January 2017

We Can Be Heroes: David Bowie Tribute Night w/Monroze + Vinyl Staircase 14.01.17January 26, 2017

It’s Independent Venue Week! #IVW17January 23, 2017

It’s Independent Venue Week!

For the fourth year in a row The Boileroom are proud to announce their involvement with Independent Venue Week, in association with Arts Council England, Musician’s Union (MU), Attitude Is Everything (AIE); and PRS for Music.

All the week you can catch a range of internationally and nationally acclaimed artists, celebrating establish musicians and those at the exciting initial stages of their careers. #IVW highlights the importance of grassroots music venues across the country as tastemakers for emerging local and national creative talent.

The Boileroom’s #IVW17 schedule is as follows:

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Monday 23rd – Beans on Toast
TICKETS: http://bit.ly/2gDZxQC

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Tuesday 24th – Mark Morriss (The Bluetones)
TICKETS: http://bit.ly/2jJixQR

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Wednesday 25th – Annabel Allum
TICKETS: http://bit.ly/2jJhgck

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Thursday 26th – Flamingods
TICKETS: http://bit.ly/2gE0GrD

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Friday 27th – Blackwaters
TICKETS: http://bit.ly/2jJd2BB

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Sunday 29th – Create To Inspire
TICKETS: http://bit.ly/2jJhtfC

You can also grab a season pass to all of The Boileeroom’s IVW shows this week for a discounted price here

The Boileroom have teamed up with Attitude Is Everything’s Access Starts Online campaign, which aims to improve the access information venues and festivals provide to potential deaf and disabled customers. For full information about the campaign visit: www.attitudeiseverything.org.uk/accessstartsonline, and to read our full accessibility information visit: www.theboileroom.net/info/

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The Project Receives New Funding!January 9, 2017

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Our youth music programme The Project, has just received a generous donation to further fund the mentoring, performance and apprenticeship opportunities we give to young people in Guildford and surrounding areas.

The generous donation was kindly submitted by Matthew and Victoria Moth.

“We’re delighted to be able to support The Project which helps transform talented musicians into great performers.” Mr Moth said about his and his wife’s donation. “There is nothing like experiencing music live, and venues like The Boileroom provide an amazing place for that magic to happen.”

“We’re already excited about planning a club night in May next year to raise some more funds to support The Project, and showcase new and established bands.” He continued.
The Project is a community youth music programme for 8-19 year olds, currently engaged with over 200 young people in the South West Surrey area. The Project aims to give young musicians who are just starting out the experience of performing to a live audience, assisting in finding their creative identity and guidance on their journey.
We are currently accepting entries for The Project: Go On Tour, where three bands (chosen through 3 battle of the band heats) get to go on their very own mini tour. The Project: Go On Tour facilitates young musicians on a journey of self discovery, encouraging acceptance, support and self expression. Every entry will be given the opportunity to develop their creativity – so all entries are winners. For more information, and to enter, please visit out The Project @ The Boileroom Facebook group here: http://bit.ly/2fCqKqQ

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