The Polis are Scotland’s No.1 Police tribute act and they are playing The Bungalow tonight. Their sound is dynamic with all the angst and energy of the original trio.

The Polis are Scotland’s No.1 Police tribute act. Their sound is dynamic with all the angst and energy of the original trio. Whilst definitely not a look-alike act, the band do however pay homage to the original Police look. The memorable Flight Suits, replica Tama drum kit and Classic Police Album-art backdrop, all combine in a familiar retro vibe.
Where The Polis has focused however, is on the music, rehearsed tirelessly to bring a reality and likeness to the Police sound. A sound which, no one could argue made them the world’s biggest touring band in late 70’s, early 80’s.


With an exhaustive set of over 2 hours of material, including all the big hit singles, well proven B-sides plus live versions from the original 80’s concert footage.
You’ll likely never see The Police perform together again, but you can see The Polis!
So what are you waiting for? You can pay on entry and doors are 7pm. 

Tomorrow at The Bungalow are having an All Day Mod event featuring Soldier On, The M65s, Bits & Pieces, The Laynes, Lemon Soul and guest DJ Gerry McGuire. The day starts at 2pm and you can pay on the door.

Scream For Me are playing for the first time at The Bungalow on Sunday. They are a Scottish Iron Maiden tribute band and they have a 2 and half hour set the legendary bands material. Fronted by Nat Boitz and her brother Chris Boitz on bass, these lifelong Iron Maiden fans have teamed up with drummer Scott Donald and guitarists Mike Bell and Simon Dailly to recreate the epic music of one of heavy metals most revered bands. Tickets on the door from 6pm. 

The Bungalow welcomes Just Radiohead and support on Thursday. Tickets are £6 + booking fee & available on Eventbrite and on the door. Featuring a collective of highly experienced and well-known performers from around the Liverpool and North Wales scene Just Radiohead were brought together by their mutual love for one of the Globe’s most influential and respected alternative rock bands of recent years. Formed during the COVID 19 pandemic of 2020/21, the lockdowns and time for study and practice enabled each member to fine tune and perfect their own demanding parts before finally coming together to create their live set ready for the masses. Tickets on the door from 7pm.

Rocknrollas have a Grease and Dirty Dancing night tonight. Celebrating the music from these iconic movies this show gives you everything you want and need in a night out.

This live performance will bring you too your feet and have you dancing your socks off. Tickets on the door from 7pm. 

The Keg has Fire In tonight and Graeme Kerr tomorrow night from 9pm.

Moneypenny 6pm and Splendid Suns 9pm are at The Cave tomorrow night and Emergency Exit start at 6pm on Sunday. The Old Swan has Crackerman on tonight at 7pm, tomorrow afternoon from 4pm it is Republic of Soul. Clyde are in their usual slot on Monday from 6pm, Lee James is on Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm. Duncan McLellan is performing on Wednesday from 4pm.

Live music at The Anchor from 4.30pm on Sunday.  Sad Ida are at Kennedy’s on Sunday from 3pm.

There is a new Open Mic Night for you to check out. Local singer-song writer Stephen Hendry has

started a new session in Tannahill’s on a Monday from 8pm. Pop in and enjoy the performances or 

join in. This week’s Open Mic sessions are Abbey Bar on Monday with Dunky Hunter at 8pm, Jason

Flood is the host at Gantry on Tuesday from 9pm; Johnny Barr will be at The Keg on Wednesday

from 8.30pm.

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