We have been releasing limited edition posters from The Adelphi archives every Monday at noon for the past few weeks. One poster will be released each week for the rest of 2020. All the posters have sold out within a couple of hours.
Archived Poster 5 – The Stone Roses – SOLD OUT
This Monday at noon it’s
Unfortunately we was unable to find an original poster for the first Housemartins’ gig. But fear not! We are delighted to have been given permission to release a very limited run of The Housemartins London 0 Hull 4 posters using the original artwork as part of our Archived Posters series. The Housemartins helped give The Adelphi credibility in 1984. They used the club as a rehearsal space, played their first gig as a four piece here and went on to sign a contract with Go Discs on The Adelphi stage. Special thanks to Paul Heaton, David Storey (Designer) and Nikki Rodgerson.
The posters are A2 Artprints (594mm x 420mm) and are £10 + p&p. They are available from 12 noon today at our online shop. https://www.theadelphi.com/shop/
Whats’ up next? Primal Scream? Green Day? Fatboy Slim? The La’s? Happy Mondays? PJ Harvey? Jeffrey Lewis? The Fall? Half Man Half Biscuit? The Kooks? The Cranberries? Shed Seven? Inspiral Carpets? Kaiser Chiefs? Supergrass? Levellers? Hamell on Trial? Radiohead? Two Door Cinema Club? The Paddingtons? Frank Sidebottom? Kimya Dawson? The Shamen? Echo & The Bunnymen? or many others.
All in One.
We have produced a very special Adelphi poster for ardent offbeat music lovers. The artwork is a celebration of the Hull music scene since 1984 and includes a small selection of the 30,000 artists who have played live at the venue over the last 36 years. The 279 featured on this limited edition release are less than 1% of the artists to have played the club (0.85%). They include local, national and international artists with big names from Sheffield, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester and Hull. It’s little bit of unique local history.
For a full list of the bands included on this poster click here https://www.theadelphi.com/underground-music-lovers/