stop off at The Boileroom as part of their extensive tour for IVW. Catch them here in Guildford alongside local supports The Sheratones, Future Talks, and Wilker. Tickets available from here.
Thursday night, as yet little-known but terribly talented These Ghosts from Brighton will be popping up to Guildford to take to the stage. Inspired by the likes of Sigur Ros and Radiohead with a bit of leftfield electronica from The Knife and Mount Kimbie thrown in for good measure – we guarantee this’ll be the name on everyone’s lips by the end of this year! But don’t just take our word for it, The Line of Best Fit described their debut as ‘Enigmatically gorgeous and unsettling,’ – that’s what we like! Little Grim, Macrothyst, and Char Goodfellow will be joining the bill too. Tickets available from here.
On Friday, we give a big welcome back to local hearthrobs You Me At Six. We’re over the moon that they’ve come back to play here at The Boileroom and support their local music venue as part of IVW, it’s a real honour for us here! Tickets have now all sold out.
Saturday night – watch this space! Things are afoot x
Tickets have nearly sold out for the marvel that is JP Cooper this Sunday, tickets available here. Lovely locals Andy Ruddy and Tom Gatens will also be strutting their stuff onstage. Check out his forthcoming EP When The Darkness Comes – released today! ‘This Mancunian does a blend of folk, blues and soul with hints of gospel that manages to win the admiration of almost everyone who sees him performing. His warm voice can be so powerful that it is difficult not to get carried away; his melodies and his lyrics are so velvety soft that it appears impossible not to be amazed by their meaningfulness.” – Wave Magazine