1. The Trembling Bells
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  • Those Trembling Bells return...

    Those Trembling Bells return...

    Last seen in Ramsgate late last year touring with Mike Heron of the Incredible String Band. This return is delivering their 5th Album ‘The Sovereign Self’ which is a whole different beast.

    Much darker with guns blazing from the 1st track, driving, dramatic and at times hallucinatory work, filled with a great sense of tension and release; a witches’ brew, a psychedelic stew mixing up the range of the band’s musical interests – everything from ramshackled ballads to ancient May Day chants, swaggering acid rock to swirling prog epics.

    Alex Neilson and his crew’s return is much anticipated, come see for yourself.

  • Next up... NEW COMEDY with Lou Sanders

    Next up... NEW COMEDY with Lou Sanders

    Next up…
    NEW COMEDY with Lou Sanders.

    GROUP TICKET DISCOUNTS: Bring mates… get in cheaper

  • Friday night is JOLIE HOLLAND night

    Friday night is JOLIE HOLLAND night

    “Timeless and classic but totally her own. Holland is in the same league as Waits, Rickie Lee Jones, Randy Newman, and Kevin Coyne, and almost beyond category.” – ICON Mag

    “A complete rethink has resulted in the most uninhibited and visceral album of her career, on which she carves out a unique position somewhere between Lucinda Williams’ South Gothic (Route 30),
    Ricki Lee Jones’ jazzy bohemianism “(Out On The Wine Dark Sea”) and the feral blues of Polly Harvey (“Dark Days”). Electric guitars squall to make your speakers shake (“On and On”) and the earthy rhythms of “Waiting For The Sun.” Throw with raw, gospel intensity. Magnificent.” – Uncut

  • Hot Sauce – Spinning a smouldering 45 rpm club action

    Hot Sauce – Spinning a smouldering 45 rpm club action

    Dj’s Dean Thatcher and Emmet Keane deliver us HOT SOURCE. A night of molten musical mayhem with guest dj Robert Burr.

    Spinning a smouldering 45 selection of Soul, Ska, Rhythm’n‘Blues, Reggae, Northern, Popcorn and a bit of this’n‘that!

    8-2am

  • Kathryn Williams slides into Ramsgate

    Kathryn Williams slides into Ramsgate

    ‘By inhabiting and responding to a genuinely significant work of literature, Williams has produced her own spellbinding piece of art’

    8/10 Clash Magazine

    ‘William’s delivery is trapped amidst Ed Harcourt’s arrangements, whose depth recalls Calexico and Portishead’
    ****The Independent

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