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Without music life would be a mistake .....

Our intimate venue creates an enjoyable atmosphere for both performer and audience.






Wednesday 18 November and Thursday 19 November - Doors 7.30pm


Tickets: £13.75 HERE


Tuesday 24 November - Doors 7.30pm


Tickets free of charge HERE

You might not know it yet, but Mahalia is set to become one of the biggest stars in the UK.

The Leicester born singer songwriter pens love soaked pop songs that display a maturity beyond her years, but somehow retains a youthful tone that would fit perfectly over any beat. After appearing in a viral video collaborating with Ed Sheeran, and recently featuring on Rudimental's We The Generation, 2016 looks set to be Mahalia's year.

Having just smashed dates supporting Kwabs, Mahalia is ready to step out of the shadows. Bristol, don't sleep on this one.


Saturday 28 November - 9pm


Country Rock & Roll

Their sound is a unique mix of three part vocal harmony, rowdy drumming and fuzzed out guitar solos, all at the heart of which lie catchy melodies; its roots rock and country twang but played with a swagger.

They played their first gig in autumn 2013 soon after forming and delivered a dynamic high energy performance which set the standard for all of their shows since.
Following a breakthrough summer in 2014 which saw the band play main stages at major festivals including Grillstock and Boomtown Fair, the four-piece were then signed to Greystone Records on which they released their debut album 'Alligator Joyride'.

Recorded in under a week and mixed using vintage analogue equipment, 'Alligator Joyride' captures the intensity of the The Montgomerys' live shows whilst bringing to life the character of each song. At the core of the album's sound is their individual spin on country rock, and with appearances from guest musicians playing Hammond organ and slide guitar peppered throughout, 'Alligator Joyride' is just as diverse as it is raucous.



Monday 30 November - Doors 7.30pm

KARIMA FRANCIS - Tickets £5.50

Tickets HERE

Karima Francis is quite an underrated artist in the UK music scene and has that old school Tracy Chapman vibe to her style of music, which I love. Today she dropped a rough mix of her new track called Remember Me and I personally don't see what's so rough about it as this is all kinds of awesome. Karima's voice just takes you on a journey from start to finish with her vocals soaring at just the right places each time and a sense of emotion you don't come across everyday - Jakk
























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