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Join us on Friday evenings from 5:30PM for live music and freshly made pizza! With various toppings including gluten free and vegan options and also a choice of base; sourdough or thin and crispy! Read below for all our live performances taking place. All events are free entry.

Pizza served from 6:00PM until 8:30PM - Music from 7:00PM until 9:00pm



Friday 12th April  The Poorbox Brothers

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The Poor Box Brothers are Marc Clements and Ben W King

Having played with innumerable bands on the road for over 40 years (including session work with Ginger Baker, Andy Rourke of The Smiths, and Van Morrison) Marc decided to get back to basics with harmonica player, Ben, and play the music that inspired him as a teenager.

Ben has been playing guitar for over a decade, having grown up listening to all kind of blues. He picked up the harmonica in recent years and hasn’t put it down since.

Acoustic Pre-WW2 Blues

Stripped down to its basic constituents, a rural sound, Marc’s finger-picking style is known as ‘Piedmont’. Syncopated and dynamic, it has a kind of rag-time feel, with its origins in south-east Virginia and Atlanta, Georgia. Ben’s sax-like harp playing reflects the music’s Delta origins.

Friday 19th April  Four on Six

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Four On Six are a ukulele & guitar duo playing the classics of Ragtime, Jazz, American Folk, Hawaiian, Classical & Pop.

Friday 26th April  Drew Neirin & The Star Shaped Pegs


Drew is a blues & soul musician based in Bath.  Playing a combination of easy listening & bluesy originals, with some classic blues & soul tunes, peppered with a little funk & rock ‘n’ roll. 

- Seb Bailey (BBC Radio)

‘Fantastic performance, well worth a watch’
- Dan Sealey (ex Ocean Colour Scene) 

‘Drew really is superb, and has a natural, easy style that makes him as much fun to watch as he is good to listen to’ 
- The Narrowboat Sessions


Friday 3rd May  Maximus Manouche

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Maximus Manouche are an exciting, high octane instrumental gypsy jazz trio formed in the autumn of 2022.
The band comprises guitarists, Tim Petherick and Alex Bishop, both of who’s virtuosic skills are underpinned by the formidable energetic double bass playing of Tom Allen. 

The trio play a wide repertoire of gypsy jazz from Django Reinhardt and Stephan Grappelli’s Hot Club de France to more contemporary tunes, and a few originals too. 

Maximus Manouche are guaranteed to entertain whether you want to dance to the swinging rhythm, or sit back and allow the trio to blow you away with their amazing playing. 


Friday 10th May  Joff Lowson Trio

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The Joff Lowson Trio are a local acoustic band who play songs from the 19th century which sound like they were written yesterday, and their own songs which sound like they were written 100 years ago.

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