HOME

News

The stuff of dreams for any reggae lover

No CommentsUncategorized

The first reggae band to win a Grammy award, Black Uhuru became known as the “most dynamic and progressive reggae act” of the 70s and early 80s. See original singer, Mykal Rose performing all the classics alongside a mammoth lineup, that is the stuff of dreams for any reggae lover.[…]

Read More »

It’s Fast and it’s Bulbous

No CommentsUncategorized

Fast and Bulbous An Adelphi fundraiser featuring a host of spectacular bands and entertainers. Saturday 19th August Bunkerpop – Black Kes – The Schoolgirls – Horseguards Parade The Evil Litter – Santas Bugger Boyz – Foolish Atoms Rosemary’s Baby – The Holy Orders – The Solitary Cadet Sunday 20th August[…]

Read More »

A NOT SO SECRET GIG!

No CommentsUncategorized

After Senseless Things’ triumphant sell-out return to the Adelphi in March, frontman Mark Keds is back to perform a ‘secret gig’ with his other band Deadcuts. FREE ENTRY! Deadcuts is a mix of Postpunk and Dark Pyschedelia formed on the first full moon of 2012 in London featuring Mark Keds formerly[…]

Read More »