In the heart of Exeter in Devon, Exeter Phoenix is the ultimate womb of the greatest UK artistic revelations. Music, dance, theatre, film and visual arts; they’re all welcome at the venue and attract each and every local hungry to find something original and exciting.
Camden is always one of the greatest epicentres of upcoming musical breeds. The affluence of new talents is a constant in this city and one of the promoters of this diversity range is Barfly. The venue has a tradition for showcasing a few of the best alternative bands.
A clash between a long lost Victorian building and a full loaded art extravaganza takes place in Manchester. Antwerp Mansion has been the target of evolution. The place is resuscitating into a venue with a touch of difference and trendiness.
All roads will take you there. The Roadhouse is a venue set in Birmingham who has a little bit of everything, turning out to be a real audience pleaser. Live music is the biggest treat in the menu every night of the week.
North East of England’s Sage Gateshead has embraced a really important position in the music industry, the role of filling in, inspiring and teaching a whole new generation of musicians.
The Brudenell Social Club assumes the role of fuel keeping the music flame alive in the business. Actually Brudenell’s motto is to have all its doors wide open for improvisation, gigs, networking and social interaction. Countless art displays take place at the Leeds’ venue as well as one of the most captivating features they hold: the secret concerts.
Manchester still is the epicentre of many exciting updates from the British music scene. One of the settings to be explored, and which has accomplished recent recognizement, is Matt & Phred’s. The music venue is one of those clubs truly committed with promoting live jazz performances.
Moved by the passion for jazz, The Yardbird has been promoting the genre since 2007. Birmingham’s club was built on the basis of this musical style’s world representations.
Situated in Shoreditch, London, Hoxton Square is a live music venue, bar and restaurant, attracting a huge amount of different people every week. It is mostly known for being a gig and party bar scene like not many others around.
The top independent venue The Flapper is set in the Birmingham city and constantly stimulates local bands to display all the power stored in their repertoires live in their ground floor gig room.