What’s on this week 21 – 27 November 2022

Last week was a blast with two of our favourites – Professor Elemental and Attila the Stockbroker both filling the house (both shows were recorded for our Patreon community if you missed them). We were also honoured to host a poetry evening for Transgender Day of Remembrance on Sunday.

Welcome to our two new Patreon community members, Pamela and Jon, thanks so much for your support!

Scroll down to find out what’s on this week – we hope to see you soon.

Our community pantry and cafe are open this week Wednesday 11am – 3pm and 6 – 9pm, Thursday 11am – 3pm and Saturday 11am – 3pm serving vegan cakes, snacks and soups, hot & cold drinks and a selection of wines, beers, ciders, gin and rum.

Thursday 24 November 7.30
Tuppenny Bunters – The Hangover Tour

“Annoying and refreshing in equal parts.”
“Baffling, irritating and spellbinding.”

Dave and Fi Dulake’s previous band, The Virgo Intacta, were 1st support on The White Stripes “Satan” tour, but now they are TUPPENNY BUNTERS (named after Regency prostitutes.) The Bunters songwriting is all the way down the cracks between Pete Ham, Syd Barrett and Lionel Bart, but their live performance sits precariously on a web spun by X Ray Spex, The White Stripes, Wings and Sparks.

Patreon supporters, look out for the special guest list code to claim a free ticket to this show.

We will also be streaming this show online – free to Patreon supporters or by pay-as-you-feel online ticket.

Book here

Friday 25 November 7.00
Moving Voices – November 2022, special guest Eden Irving

Our longest running event, poetry and song open mic with special guest Eden Irving, hosted by RKP

Book here

Saturday 26 November 5.30
Dave Pubble’s Hub Quiz

Join us for an evening of questions and conundrums with your host Dave Hubble.

Tickets are £3 and there will be a prize for the winning team!

Come with friends to form a team or on your own to join in with others, all welcome.

Book here

About janifranck

Artist, activist, founding director of The Art House in Southampton.
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