Festivals |
5th February 2016

Fri 5th Feb | Doors 8pm | £5 (Included in the weekend pass for Under 26s | £20)
Priority booking for Under 26s until 16th January

A night of new music from some of the best young artists in Cumbria. 

Line up… 


Hardwicke Circus hail from the Great Border City, the City of Carlisle.

The band are a true rock 'n' roll collective, evoking the early 70's post Altamont malevolence of the Rolling Stones but dragging it kicking & screaming through a modern indie custom cab until it sounds like the Stones are covering Catfish & The Bottlemen. Of course it doesn't hurt that their lead singer is a dead ringer for the young Mick Jagger & if that isn't enough you'd swear that a teenage Pete Townsend was playing guitar?'



Annemarie Quinn is a professional singer songwriter hailing from Keswick. Taking up violin and guitar from an early age, she has developed her song writing techniques, becoming a prolific composter of beautiful music that reflects the lakes, mountains and countryside that she loves.

Annemarie combines her passion for the rural landscape with broad musical influences ranging from the folk styles of Kate Rusby and Mumford and Sons to the memorable melodies of Bob Marley. In doing so she has homed a style that is uplifting, sun-shining and heart-warming, which continues to attract a large and growing following locally and nationally. 

Having recently graduated with a First Class Music Degree in Music from Manchester Metropolitan, Annemarie is performing up and down the country, and has appeared at The 02 Academy London, The Wickerman Festival Scotland, The Cavern Club Liverpool, and Chris Evan’s BBC CarFest to name but a few. 


Cassie is from the Lake District, and is a two-piece instrumental group that combine loud guitars, with loud drums in order to create a wall of heavy, fun, fast, frantic and ridiculous songs. Often placed in the math rock genre, Cassie released their first full length album “Put The Damp Ones On” in 2015 and always bring energy to their live performance by playing amongst the crowd. Expect involuntary shouting, laughter and ringing ears.



5th February 2016

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