When there are some gigs worth advertising, this is where you will find them advertised.
Our most up to date events listings can be found on our Facebook page

For more information and how to find our venues, look at the facebook links or here

Post script

The pandemic has caused us to have to move many of our gigs online. As we slowly start to resume physical events, we will continue to run online ones too. These are listen and advertised on our social media - this is a good place to start:

is beyond over excited to return to live music in Swansea after 18 months of pestilence, plague and Tory cock ups

Saturday 7th August at Creature Sound, Swansea
(behind the station)

Full line up TBA...

is beyond over excited to return to live music in Cambridge after 18 months of pestilence, plague and Tory cock ups


Proudly Presents

The 8 legged love child of shoegaze and post-punk, Lemondaze have been wooing venues across East Anglia with their MBV / Slowdive lemon flavoured dream pop grooves. As heard on You Flexi Thing Vol 5

The Verdicts
Hailing from Essex, England, The Verdicts are a group of teenagers who write songs about living in a Post Millennial generation. Their first single You Believe took aim at PM Boris Johnson, with their second single Liverpool Street being an ode to London culture. Their new EP Quaker's Alley has songs that deal with everything from Essex culture, to heartbreak and dingy alleyways.

As soon to be heard on You Flexi Thing Vol 8

The Monoliths
Psychedelic punk-prog 4-piece band from Cambridge
As about to be featured on You Flexi Thing Vol 8; expect angry interventions from Noel and Liam.

Pockets for Girls
Original mix of dream pop, shoegaze and post punk from another young band with huge aspirations and a massive sound.

Friday 13th August 2021 7.45pm
Portland Arms, Cambridge

Collection for and stall for Love Music Hate Racism.
£5 on the door.

Under 18s need to be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Rock'n'Roll is life giving but the virus is deadly. Please be aware that this gig will only go ahead if it is safe. If need be extra restrictions will be introduced eg masks, social distancing, reduced capacity or even cancellation.


A more complete and value-free list of gigs in Cambridge can be found at We Are All Neighbours and for the whole of East Anglia look at