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Sixties Retro

Concert Room Saturday 26th August

Entry is free for members and £2 for guests


We take you back to when bands like The Beach Boys, The Beatles and The Byrds were high in the charts. The Mini and the E-Type Jaguar were the cars of choice, Twiggy and the Miniskirt graced the catwalk and great songs filled with swirling guitars and sweet harmonies were everywhere.

Sharp suited and booted, Sixties Retro are bringing on back the good times with all the hits from your favourite decade covering songs from artists such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Small Faces, The Who, The Beach Boys, The Kinks, The Dave Clark Five, The Hollies, Spencer Davis Group, Manfred Mann, Herman's Hermits, Neil Diamond, Sandie Shaw, Lulu, Gerry and the Pacemakers, The Swinging Blue Jeans, The Fourmost, The Foundations, The Tremeloes, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, Tommy James & The Shondells, The Kingsmen, The Contours, The Velvelettes and many more....

Just as Sergeant Pepper said ... "A splendid time is guaranteed for all!"


The Subterraneans

Concert Room Sunday 27th August

Entry is £10 tickets available soon. Call Dave Clarke on 07956 692375 to reserve yours.


The Subs Formed in 1998 from two well renowned bands. Dangerfield And Baby on Board. All achieving success followed appearing on The Chris Evans shows, Glastonbury and Phoenix festivals in 1997 and touring with Roy Wood. They are a 5 piece band who not only cover great classics like U2, Killers, Kings of Leon, but also backed cult punk queen Hazel O'Connor for ten years, The Subs have also backed artists Toyah Willcox, Carol Decker, Pauline Black, Rankin Roger, Neville Staples, Vince Hill. Look out for The Subs' live show. It's big, lively with amazing production from Grammy award winning producer Roger Lomas.


Bang On The Ear

Concert Room Saturday 2nd September 2017

Entry is free for members, £2 for guests

bang on the ear

Born in early 1996 'Bang on the Ear' started out as a mostly traditional Irish/folk band playing mainly in folk clubs around the Midlands, but as the band naturally progressed more professional gigs beckoned. The band have a very varied program of music ranging from traditional Irish songs and tunes to more contemporary Irish music such as the Pogues, Van Morrison, the Saw Doctors, Goats Don't Shave, Christy Moore and U2 . The band has a fondness for the songs of Lennon & McCartney and several always make an appearance during the set!

We couldn't afford them for St Patrick's Day but this is the next best thing!