Frankenstein's Halloween is set to be yet another tonight to remember..
With Frankenstein himself being your host behind the bar, with a one night only, special edition, drinks menu..
Society the Clown being your guide to our band floor, where we have a line-up of Liverpools finest musicians and bands featuring:
Your Host, Society The Clown
Cat Called Dog
Downstairs in our newly formed, for one night only, Crypt, is being brought to you by Ed Bolar. A zombie gentleman who will be hosting our all night open mic stage..
Bring your noisy toys.
doors at 7pm for both floors
Upstairs £4. Free shot on entry.
Cellar bar Free Entry
Strictly 18+ only. ID required.
Not for those with a nervous disposition
Cellar bar Free Entry. Band Room £4 (Free shot). Age limit: 18+
Northside originally formed in 1989 in Manchester amidst the scene that produced The Stone Roses, The Happy Mondays, The Inspiral Carpets and The Charlatans. Signed to Factory Records the band split in 1992 but after the re-issue of their classic album Chicken Rhythms, in 2006, the band have reformed. With hits such as Shall We Take a Trip?, My Rising Star, and Take 5 behind them, they plan to bring a little of the late eighties, early nineties Manchester magic back to the stage.
Formed after Rusty's encounter with Studio Manager Mary Campbell and a visit to Jimi Hendrix's Electric Lady Studios are a five piece rock band hailing out of Melbourne, Australia. Fronted by the smokey vocals of Rusty Brown, other members are: Irwin Thomas, Pete Robinson, Alex Raunjak and Venom on drums. Often described as classic rock, Electric Mary cites inspirations from a number of bands and musicians from Deep Purple to David Bowie their sound encompassing a combination of rich guitar riffs, bass and drums.
The Spitfires are playing The Lomax as part of their Stand Down Tour and bring their firebrand of Street Modernism with them. Support comes from local heroes In By Ones and Birmingham's The Samuel Rogers Band.
Take a group of the hottest contemporary fiddle players from the Highlands and
Islands of Scotland, mix with some wonderfully sympathetic key
board and guitar
arrangements and you’ve got the award winning
ver the last 15
no other band has quite captured the excitement, passion and sensitivity of
the distinct flavour
of music from their
part of the Highlands and Islands. Blending solo
and ensemble sets
occasional insightful tale, they all come together in a fiery blend to excite your senses.
Celebrating the title of
Folk Band of the Year
at the Scot Trad
Music Awards 2013
promoting their latest album
and with a new line up;
on guitar/fiddle and
on keyboard deliver a musically
ning for all.
"changing direction as tightly as a flock of birds, their reels can take your breath
“Blazin’ Fiddles were almost literally on fire, in terms of technical calibre and
Orkney Festival May 2013
he main stage crescendo started in earnest with Blazin’ Fiddles in the early
evening. One of the all time, good times bands, rooted in complete mastery of their
instruments, Blazin’ Fiddles epitomise those musicians who perform out of sheer
enjoyment of th
e music they make. As ever, at the finish, the audience have the