Al Duomo is one of Brighton’s most popular and long established Italian restaurants. Offering a warm, friendly, Italian atmosphere with authentic Italian restaurant food. The restaurant, bar, and coffee shop is open 363 days a year, and offers comprehensive menus with a wide range of food choices.
The evening starts at 19.00hrs with 2-4-1 on selected Cocktails at the bar alternatively arrive by 19.30hrs to be seated and order from the fantastic 3 course menu with a lovely selection of dishes at £26.95 per person excluding drinks and 10% service. We do cater for all dietary requirement including allergies and gluten.
Act 1 - Suspiciously Elvis will be enter the Buildings in one of his fantastic costumes at 20.00hrs and perform the 1st Act performing the most popular Elvis numbers swinging and gyrating his hips just like King himself. He'll perform between the tables so you can nearly touch him.
Act 2 - The King returns in a new outfit fit for a King with his Greatest Hits
Act 3 - The Show really hot’s up, get your dancing shoes ready and your camera. The King Ad libs – time for some of the old time favourites and requests and your chance to get a selfie with the Elvis.
He never fails to provide the most fantastic evening of high energy rock’n’roll and a fitting tribute to The King himself!!
Booking is essential to reserve a table and a deposit of £10 per person is required at time of reservation
Admission Fee: £26.95 per person inc, 3 course meal.
All welcome to join in our popular Open Mic night, the longest running in the Stroud district and most friendly. Experienced people to help you set up if you are a newbie and great equipment for you to use as well.
Rodborough Hill, GL5 3SS
Coolest pub in Stroud. Mind-blowing gigs, great ales, amazing atmosphere.
The East Pointers write about real life, sketching out its joys and sorrows in vivid strokes. That palpable authenticity makes their instrumental tunes practically cartwheel and infuses their lyric-driven songs with poignancy.
Greystones Road, S11 7BS
A welcoming, traditional community pub where people of all ages can enjoy a great range of drinks in comfortable surroundings.
Admission Fee: £13 (£14.30 inc fee.) Advance - £15 On the door
JINSKI are song writer Stephen Wegrzynski and musician Dave Kennedy, a partnership forged from acoustic roots and the love of a strong melody. Their music touches the borders of folk, country, and pop, keeping alive the song writing tradition whilst remaining resolutely modern.
1 Camden Street, NE30 1NH
The Maggy Bank is so called due to its former days as a bank; it then became a social club before being converted into a pub. The pub is now a popular music venue, with free live music every Friday and Saturday nights and late Sunday afternoons.
Lewis Clark & The Essentials became a fully-fledged band in September 2015.
Based around the core trio of Lewis Clark (guitar & vocals), Pasquale Votino (Double Bass) and Tom Gilkes (drums)
55 Prospect Hill, SN1 3JS
Tucked away behind what used to be the Swindon College, within yards of the new Regent Circus development.
We now serve up to six quality Real Ales and an exciting new range of Craft Beers. We even have a wine list too!
Gaynor and Paul met through fellow musicians. After initial rehearsals, they realised their voices blended well together and that they shared a common goal to promote their original songs rather than plough the well worn furrow of covering famous songs. They decided to join forces to enhance the reputations and audiences they had built as both solo artists and working with bands. Their strong friendship shows in their performances, which are witty, heartfelt and a feast of original material.
106 Well Road, S8 9TZ
A classic, traditional local, and although the interior is open plan, it is designed so the various areas of seating and games area all feel individual and cosy.
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9 St. Sampsons Square, YO1 8RN
A single room pub facing onto St. Sampson’s Square in the centre of York. The pub is located on the site of a Roman bathhouse – hence the name – and for a small fee you can see the remains downstairs. The Roman Bath is busy place day and night with regular live music in the evening – often of the rock variety.