Independent Venue Week 2019 Gig Guide – Monday (28 Jan)

Independent Venue Week 2019 kicks off today (Monday 28 January) with a full programme of gigs – so there’s no excuse to make the most of the whole week.

Among the highlights tonight, this year’s ambassador Novelist kicks off his IVW tour at London’s 100 Club, while Songhoy Blues play Brighton’s Komedia, This Is The Kit are live at Ipswich’s The Smokehouse , Hull’s The New Adelphi welcomes Public Service Broadcasting, Black Midi are heading to The Windmill in London and former ambassador, and Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess plays Bournemouth’s The Old Fire Station.

Though that’s just for starters, here’s the full list of what’s in store.


Bath Komedia – Raise The Bar (Spoken Word)

Bath Moles – Get The Blessing, Tiny Leaves, Big Jeff Johns (DJ Set)

Birmingham The Castle & Falcon – Tim Burgess & The Anytime Minutes, Average Sex

Bournemouth Sixty Million Postcards – Pip Blom, No Violet

Edinburgh Leith Depot – Erb & Ting, Bad Mama’s Kiss, The Smoking Jeffreys

Bournemouth The Old Fire Station – Michale Graves (Ex Misfits),Noise Pollution, Miseria Hallows

Brighton Komedia – Songhoy Blues

Bristol Crofters Rights   – Old Sea Brigade

Cambridge Junction – East Pointers

Cardiff The Moon – Tara Clerkin, Saccharyn, Chikaya, Esio

Edinburgh Sneaky Petes – Makeness

Glasgow The Blue Arrow Jazz Club – Graeme Stephen, Aidan O’Rourke Quartet

Glasgow The Hug and Pint – Brigid Mae Power

Guildford Rock – Childcare

Guildford The Boileroom – Simple Fiction, LongDayLateNight

Hull The New Adelphi – Public Service Broadcasting

Ipswich The Smokehouse – This Is The Kit, Rozi Plain, Bessie Turner

Leeds Oporto – Gary Stewart

Liverpool The Zanzibar Club – Adam Jay, The Dissident, Reign, Flogging The Dead Horse, Joe Moylan

London 229 – The Young Hearts, Delaire, The Liar

London Aces & Eights – Anna MacDonald, Ainsley Hamill

London Paper Dress Vintage – Me and The Moon, I Said Yes, Callum Pitt

London The 100 Club – Novelist

London The Elgar Room at The Royal Albert Hall –  Sarathy Korwar & UPAJ Collective

London The Five Bells – Famous, James Martin & The Guest, Brother May, Merlin Nova

London The Half Moon, Putney –James Walsh (Starsailor)

London The Social – Ugly

London The Windmill – Black Midi, Jerskin Fendrix, PVA, Baraka

Manchester Gullivers – Acid Dad

Manchester Jimmy’s – Jerry Williams

Milton Keynes MK11 – Comedy Night

Milton Keynes The Stables – Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy

Newton Abbot Kingskerswell Parish Church – Beth Rowley

Newcastle Think Tank – Lost Under Heaven

Nottingham The Angel Microbrewry – Argesk

Salford The Eagle Inn –           Genevieve L. Walsh

Scunthorpe The Lincoln Imp – Hacktivist

Sheffield Record Junkee – Conan, Blind Mondayarch, Firebreather

Stowmarket –John Peel Centre for Creative Arts      Kursk, The Interesting Times Gang, The Fifths, Sophie Mahon

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