Due to the recent government advice that all non-essential social contact should cease, we see it as our social responsibility to close our doors for the immediate future, this will be reviewed every 2 weeks based on government advice.

The health and safety of our team and guests is at the forefront of our minds in making this decision.

We are working hard with promoters to reschedule as many events as possible and would like to thank you for your patience so far.

You’ll be notified by the ticket outlet you purchased with as soon as we have more information. Most events will be postponed until later in the year, and your tickets will remain valid, though if you can’t attend the new date for any reason you’ll be entitled to a refund.

Please also check our socials and this page of our website where we’ll leave details on a show by show basis as soon as we have them.

We look forward to welcoming you back to the venue as soon as possible. Stay safe.


Mon 23rd Nov

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