UPCOMING LIVE EVENTS

Wed 7th July
THE BASEMENT BAR
Singer-songwriter's hauntingly beautiful voice creates vividly intelligent emotional landscapes in her confessional song-writing.
Book Tickets
£ 12.00

Sun 11th July
GREEN NOTE
A progressive fusion of folk and jazz, combining beautifully crafted songs, infectious guitar picking and a defiant voice.
Book Tickets
£ 12.00

Wed 14th July
GREEN NOTE
Cellist, singer and songwriter brings her EP to life in its freshest form with her first ever full band gig
Book Tickets
£ 10.00

Thu 15th July
GREEN NOTE
New Roots presents acclaimed Irish singer-songwriter Louis Brennan with his full band, plus support form Michele Stodart (The Magic Numbers). ‘A master storyteller with a voice like rolling thunder’ – GQ Magazine.
Book Tickets
£ 11.00

Fri 23rd July
THE BASEMENT BAR
A unique combo of ratty jazz, drowned pop, magic & mystery inspired by the likes of Tom Waits, Nina Simone, Jaques Brel and the Shangri-Las...
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Mon 26th July
GREEN NOTE
Roundtable Collective presents... an exciting double bill!
Book Tickets
£ 15.00

Sat 7th August
GREEN NOTE
Down and dirty savage swamp infested gypsy blues
Book Tickets
£ 12.50

Wed 15th September
GREEN NOTE
Lyrics “gloriously delivered with intonation, inflections and high notes which evoke Joni Mitchell at her very best” - Folk Radio UK
Book Tickets
£ 12.50

Fri 1st October
THE BASEMENT BAR
A unique combo of ratty jazz, drowned pop, magic & mystery inspired by the likes of Tom Waits, Nina Simone, Jaques Brel and the Shangri-Las...
Book Tickets
£ 10.00

Wed 13th October
THE LEXINGTON
Declared by music critics as a cross between Janis Joplin, Florence Welch and Courtney Barnett, Lauren Ruth Ward is a force of nature!
Book Tickets
£ 14.50

Wed 27th October
GREEN NOTE
A creative combination rekindling the historically significant musical relationship between Hamburg and England.
Book Tickets
£ 12.50

Fri 29th October
GREEN NOTE
One of Sweden's hottest acts!
Book Tickets
£ 14.00

Wed 3rd November
THE WATER RATS
“A thumping depth of passion, recalling the intensity and melancholic overtones of Nick Cave and Leonard Cohen.”
Book Tickets
£ 15.00