midweek, we CLOSE THE CURTAINS
outside of the weekends, we close the curtains and dim the lights, for a series of intimate, candle-lit gigs in our conservatory. A limited number of tables are available for dinner during these shows (unless otherwise stated), for which booking is strongly recommended. Doors at 8.30pm, show starting at 9pm.
weekends mean LATE NIGHT LIVE
Late Night Live comes at the weekends, where the music gets a bit louder, the drinks flow a bit faster and things go on a bit later. A band plus DJ continues to be the format of these nights, often with one of the band themselves spinning for the night, offering an insight into the musical influences that go into the bands own sets, but more importantly keeping you dancing either side of the band being on stage. Entry to all Late Night Live gigs remains free, with things kicking off about 10pm.
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|Thursday 27th August|
Maeve O’Boyle (25) is a singer and songwriter from Glasgow, Scotland with a flair for penning intelligent, captivating songs topped off with a voice that can melt your heart or tempt you to arms.
Maeve’s debut album ‘All My Sins’ was released in 2009 to mass critical acclaim and documented Maeve’s teenage years as a singer and songwriter vying for a place within the ever-evolving music industry.
Having taken a self-imposed break from music, and some three years on, Maeve is gearing up for the release of her second studio album, ‘Being Patient’.
“I’m really excited about this record. It’s clear that I needed the break to experience new things. My enthusiasm for music is back and I feel re-energised and motivated again…”
|Thursday 17th September|
The String Contingent
Virtuosic instrumental trio The String Contingent compose and perform music of sparkling beauty and originality that explores the full spectrum of musical expression. Australians Chris Stone (violin) and Holly Downes (double bass) with Scotsman Graham McLeod (guitar) integrate disparate musical styles through their own refined acoustic sensibilities
|Thursday 24th September||Nieves|
|Saturday 26th September|| |
|Thursday 1st October||RURA|
|Sunday 11th October||Scott Wood Band|
|Thursday 15th October||Rachel Hair Trio|
|Thursday 22nd October|| |
Saturday 31st OCtober Halloween party!
Thursday 12th November Tony McManus
Sunday 20th December Special Christmas Party, with guest to be announced in November. £15