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  • Jazz Funk Night
    February 15, 2020
    7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Doors 7.30pm. Starts 8pm. Tickets £10 online. £12 OTD. Join us for a night of upbeat funky jazz and brass with The Little Big Horns and be prepared to blow those cobwebs away with some amazing music played by some amazing musicians, which sounds amazing live.

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  • Louis & The Iguanas
    May 17, 2019
    8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Doors Open 7.30 pm – Concert from 8 pm  Tickets £12 on the door – £10 online – £7 concessions (students/unwaged/income support) What do we play? Ska, Reggae, Funk, Soul and Rock n Roll. We love the big dubby numbers by artists such as Black Uhuru, as well as the lighter Ska songs by Prince


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Monkey Chuckle – Doors open 7.30pm – Gig starts 8pm  Tickets £8 online – £10 on the door Cons £5 – students/unwaged/income support Over the last few years Monkey Chuckle have performed their explosive brand of funk to thousands of people across the UK, from the local pubs and clubs of their home town of


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Tickets £9 on line – Door price £10  Doors open 7.30pm Band on at 8pm ( concessions £8 – student/unwaged ) What do we play? Ska, Reggae, Funk, Soul and Rock n Roll. We love the big dubby numbers by artists such as Black Uhuru, as well as the lighter Ska songs by Prince Buster,


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Tickets £9 on line – Door price £10  Doors open 7.30pm Band on at 8pm ( concessions £8 – student/unwaged ) What do we play? Ska, Reggae, Funk, Soul and Rock n Roll. We love the big dubby numbers by artists such as Black Uhuru, as well as the lighter Ska songs by Prince Buster,


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Mark Lawrence Quartet Doors Open 7.30pm – Band on at 8pm –  Tickets £9 online  & £10 on the door. Concession £5 – students, unwaged/income support. Mark Lawrence has a playing style of “vocalising guitar that hints at Hendrix via George Benson” and has performed at various festivals and club dates in the UK including the