Penelope Isles – 18.05.21 by Willow Shields
We are curators of emerging, national and local music, community and creative arts events since 2006; The Boileroom is an award-winning 275 capacity venue in the South East, UK.
Over the years we’ve had artists like Ed Sheeran, Foals, The Bronx, First Aid Kit, Lucy Rose, Wolf Alice, Sugarhill Gang, Lee Scratch Perry, You Me At Six, Bastille, The 1975, David ‘Ram Jam’ Rodigan OBE, Declan McKenna, Tony Christie; and The Amazons to name a few.
The team are committed to bringing some of the most diverse and talented artists across all genres of contemporary music; with the driving principle to create an inclusive space for all walks of life to enjoy the culture of live music.
The venue nurtures the future leaders of the music industry as well as emerging artists.
The venue nurtures the future leaders of the music industry as well as emerging artists; and former employees and interns have gone on to become CEOs, A&Rs, Production Managers, TMs, touring sound engineers, booking agents, and so much more.
A Quick Tour…
Music Week Spirit of the Scene award 2018 // Best Entertainment Venue: Best Bar None Awards 2017 // Best Entertainment Venue: Best Bar None 2016 // Best Entertainment venue: Surrey Life awards 2016 // Overall winner and Best Independent Pub: Best Bar None awards 2015 // Trude Adler Award: John Connell Awards 2010.
VENUE CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
Steve Lamacq BBC6 Music show’s live broadcast for IVW 2018 at The Boileroom // M.D Dominique Frazer included in Wegottickets Indie 50 2017 // Live tracks recorded at the venue for IVW 2018 first live LP for Record Store Day 2018 // 100th venue to achieve bronze status for Attitude Is Everything charter of best practice
Always The Sun Festival in Stoke Park, Guildford, Vintage Guildford markets at Guildford Cathedral and Holy Trinity Church; Lewis Watson at St Mary’s Church, Martin Carthy & David Swarbrick at Holy Trinity Church; curating stages at Magic Summer Live 2013, Redfest, Staycation Live, the Guildford Beer Festival; Guildford Artist and Makers Festival; and Neverworld.
We are working with Music Venue Trust to establish and share with you our best practice – we’ve got the resources and policies in place to keep artists, crew and our audiences safe.
Hundreds of venues like ours have opened for socially distanced shows, with over 5000 shows taking place in the last month! Artists and crews are back to work, and audiences, communities and friends are once again able to celebrate being together. Big thank you for all of your continued support.
Find out more here about how you can play your part and enjoy live music safely, and with confidence.
So much love from the Boileroom Team and we look forward to seeing you all!