If you are looking for a place to play then please feel free to get in touch.
If you can let us know a little about your style of music that would be helpful, or please point us to some online content, Soundcloud, YouTube and so on.
Our guest spots can be between 20 to 40 minutes long although a first gig would probably be 20 minutes plus if we’ve not met you before, but just ask!
If you are not sure about guest spot — and we know those newly heading out on the circuit can be nervous — book in na Open Mic spot and we’ll be sure to give you a decent amount of time.
Sadly, we are not able to offer paid gigs (at least not at present). This is an initiative of the local musical community and all of our organisers do so completely voluntarily. We can usually offer an appreciative and knowledgeable audience. If you have CD’s to sell (or other merchandise) we are more than happy to accommodate you.
As we build up the project (it began in April 2018) we may look to promote some ticketed events — if this is of interest to you please ask!
The club uses a PA both indoors (to balance sound) and outdoors in the garden area of the Station when it is in use. We can cater for singles, duos, trios and smaller bands. we always have a load of connection leads available, both XLR and 1/4 jacks. We will check with your PA requirements ahead of the timetabled date but let us know in advance if you can. So far we’ve accommodated flutes, accordions, violins, keyboards as well as acoustic guitars! Bass players may well be advised to bring along their own bass amp.
Drop us an email and we’ll get back to you as quickly as possible.
We have a few spaces available in June and a few more in July.
Andy Howell, Tom Tierney and John Benbow