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BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Nominees Gentlemen of Few play an eclectic blend of Indie Folk and alternative rock with skilful vocal harmonies and powerful lyrics.
The six members: Elliott Norris, Reece Forward, Kit Evans, Jarrod Piner, Oscar Lloyd and Will Freed perform their music with a raw passion and intense energy hardly to be believed.
A band with 9 years experience of performing their shows to a plethora of welcoming audiences and dedicated fans across the UK in rooms and halls of both homeliness and esteem. The Royal Albert Hall, London; The Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone and The Forum, Tunbridge Wells to name a few, but the boys have found themselves at Tiree Music Festival 2014/15/17, Scotland; Secret Garden Party 2014, Cambridgeshire; Boomtown Fair 2014/15/18, Hampton and even supporting the likes of "The Blockheads", "The Beat" and "Hayseed Dixie"!
“So young yet so amazing” - Chris Evans, Radio 2
“Incredible live sound” - BBC Radio Kent
Located on Oldham Street in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, Gullivers is an iconic, lively and bustling bar with a long history dating all the way back to 1865.
Gullivers has had many different guises over the years. It was originally a Wilson’s house called The Albert Hotel, then The Grenadier before J.W. Lees brewery bought the pub in the 1970s. They renamed it Gullivers and it has existed in its current form to this day.
But there’s much more to Gullivers than just the busy bar; it also houses two distinct yet complementary live music and performance spaces; the upstairs Ballroom – a 100 capacity gig venue with a raised stage and the downstairs Lounge – an intimate, 40 capacity space ideal for acoustic or low-key performances.
As well as working with established and longstanding promoters from Manchester and beyond, Gullivers prides itself on being a welcoming, supportive space and a creative hub for the city’s grassroots artistic communities; with many now successful bands, artists, performers and promoters cutting their teeth within its walls.
This rare combination of space, location and ethos allows Gullivers to boast a busy calendar of live music, spoken word, comedy, theatre, film screenings, exhibitions and much more on almost every night of the week.
Whilst every effort goes into ensuring this gig listing is accurate and up to date, always check with the venue before you travel.