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Moving Magnets, Blind Fiction, Mama-Sang And The Robot and What About Wolves Poster - The Brickyard, Carlisle - 25th July 2014
Poster by Nathan Linney

  Friday 25th July 2014
MOVING MAGNETS
BLIND FICTION

MAMA-SANG AND THE ROBOT
WHAT ABOUT WOLVES

Moving Magnets are an alternative rock band from the heart of Cumbria. With influences ranging from grunge to Brit pop they've created their own sound and made their own stamp on the local music scene.


Blind Fiction began in the summer of 2011 as a series of living-room jams, before morphing into the 4-piece outfit that faces you today. The band has put together an exciting set of original material with a diverse range of influences, receiving comparison to post-punk outfits such as the Stranglers and Echo & The Bunnymen.


Mama-Sang And The Robot are a 4 piece west Cumbrian band. They pride themselves on writing original rock n roll and playing live shows. Their sound is recognisable by bold guitar riffs, catchy melodies, solid backing section and some big guitar solos.

The pure love for music can be seen in these guys at there live shows. All hailing from different types of music there is a true mix and something you just can't put your finger on in there original songs


What About Wolves are a five piece band from Dumfries. Their style is indie rock but they also have other influences such blues, rock and the ukulele orchestra of Great Britain.

Doors: 8pm
Admission: £4.00 advance. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. Alternatively pop into The Kings Head (over 18s only) or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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Anything Goes Silent Disco - The Brickyard, Carlisle - Saturday 26th July 2014
Poster by Ben Thomas
  Saturday 26th July 2014
ANYTHING GOES SILENT DISCO

Choose from two DJs at any one time and get a pair of headphones included in the entry price (to be returned on exit of the venue). Expect pop, rock, rap and reggae with some guilty pleasures thrown in for good measure. They'll also be funk, dance, hip hop, indie and a whole lot more to move your feet to.

There are only 200 sets of headphones available so we recommend purchasing a ticket in advance to avoid disappointment.

£1.00 - Selected shots
£1.50 - Selected bottles
£2.00 - Vodka & mixer
£2.00 - Jägerbomb
£2.50 - Red Stripe

Doors: 10pm
Admission: £6.00 advance / £8.00 on the door. Ages 18+
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. Alternatively pop into S4*, The Kings Head (over 18s only) or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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Religion Of Tomorrow, Hellion Rising, Death Crash Trucker and the March of the Sabretooth Tigers and Tundra - The Brickyard, Carlisle - Saturday 2nd August 2014
Poster by Vincent Walden
  Saturday 2nd August 2014
RELIGION OF TOMORROW
HELLION RISING
DEATH CRASH TRUCKER AND THE MARCH OF THE SABRETOOTH TIGERS
TUNDRA


Religion Of Tomorrow were formed in Whitehaven in 2011 featuring Jordan Charters, Karl Christian and Richard Gill. This line-up settled after numerous changes and began developing their sound over the coming months, with sounds from memorable guitar riffs and aggressive drums, to emotive vocals and anthemic choruses.


With a reputation of being loud and energetic, Hellion Rising combine their love for classic heavy metal, with modern groove filled licks to produce their own brand of original groove metal


Tease the pallet with a refreshing hit of metal from Death Crash Trucker and the March of the Sabretooth Tigers. The blend of soothing solos and monstorous riffs leaves a more ish aftertaste. Best enjoyed chilled with friends. Please enjoy responsibly.


Tundra are a 3-piece rock band from Workington. They formed late 2013 when childhood buddies Dave and Hux started rehearsing with Dan. Their influences of Velvet Revolver, Nirvana and the Offspring has evolved into a loud punk rock set.

Doors: 8pm
Admission: £4.00 advance / £6.00 on the door. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. Alternatively pop into S4*, The Kings Head (over 18s only) or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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Colt 45

Colt 45 Album Launch with Electric River, The Hostiles and Youth Salute Poster - The Brickyard, Carlisle - Saturday 9th August 2014
Poster by G.J.W.W
  Saturday 9th August 2014
COLT 45
ELECTRIC RIVER
THE HOSTILES
YOUTH SALUTE


A proud homecoming Brickyard show for Colt 45 to celebrate the release of their debut album, 'The Tide Is Turning' on Visible Noise following Download Festival and Kendal Calling appearances.

It’s been one hell of a year for Colt 45. The melodic punks from Cumbria signed to Visible Noise last summer, hours before a surprise headline slot at Cockrock Festival, following the departure of rapper Wiley just 15 minutes in to his set. Since then, constant touring, including supports to Blitz Kids, Lower Than Atlantis, The Computers and Young Guns set them up nicely to hit the studio in February 2014 with go-to UK rock producer Romesh Dodangoda (Kids In Glass Houses, Funeral For A Friend, Twin Atlantic, Motorhead) to track debut album 'The Tide Is Turning', scheduled for release on 28th July.

"Hook-filled, heavily charged melodic punk” - Punktastic

“Anthemic street rock that’s urgent of pace, melodic of chorus, and as tight as Tommy Lee’s cockring.” - Classic Rock

“A trio of pissed off punks from Cumbria with some bloody big tunes.” - Kerrang!

"One of the UK’s best kept secrets, but not for long...” - Big Cheese

Support comes from Electric River described by Big Cheese magazine as 'The result of youthful energy and a healthy list of influences that culminate in all round catchy as hell numbers, fused with heavy handed melodies and social commentary. Bags of passion and heaps of power.'

The Hostiles will be bringing their upbeat energy of west coast US ska punk to the line-up via the less-sunny climes of west coast Scotland. Their take is spirited and infectious, combining distorted guitars riffs, low-slung rhythms, in-your-face vocals and a two-pronged brass backbone of trumpet and trombone. It’s a formula that’s helped the five-piece build a strong reputation on the live circuit as an act to be reckoned with, good times guaranteed.

Starting proceedings off will be newly formed Cumbrian trio Youth Salute formerly known as With Lights Out.

Doors: 8pm
Admission: £5.00 advance / £7.00 on the door. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. Alternatively pop into S4*, The Kings Head (over 18s only) or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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Fiona Clayton

Fiona Clayton, mylittlebrother and Arran George Poster - The Brickyard, Carlisle - Saturday 16th August 2014
Poster by Jade Wall
 

Saturday 16th August 2014
FIONA CLAYTON (FULL BAND)
MYLITTLEBROTHER

ARRAN GEORGE

Fiona Clayton comes with a six piece band channeling folk, rock and pop.

A fan of a diverse range of artists such as Tracey Chapman, Florence and the Machine, Bon Iver, Adele and Ben Howard, Fiona’s melodic folk-rock songs will resonate with all who hear them.

Having played alongside and supported the likes of Mumford & Sons, Bombay Bicycle Club, Camera Obscura, The Joy Formidable and Slow Club at events such as BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend, Kendal Calling and Liverpool Sound City, along with numerous BBC Sessions under their belts, Fiona and her band have just finished writing a second album and will be debuting the new material at their forthcoming shows.


mylittlebrother were formed when a group of people who like music got together and, fueled by gin and haribo, wrote and recorded some.

Their debut album "If We Never Came Down" has received amazing reviews and loads of airplay and they are all getting quite excited about what the future may hold. With Tom Robinson, Gideon Coe, Cerys Matthews and Laurie Beebe Lewis all singing their praises its easy to see why.


18 year old Arran George who'll be starting proceedings off hails from Egremont, Cumbria. The young songwriter has been writing songs since the age of 15 and with a unique style, he is currently creating his own sound.

It's a sound that has just seen Arran accepted into the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance in London as well as a slot at this year's Kendal Calling festival.

Doors: 8pm
Admission: £5.00 advance. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. Alternatively pop into S4*, The Kings Head (over 18s only) or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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Gaz & Daz' Vinyl Spintacular Poster - Saturday 23rd August 2014 - The Brickyard, Carlisle
Poster by One Owl Please
  Bank Holiday Weekend - Saturday 23rd August 2014
GAZ & DAZ' VINYL SPINTACULAR

Gaz and Daz return to The Brickyard with their eclectic mix of music, all played on good old fashioned vinyl.

Anything goes, from rock to punk, 70s and 80s and 90s classics, indie, plenty of disco, cheesy classics and nothing more recent. If you have your own favourites bring them along and give it an airing. Think Twisted Wheel, Flopps, Benvenuto's crossed with your old school disco and you won't be far away.

As always this is a 'Strictly no Meat Loaf' event.


Doors: 9pm
Admission: Free entry before 10pm, £2.00 thereafter. Ages 18+.

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Motown & Soul Night Poster - The Brickyard, Carlisle - Sunday 24th August 2014
Poster Vincent Walden
  Bank Holiday Weekend - Sunday 24th August 2014
MOTOWN & SOUL NIGHT

DJs playing all of the Motown and soul classics from Diana Ross & The Supremes to Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye, The Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, Smokey Robinson, The Ronettes, James Brown, Otis Redding, Martha Reeves, The Shangri-Las, Funkadelic, Donna Summer, Chaka Khan and many more.

£1.00 - Selected shots
£1.50 - Selected bottles
£2.00 - Vodka & mixer
£2.00 - Jägerbomb
£2.50 - Red Stripe

Doors: 10pm
Admission: Free entry before 11pm, £3.00 thereafter. Ages 18+.

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Funeral For A Friend   Friday 12th September 2014
FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND
THE SUN EXPLODES
OVER AND OUT.

Over the course of a decade, Funeral For A Friend has changed British rock music forever.

A bold, brave, yet undeniably true statement. The band’s journey from hardcore roots and DIY shows in Bridgend to major label records and worldwide tours has built a long and prosperous road that many home-grown bands from across the alternative spectrum have been travelling along ever since.

For those reasons (and more) it would be easy to understand if Funeral For A Friend chose to retreat into the comforts of nostalgia and the appealing warmth of retrospect as they prepare to unleash their sixth LP, Conduit. But, instead of seeking solace in the memories of past triumphs the band have set their feet forward as they embrace a newfound energy and passion for what they do on the record.

For singer Matthew Davies-Kreye, Conduit is their most honest and heartfelt record to date-

“For me the goal on this record was to be honest. I think we’ve tried that approach in the past but other people in the band have different ideas about how they see a record it can make it tough. Conduit is a new chapter for me in terms of performance and getting ideas and emotions across (a high priority for me on this record). I think with Romesh (Dodangoda, producer) we all did a really good job of putting our hearts on our sleeves.”

They are a band ready to explode, but most of all they are a group of guys who are thrilled to be where they are, and excited to be in the band they are in. Matt sums it all up best-

“My goals are simple- to work hard, play shows, have fun with my friends and make music that matters to me. Those are the only goals I’ve ever had when it comes to this band and they’re not going to change.”

Amen to that.

Doors: 8pm
Admission: £15.00 advance. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. Alternatively pop into S4*, The Kings Head (over 18s only) or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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Secret Affair

Secret Affair Poster - The Brickyard, Carlisle - Thursday 18th September 2014
Poster by James Reay
  Thursday 18th September 2014
SECRET AFFAIR

Legendary Mod Revival group Secret Affair, led by Ian Page & David Cairns, head to Carlisle for the first time with a show at The Brickyard as part of their 35th Anniversary Tour!

Secret Affair were the most popular of the Mod Revival scene groups of the late seventies and early eighties. From their very first gig, opening for The Jam at Reading University in February 1979, the band were adopted by a group of East End mods, who readily embraced Page’s Glory Boy concept. This group of fans began referring to themselves as Glory Boys.

Secret Affair had become so closely linked to the emerging mod revival that in March 1979 Cairns wrote what would become the youth movement’s main anthem, “Time For Action”.

The debut single "Time for Action" sold a quarter of a million copies and firmly established the group's popularity by hitting No. 13 in the national UK charts and gaining the band a slot on "Top of the Pops".

More chart success followed with “Let Your Heart Dance”, "Sound Of Confusion", "Do You Know" and "My World". Two incredible albums, “Glory Boys" and "Behind Closed Doors" cemented the band's reputation and led to them gracing the front cover of the NME, Smash Hits, Melody Maker and Sounds.

Doors: 7.30pm
Admission: £12.00 advance / £15.00 on the door. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. Alternatively pop into S4*, The Kings Head (over 18s only) or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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Kontiki Suite   Saturday 20th September 2014
KONTIKI SUITE
THE WELLGREEN
CASTANETTES
DJs COTTONCONTROLLER (KONTIKI SUITE) & JOHNNY THIEVES

Hitting the road again in support of their soon-to-be-released second album, local band Kontiki Suite play their first home-town gig for quite some time. Their 2012 debut album, 'On Sunset Lake', attracted a host of glowing reviews worldwide, including the honour of being named album of the year on more than one music blog.

The follow-up to 'On Sunset Lake' is in the can and due for release anytime soon, so expect to hear the best of both albums at the show.

Praise for 'On Sunset Lake'...

"Equal parts cosmic Americana, west coast psychedelia, and pastoral Englishness… you'll definitely be hearing a lot more about these guys." No.1 Album of the Year - Active Listener.

"I’m struggling to remember when I last fell in love with a record as gorgeous as this." No.1 Album of the Year - Monkey Picks.

"2013’s Next Big Thing and I’m already pencilling this in as one of my top albums of the year!" - Terrascope.

"A bumper thirteen tracks of Byrdsian jangle, late ’60s folk-rock vocal harmony and West Coast haze." - SKRBBLR.COM

"English dreaming seldom sounded so sweet" **** - Daily Mirror.


Support on the night comes from Glasgow’s The Wellgreen who combine classic sixties songwriting, early powerpop and psychedelia on top of vintage recording techniques to create a familiar yet fresh & original sound.

Having toured extensively over the last 2 years supporting Euros Childs & Stevie Jackson (as well as providing drums, bass, guitar and harmonies for both on their respective sets & records), 2013 saw The Wellgreen release their second album, Grin And Bear It on their own label, The Barne Society. They love writing songs, tea, blueberries, B&Q, shoes and sunshine.


Between and after the bands, expect to hear the best of psych, soul, rock’n’roll, blues, country and latin from the record collections of Kontiki Suite and their friends, including the inimitable Jonny Thieves.

Doors: 8pm
Admission: £5.00 advance / £6.00 on the door. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. Alternatively pop into S4*, The Kings Head (over 18s only) or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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Dragonforce   Tuesday 23rd September 2014
DRAGONFORCE

Dragonforce will embark on a massive 20 date UK and Ireland tour in September under the strapline ‘….this time it’s personal’ alluding to the fact that instead of playing a handful of larger venues the band are playing many shows geographically spread out across the country.

Commenting on the nature of the tour Herman Li said “We did a tour like this in between the 'Sonic Firestorm' and 'Inhuman Rampage' albums and have wanted to repeat it ever since but couldn’t because of touring commitments elsewhere in the world. This time we were determined to make it happen so we’re going to some cities we haven’t visited for years and some we’ve never visited at all.

One of the venues is a boat and one is a deconsecrated church! It will be great to see the fans up close and personal again, it’s going to be very hot, very sweaty and great fun!”.

Doors: 7.30pm
Admission: £16.00 advance. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. Alternatively pop into S4*, The Kings Head (over 18s only) or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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Die No More   Saturday 27th September 2014
Raz White Entertainment Presents:

DIE NO MORE - ALBUM LAUNCH
SEEK SOLACE IN RUIN
MOTHERLOAD

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Doors: 8pm
Admission: £5.00 advance / £8.00 on the door. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
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    Thursday 16th October 2014
TBA

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Doors: 7.30pm
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Kids In Glasshouses   Friday 17th October 2014
KIDS IN GLASS HOUSES
SAVE YOUR BREATH

After 10 successful years, Kids In Glass Houses have decided to call it a day.

This comes as no easy decision as Aled explains...“It's a surreal and daunting moment when you realise that you're contemplating bringing to an end something that has given you unquantifiable joy and satisfaction, and that is so personal that it embodies who you are or have been perceived as for so long.

”The band have had an incredible run which spans over 10 years. They’ve had chart success with multiple albums/singles, sold out numerous tours, toured with incredible bands and travelled the world doing what they do best. It’s a sad but an exciting time in the KIGH camp and no doubt their fans will be feeling the same.

Aled goes on...“It's not an easy void to comprehend filling, but I think now is the right time for us to do it. We're all unified in this belief and excited by the prospect of ending things in the best possible spirit at the end of the year. We've known this day was coming for quite a while and have done our best to make sure that the next few months are as memorable as those years that have come before. I really can't thank everyone who has supported us enough.

”To coincide with the tour the band are producing exclusive Smart Casual and Dirt T-shirt, Vinyl and screen print ticket bundles. These are available now (26th Feb) for pre-order from - http://www.kidsinglasshouses.com

The South Wales quartet started in 2003 and saw success on the strength of the singles "Give Me What I Want" and "Saturday" off their debut album Smart Casual in 2008. They released their second album Dirt early 2010, which saw the band releasing four singles from this, most notably "Matters at All". The band's third album, In Gold Blood, was released on 15 August 2011. Their fourth album, Peace, was released on 30 September 2013 through Transmission Records which mid weeked in the UK Official Charts Top 20.

Kids In Glass Houses are – Aled Philips (Vocals), Iain Mahanty (Guitar) , Joel Fisher (Guitar) , Andrew Sheehy (Bass) and Phil Jenkins (Drums).

Phil finishes with...“The October tour will be the last for Kids In Glass Houses. However sad that sounds, the whole idea behind this split is to make most of 2014, truly enjoy what we have & give the band an honorable send off. Let's celebrate.”

Doors: 8pm
Admission: £14.00 advance. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. Alternatively pop into S4*, The Kings Head (over 18s only), University of Cumbria Student Union Offices or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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New Rave Order Poster - The Brickyard, Carlisle - Saturday 18th October 2014   Saturday 18th October 2014
NEW RAVE ORDER

A night of hip-hop, breaks and drum 'n' bass all played on vinyl. Featuring DJs Lee Smith, Rinzer, Rayinthecloud, Nerve666 and Manic Acid.

Doors: 9pm - 3am
Admission: £3.00 advance / £5.00 on the door. Ages 18+.
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    Saturday 25th October 2014
MOTOWN & SOUL NIGHT

DJs playing all of the Motown and soul classics from Diana Ross & The Supremes to Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye, The Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, Smokey Robinson, The Ronettes, James Brown, Otis Redding, Martha Reeves, The Shangri-Las and many more.

£1.00 - Selected shots
£1.50 - Selected bottles
£2.00 - Vodka & mixer
£2.00 - Jägerbomb
£2.50 - Red Stripe

Doors: 10pm
Admission: Free entry before 11pm, £3.00 thereafter. Ages 18+.
   
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Marika Hackman  

Tuesday 4th November 2014
MARIKA HACKMAN
PLUS SUPPORT

"Redefining folk" - Dazed & Confused

"the lovechild of Nico and Joanna Newsom" - NYLON

"brooding folk music suffused with delicate melodies" - The Telegraph

Having wowed audiences across the UK in March with the addition of her newly formed live band, Marika Hackman has announced details of her largest UK headline tour to date. Opening in Edinburgh on 3rd November, the tour will see Marika playing a run of fifteen dates, ending in Brighton on Thursday 20th November at Green Door Store. Tickets will go on sale at 9:00 AM on Friday 11th July.

Intrigue is at the heart of Marika Hackman’s music but there’s something gloriously attainable about her as an artist and her commitment to touring and meeting with a receptive audience who are searching for the very same antidotes to the challenges of modern life.

After releasing a series of hugely revered singles and EPs over the last year, Marika Hackman is currently recording her highly anticipated debut album with producer Charlie Andrew (Alt-J, Eugene McGuinness), set for release later this year.

Doors: 7.30pm
Admission: £8.00 advance / £10.00 on the door. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. Alternatively pop into S4*, The Kings Head (over 18s only) or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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The Doors Alive   Friday 7th November 2014
Live! Planet Presents:
THE DOORS ALIVE

Back by popular demand!

The Doors Alive are a British tribute band widely regarded as the closest and most enthralling representation of the legendary 1960s rock gods The Doors in the world today.

The band re-create the sound, look, presence and magic of a real 1960s Doors concert, perfectly and effortlessly transporting the audience back in time with classic hits such as 'Light My Fire', 'When The Music's Over', 'Riders On The Storm', 'The End' and many more.

Willie Scott captures the look, attitude, and rich baritone voice of the late, great Jim Morrison with ease while his compadres showcase the musical chops of original Doors members Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger and John Densmore with finesse and skill.

To achieve that authentic Sixties sound, the band even use the very same instruments that members of the Doors originally used. These include a vintage Fender Rhodes Bass keyboard, a vintage Gibson keyboard and a vintage Gibson S.G guitar.

The Doors Alive have left audiences awestruck all over the world and repeatedly sell out some of the most respected venues in the business, including O2 Academies all over the U.K.

“Truly AMAZING… They capture the true spirit of The Doors” - Zane Lowe, BBC Radio 1.

"If you thought Val Kilmer was good, be warned this guy is even better. Moving and singing like Morrison the rich baritone clung to the air like molasses - Simply The best Doors tribute band on the road at the moment" - Ron Clooney (Author of "Mr. Mojo Risin).

"The Doors Alive is the best Doors "tribute" band that I've seen... Sometimes they sound more like The Doors then The Doors" - Doug Cameron (Assistant road manager to The Doors 1968/69).

Take a trip with one of the greatest bands that ever lived.

Doors: 8pm
Admission: £10.50 advance. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. Alternatively pop into S4*, The Kings Head (over 18s only) or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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The Guns N' Roses Experience   Saturday 8th November 2014
Platinum Productions Presents:
THE GUNS N' ROSES EXPERIENCE

"The Guns N' Roses Experience are the biggest, best and most in demand Gn'R tribute in Europe. Not an over-hyped claim, they prove it time after time.

Since their very first gig, The Guns N' Roses Experience train has been rolling at an incredible pace, visiting various Middle Eastern countries, mainland Europe, Cyprus, Ireland and all of the major venues in the UK.

With a true GN’R sound and stage show, The Guns N' Roses Experience meticulously recreates every visual detail and every musical note to capture that reckless spirit of the original Guns ‘N Roses legendary live performances. In a bone crushing two hour set, all the essentials are covered with breathtaking accuracy including 'Welcome To The Jungle', 'November Rain', 'Sweet Child O' Mine', 'Paradise City', 'Mr. Brownstone', 'You Could Be Mine', 'Nightrain', 'Rocket Queen', 'Knocking on Heaven’s Door' and so much more.Having played with current and past Gn'R members along with members of Cinderella, Alice Cooper, White Lion and Slash's Snakepit to high praise/rave reviews, The Guns N' Roses Experience have the only tribute band guitarist officially endorsed by Marshall amps, just like the legend Slash himself.

Together with 4 other GnR clones, these guys deliver a sound and look that is unequalled by any other band.

NOBODY DOES IT BETTER!".

Doors: 8pm
Admission: £10.00 advance / £12.00 on the door. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*.

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Queen II  

Friday 21st November 2014
Wannasee Presents:
QUEEN II

Queen II have been providing a breathtaking show and captivating audiences across the UK and Europe for years. Millions of fans across the world still mourn the loss of Freddie Mercury and this authentic four piece line up faithfully recreates the energy, excitement and emotion of a classic Queen concert, in staggering detail.

Queen II pays tribute to the world’s greatest rock band, with incredible accuracy. Delivering the powerful vocals and driving rock guitar, so reminiscent of the real thing, Queen II perform all the hits from every decade of Queen’s musical legacy.

Relive all the memories, from 'Bohemian Rhapsody' to 'We Will Rock You', 'Don’t Stop Me Now' to 'One Vision', this nostalgic show features all the classics and more.

Everything a queen fan could want - Queen II are truly the champion of tributes.

Doors: 8pm
Admission: £8.00 advance / £10.00 on the door. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*.Alternatively pop into S4*, The Kings Head (over 18s only) or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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Cockney Rejects  

Saturday 22nd November 2014
COCKNEY REJECTS
NO THRILLS
THE MUFF WIGS
THE MELTDOWNZ

Rarely in the long history of British rock’n’roll has there been a story of such depth, magnitude and sheer turbulence as that of the Cockney Rejects.

The band were formed in the late Seventies in East London as an answer to the art school punk that had dominated the scene up until then.

Fiercely working class in stance and attitude, the band eschewed the political ramblings of punk’s first wave and sang about the circumstances that surrounded them and millions of street kids in Britain’s inner cities- Police harassment, street battles and football to name three.

Signed by EMI after playing four local gigs (less than The Pistols!) they found themselves playing sell out tours the length and breadth of the UK and seeing their debut album storm the charts.

Top of the pops appearances followed, which became the stuff of legend as the band generally ran amok in the hallowed White city studios, finally getting banned from the show for their boisterous behavior.

In 1980 the band recorded a riotous version of ‘I’m forever blowing bubbles’ to celebrate the fact that their beloved West Ham United had reached the FA cup final that year, but their devotion to all things claret and blue proved to be their downfall as the gigs became battlegrounds between the band and rival supporters, culminating in the vicious ‘Battle of Birmingham’ that led to serious criminal charges that in turn led to the band being finished as a touring unit.

With the band’s first phase being over, in the interim they were discovered by a brand new fanbase such as US bands Rancid and Green Day, who cherished the Rejects and their terrace punk singalong anthems which, in turn, inspired a new generation of kids to check them out.

Due to overwhelming demand, the band returned to the live circuit in 2000, and have since gone from strength to strength, playing to hundreds of thousands of people across the globe with a live set that is so energetic that it has to be seen to be believed.

With the fractionalization of the late ‘70’s and early ‘80’s now gone for good, with every gig becoming a party for fans and band alike, the Cockney Rejects go from strength to strength.

With a feature length documentary, ‘East End Babylon’ and a brand new album of the same name being released in October 2012, there has never been a better time to check out the band that inspired a generation with their timeless brand of terrace sing along classics and white hot live set.

Doors: 8pm
Admission: £14.00 advance / £16.00 on the door. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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    Saturday 29th November 2014
MOTOWN & SOUL NIGHT

DJs playing all of the Motown and soul classics from Diana Ross & The Supremes to Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye, The Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, Smokey Robinson, The Ronettes, James Brown, Otis Redding, Martha Reeves, The Shangri-Las and many more.

£1.00 - Selected shots
£1.50 - Selected bottles
£2.00 - Vodka & mixer
£2.00 - Jägerbomb
£2.50 - Red Stripe

Doors: 10pm
Admission: Free entry before 11pm, £3.00 thereafter. Ages 18+.
     
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Saturday 6th December 2014
TBA
TBA

TBA
TBA

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Doors: 8pm
Admission: £5.00 advance / £8.00 on the door. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
     
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Wednesday 10th December 2014
TBA
TBA

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Doors: 7.30pm
Admission: £10.00 advance / £12.00 on the door. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
   
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Dirty/DC   Saturday 20th December 2014
DIRTY/DC

Due to the unprecedented demand for tickets for their sold out show earlier in the year, Dirty/DC have managed to free-up a date in their busy schedule to return to The Brickyard this December.

Dirty/DC have been playing throughout the UK and Europe since 1998 and have developed a line up and stage show that has made their reputation seriously strong amongst AC/DC fans.

Whether die hard fanatics or people who just want a good night out, every visual detail has been fine tuned from the wall of Marshalls to Angus' footwear, but most importantly the music delivery and stage show has an impact regularly described as 'Awesome!'.

Dirty/DC give real value for money with a full 2 hour+ show with all the AC/DC favourites from both Bon and Brian eras. So, if you love AC/DC and really want to rock - rock up to a Dirty/DC show soon!

'The best tribute band in Britain' - Kerrang! Magazine

'This isn’t a tribute, it’s a religious f**king experience!' - Metal Hammer Magazine

'A Great Show, they look and sound just like the real thing' - Classic Rock Magazine

Doors: 8pm
Admission: £10.00 advance. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. Alternatively pop into S4*, The Kings Head (over 18s only) or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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    Saturday 27th December 2014
MOTOWN & SOUL NIGHT

DJs playing all of the Motown and soul classics from Diana Ross & The Supremes to Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye, The Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, Smokey Robinson, The Ronettes, James Brown, Otis Redding, Martha Reeves, The Shangri-Las and many more.

£1.00 - Selected shots
£1.50 - Selected bottles
£2.00 - Vodka & mixer
£2.00 - Jägerbomb
£2.50 - Red Stripe

Doors: 10pm
Admission: Free entry before 11pm, £3.00 thereafter. Ages 18+.
   
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Bad Manners   Sunday 28th December 2014
BAD MANNERS
MAX SPLODGE

Formed in 1976 while attending Woodberry Down comprehensive school, London, Bad Manners went on to become heavyweight Ska legends and a much loved 1980s pop band. Between 1980 - 1983, Bad Manners spent 111 weeks in the UK's pop charts and the band had 12 hit singles which included Lip Up Fatty, My Girl Lollipop and Special Brew.

Although their line-up has fluctuated since their successful chart career, Buster Bloodvessel has always remained, continuing to play the classic anthems to audiences all over the world.

Their numerous TV appearances included many performances on Top of The Pops along with slots on Tiswas, Cheggers Plays Pop, The Time of Your Life, Nevermind The Buzzcocks and The Time & The Place. Buster often dressed up for Top of The Pops, much to the bemusement of the show's producer, and who can forget him clowning around in a frilly dress and a pair of DM's for the Can Can, playing the part of Henry VIII while singing to a Blow-Up Doll during Lorraine, and also pretending to be a human blackhead while performing Just A Feeling for the nation!

In 1981, the group performed in front of a television audience of millions at the Brit Awards, and Buster himself also starred in the movies 'Sammy & Rosie Get Laid' and 'Out of Order' in the late 80s, before landing a part in an episode of Boon in 1990. Classic track 'Special Brew' has promoted a popular biscuit and also a large UK supermarket chain on TV adverts in recent times.

Bad Manners have always been a non - stop party band and continue to hold that high accolade to this day, touring extensively both in Britain and abroad.

With support from Max Splodge, this promises to be one awesome night!

Lace up your boots, pull up your braces and get ready to party with Buster and the boys. You won't forget it!

Doors: 7.30pm
Admission: £17.00 advance / £20.00 on the door. Ages 14+. Please see entry policy for info.
Tickets: Buy tickets online* or call SeeTickets on 0871 220 0260*. Alternatively pop into S4*, The Kings Head (over 18s only) or The Brickyard. For all ticket enquiries please contact The Brickyard direct rather than the local outlets.

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