The Great Malarkey, Mama Moonshine, Kiki & The Tiger

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Get your dancing shoes on this is going to be a wild night of infectious rhythms from the upbeat gypsy dancefloor punk of festival whirling dervishes The Great Malarkey to the Soulful R'n'R sounds of Mama Moonshine and the punky hippy disco jazz of KikiandtheTiger!!

After the live music DRM RLL PLS will be hosting a night of disco sounds to keep you dancing till 2.30am!


Influenced by the likes of Tom Waits, The Pixies, The Pogues, Beirut, Nick Cave, Fanfare Ciocarlia, Manu Chao, The Dead Brothers and Toots and the Maytals (the latter of whom they supported with only their third gig), The Great Malarkey are riotous mix of musical styles and genres delivered in a “multicultural train of fast beats and trembling slams of punk-folk spirit”. (

Drawing on their experience of over six years of extensive touring, with shows at Bestival (UK), the London Olympics, Boomtown (UK), Colours of Ostrava (CZ), Tønder Festival (DK), to name but a few, and mainstream airplay in both the UK and Denmark, The Great Malarkey continue to delight audiences across the UK and Europe with their explosive, “balls to the wall”, high energy live shows.


Smokey jazz to funk and rock 'n' roll. This homegrown blend of soulful rhythm and blues for fans of Alabama Shakes and Fleetwood Mac

Crowds across the UK have fallen in love with Ruth's soulful voice, punctuated by the band's upbeat melodies. The strong and audacious music sets the stage, allowing Ruth's electrifying yet warm performances to captivate every audience and leave them wanting more.


Punky hippy disco jazz!

£6 in advance / £7 OTD

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