Since opening in the heart of Bath, England in on New Years Eve 1978, Moles has earned itself legendary status for its involvement in hosting and championing live music from acts on both a global and local scale.

Under the independent ownership of Live Music lovers Phil Andrews & Tom Maddicott, the Moles stage has been graced with such great acts as The Cure, The Smiths, Radiohead, Oasis, Blur, Eurythmics, Bastille, Ed Sheeran, Wolf Alice, PJ Harvey, Primal Scream and First Aid Kit, to name but a few. Wherever possible, Moles always draws on Bath’s very rich live music scene of bands and artists for support for these bigger names, exposing local acts to larger audiences to help both push their careers in music as well as enriching the local scene as a whole. As well as this Live Bands, Moles has also pushed many big dance acts and DJ’s such as Fatboy Slim, Annie Mac, Andrew Weatherall, Eats Everything, Groove Armada, Daniel Avery, Carl Cox, Honey Dijon and many more.

Moles believes live music is for everyone, so we welcome all to our venue, regardless of gender, disability, race or sexuality. The venue is situated on George Street, with the main entrance at street level. With prior arrangement, we can also allow customers to enter via road level into the basement. Queue jump is available for those who can’t stand for long periods of time, personal assistant tickets are also available (please email to book). Gender Neutral Toilets are available. Accessible viewing area. If you require a seat for the show, there are a few options available. We can provide a seat to the left hand side of the stage, or alternatively, we can arrange a more suitable position if required. Please contact us to discuss. There is also a quieter space available, with a projection of the show. We are able to reserve a sofa in this area for you if needed. For our full accesibility statement please visit


Assistance dogs welcome. Information available online and/or staff available to advise on further support. Personal assistant ticket available. Queue jump available for people that can't stand for long periods of time.