The Esperanza gig at The Bungalow has been cancelled tonight. The venue will still be open and will be playing some Ska and Northern Soul sounds from The Bungalow DJ. It is free entry and doors are 7pm. Tomorrow afternoon The Bobbly Deans Big Band is back for another afternoon of Big Band, Jazz, American Song Book, and Swing. Doors are 1pm and if you want a seat get in early. 

Tomorrow night, prepare yourself to be amazed and transported back throughout the past 25 years of ‘Take That’ magic. The award winning ‘Rule the World’ has been recognised as the Number 1 ‘Take That’ tribute show in the world! The cast recently appeared alongside the real Take That on BBC1’s ‘The Graham Norton Show’ and after hearing Dan Maines (Gary), a stunned Gary Barlow said in amazement “He sounds like me!” 

The show is an accurate portrayal of a Take That’s live concert and the night features all the bands biggest hits including ‘Never Forget’, ‘Greatest Day’, ‘Back For Good’, ‘Relight My Fire’, ‘Could It Be Magic’, ‘Shine’, ‘Pray’, ‘These Days’, ‘Everything Changes’, ‘Patience’, ‘It Only Takes A Minute’, ‘Rule The World’ and many more. Tickets on the door from 7pm 

Bungalaff12 is back on Sunday, and they have another cracking line up of comedians for you including Obie, Jimi Longmuir, Mathew Cowan, Kativa Bhardwaj, Petre Watik. The night is hosted as usual by Richie McMahon and headlining act is Raymond Mearns. Tickets on the door from 7pm. 

The Bungalow Jam starts at 7pm on Tuesday. Thursday’s Introducing Night next week features The Lines, Dying Giant and Slackead Incident. Tickets on the door from 7pm and student offers are valid. 

Rocknrollas have a fantastic show tonight, The All Or Nothing Experience. The show features the west end cast from the popular theatre show and gives you the feel of a west end show in an intimate setting. See and hear the story of The Small Faces from the sixties performed live. The “Mod” Musical is a trans-generational musical experience celebrating the unique sound of The Small Faces including the brilliant “Whatcha Gonna Do About It”, “All or Nothing”, “Tin Soldier”, “Lazy Sunday”, “Here Comes the Nice”, “Itchycoo Park”, Plus numerous other “sounds of the 60s”.

The Small Faces story is the stuff of Rock n Roll legend. Their roller-coaster journey in the music business is as vivid and colourful as their music. They created an electrifying raw sound and an arsenal of classic hit records. Limited tickets on the door from 7.30pm.

Looks like The Cave will be busy tonight. It’s normally packed out for Blackout but this is a special gig. It’s popular frontman Stevie’s last gig. Jen Sloan of The Cave had this to say, “Join us as we say farewell to Stevie in true Cave style one last time” Tomorrow at 5pm Fire In will be playing at 5pm and they are followed by Splendid Suns at 8pm. Jim Keilt’s Blues Jam is on Sunday at 6pm and everyone is welcome to get up for a tune with this fantastic band.

Keeper Lit are at The Old Swan tonight from 7pm and tomorrow Graceland will be playing from 4pm. The Northern Soul Sunday has very special guests Republic of Soul playing from 4pm on Sunday. Monday Live Sessions are back, this time at the earlier slot of 4pm. Gerry Kirke is in the hotseat to kick things off. Lee James will be putting on the style on Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm and Duncan McLellan starts at 4pm on Wednesday. 

Keg favourites Canyon is playing tonight from 9pm and tomorrow night also at 9pm Jamie Angus will be on stage. The Keg Sessions continue on Thursday at 9pm with more original acts. 

Open Mic sessions next week are: The Abbey at 9pm on Monday, The Gantry at 9pm on Tuesday, The Keg on Wednesday at 8.30pm and Cottons in Renfrew starts at 2pm on Sunday.


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