Andy Fairweather Low and the Low Riders has been rescheduled due to other touring commitments. The show at Clarence Hall will now take place on Friday August 26. Original bookings remain valid for this change of date. Some seats still available
We are beyind thrilled to host a very special, intimate show featuring the legendary Ginger Wildheart & The Sinners at Le Pub in Newport. DO NOT DELAY, ULTRA LIMITED CAPACITY!!
Ginger Wildheart & The Sinners were formed in August 2019 when Ginger joined forces with Neil Ivison and Nick Lyndon from the band Stone Mountain Sinners. The line up was completed with drummer Shane Dixon (Tri-City Fanfare) and the band played their first live shows in November 2019. The band played to a full tent at last years Beautiful Days Festival and will release their debut single in May 2022, with the album following in early October this year.
One of the best and hardest working guitarists to emerge from south Wales in recent years in James Oliver. We welcome him to Abergavenny’s Melville Theatre on Thursday April 14th (the day before BH Friday…) where he and his band will perform a special set of songs by one of his personal inspirations, The Pirates (Shakin All Over, Please Don’t Touch..) . The late, great Deke Leonard of legendary Welsh rockers Man once said “speaking as a guitarist, James Oliver scares the hell out of me…) With over 8 million YouTube views, and only 70 seats in the Melville…don’t wait too long. Support from Mike Parker
With ongoing complications on international travel, the decision to reschedule Wolfgang Flur’s appearance at Clarence Hall has been taken. The new date is Saturday October 8th, all tickets for the original show remain valid.