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Arabian Nights 28.5.15
Arabian Nights 28.5.15 Thu 28/05/15
West End Centre: Meet Sheherazade on a thrilling magic carpet ride to a faraway land and enjoy her feast of adventures involving genies, villains, heroes and princesses. Great theatre for ages 5+. Tickets £6.50
 
Dave Gorman's Screen Guild - Warm Up
Dave Gorman's Screen Guild - Warm Up Fri 29/05/15
West End Centre: In preparation for the next series of his hit TV show Modern Life is Goodish (Dave), Dave Gorman is hitting the road this summer armed with new material. Taking a mischievous look at modern life, Dave will share his observations and frustrations with a little help from his laptop.
 
Hecklers Unreserved Spring/Summer 2015
Hecklers Unreserved Spring/Summer 2015 Thu 11/06/15
West End Centre: One of the best comedy clubs in the south of England! June's line-up brings us John Moloney, Matt Rees, Jake Baker and compere Phil Ellis. Tickets £9.50 unres / £10.50 table seats
 
Hecklers Table Spring/Summer 2015
Hecklers Table Spring/Summer 2015 Thu 11/06/15
West End Centre: One of the best comedy clubs in the south of England! June's line-up brings us John Moloney, Matt Rees, Jake Baker and compere Phil Ellis. Tickets £9.50 unres / £10.50 table seats
 
Rose Coloured and Quatre Femmes Records present…20.6.15
Rose Coloured and Quatre Femmes Records present…20.6.15 Sat 20/06/15
West End Centre: A celebration of our vibrant local music scene, with Hannah Lou Clark, TwoThirtyTwo, Parachute For Gordo, Son Joan, The Venus Lyx, CeCe, Annabel Allum, I Told You I Would Eat You and more. Tickets £6 in advance
 
Curtis Eller's American Circus 1.7.15
Curtis Eller's American Circus 1.7.15 Wed 01/07/15
West End Centre: A wild-eyed yodeller creating banjo-driven punk-vaudeville show tunes populated by a ghastly parade of luminaries from America’s seedier past. Hugely charismatic and utterly infectious. Tickets £10
 
100 Watt Club 11.7.2015
100 Watt Club 11.7.2015 Sat 11/07/15
Hundred Watt Club is bringing you a touch of the exotic this Summer! Italian showgirl Jolie Papillon; a taste of traditional vaudevillian gaiety from Miss Maybe; shocking melodies care of accordion-wielding genius Anna Lou Larkin; Glory Pearl invites us into her world of ridiculous, hilarious striptease parodies; plus uber glamorous songbird and compère Lili La Scala!
 
Alvin Youngblood Hart 6.8.15
Alvin Youngblood Hart 6.8.15 Thu 06/08/15
West End Centre: The cosmic American love child of Howlin Wolf and Link Wray! Known as a "musician's musician," the Grammy-award winner's praises have been sung by everyone from Bob Dylan to Brit guitar gods Eric Clapton & Mick Taylor. Tickets £14/£12
 
Pinocchio 5.9.15
Pinocchio 5.9.15 Sat 05/09/15
West End Centre: One of this country’s great exponents of children’s theatre, Steve Tiplady carves Pinnochio on stage and uses the objects of a carpenter’s workshop to tell the tale of the puppet that wants to be a real boy, and the puppet-maker who wants to be a real father. 60 mins, age 4+
 
Jasta11 Launch Party 12.9.15
Jasta11 Launch Party 12.9.15 Sat 12/09/15
West End Centre: Jasta 11 launch their new club in style with an evening of punk mayhem: Wonk Unit – one of the most unique bands in punk rock today – supported by Lit Like Vegas and Champion Jack. Tickets £6 adv
 
The Furrow Collective 25.9.15
The Furrow Collective 25.9.15 Fri 25/09/15
West End Centre: Rachel Newton, Lucy Farrell, Emily Portman and Alasdair Roberts. Four of the finest, award-winning musicians on the UK folk scene delve into the obscure world of balladry at its darkest and quirkiest with an eclectic backing of harp, guitar, viola, concertina, banjo, musical saw and rousing harmonies.
 
Flight Brigade 2.10.15
Flight Brigade 2.10.15 Fri 02/10/15
West End Centre: With luscious instrumentation brooding over an ever-building plane of sound, Flight Brigade make a welcome return. With a busy 2015 Festival schedule including Glastonbury and Bestival and look destined for big things. Tickets £6.50 Adv / £7.50 Door
 
The Destroyers 3.10.15
The Destroyers 3.10.15 Sat 03/10/15
West End Centre: 13-piece ‘megafolk’ collective of rogues and misfits surfing a tidal wave of horns, fiddles, hurdy-gurdys, duduks and guitars! Part Balkan, part Bummie, they are an anarchic orchestra of blazing passion, breathtaking originality and frenzied dancing! Tickets £10
 
Mark Thomas 7.10.15
Mark Thomas 7.10.15 Wed 07/10/15
West End Centre: Trespass carries on from where Mark's previous show 100 Acts of Minor Dissent left off. It is his usual odd mix of theatre, stand up, activism, a dash of journalism, activism and dollop of mayhem.
 
The Crazy World of Arthur Brown
The Crazy World of Arthur Brown Fri 09/10/15
West End Centre: A living legend and still THE greatest showman around, over 45 years Arthur Brown has influenced Alice Cooper, been covered by The Prodigy, and won Classic Rock's Showman of the Year Award. His unique, operatic, jaw-dropping performances are a true spectacle not to be missed. Tickets £16/£14
 
International Guitar Night 14.10.15
International Guitar Night 14.10.15 Wed 14/10/15
West End Centre: Four world-class guitarists – Mike Dawes, Brian Gore, Andre Krengel and Lulo Reinhardt – in one night of stunning music
 
Simon Munnery 15.10.15
Simon Munnery 15.10.15 Thu 15/10/15
West End Centre: Multi-award-winning comedian Simon Munnery returns once again to be himself for an hour. He will generally tell it like it is, was, and might be if we could but get our fingers out. All rise. Tickets £12/£10
 
He Had Hairy Hands 16.10.15
He Had Hairy Hands 16.10.15 Fri 16/10/15
West End Centre: A 1970’s detective werewolf mystery wrapped in a hilarious Hammer Horror. An American Werewolf In London meets Twin Peaks, The Wicker Man meets Scooby Doo, and The League of Gentlemen meets your fluffiest nightmare. Tickets £10/£8
 
Focus 17.10.15
Focus 17.10.15 Sat 17/10/15
West End Centre: Still led by founder member Thijs van leer, the Dutch prog-rock legends return with a new album and all their classics! Tickets £17.50
 
James Acaster 24.10.2015
James Acaster 24.10.2015 Sat 24/10/15
West End Centre: Running his mouth off about a bunch of stuff nobody even cares about – it’s James Acaster. Nifty. Snazzy. 30 years old. Doing his best to improve his imposture. Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Show Nominee 2014, 2013 and 2012. Tickets £14/£12
 
Rosie's Magic Horse 26.10.15
Rosie's Magic Horse 26.10.15 Mon 26/10/15
WEC: Rosie’s Magic Horse is the spellbinding tale of seven year-old Rosie and her magical ice lolly-stick horse Stickerino. Together, they go on a fantastic around-the-world quest to find treasure to help her parents pay the bills!
 
Joe Lycett: That's the way, A-Ha A-Ha, Joe Lycett 5.11.15
Joe Lycett: That's the way, A-Ha A-Ha, Joe Lycett 5.11.15 Thu 05/11/15
WEC: The Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and self-proclaimed 'absolute lad' is back with an all new stand-up show, following appearances on Live at the Apollo, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and a wine tour of the French Riviera. There’s a good chance you'll Lycett.
 
The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha 6.11.15
The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha 6.11.15 Fri 06/11/15
West End Centre: An award-winning hilarious take on Cervantes’ timeless novel, as two feisty senoritas and a downtrodden Englishman embark on a journey through Spain.
 
UK Subs + Support 13.11.15
UK Subs + Support 13.11.15 Fri 13/11/15
West End Centre: Jasta 11 presents an evening of classic British punk with the true pioneers of the spirit of punk rock, led by the legendary Charlie Harper. Tickets £12
 
Martin Simpson
Martin Simpson Sat 14/11/15
West End Centre: 35 years into an incredible career, Martin is better than ever. 12 times nominated for BBC Folk Awards Musician of the Year – amongst a record 31 nominations – Simpson combines American old-time music, blues, folk and so much more as a guitarist of immense subtlety and a brilliant songwriter. Tickets £14/£12
 
Jig Doll 18.11.15
Jig Doll 18.11.15 Wed 18/11/15
West End Centre: A beautiful new show inspired by the life of a travelling musician, Lady Maisery’s Hannah James becomes a one-woman band, creating dynamic musical rhythms and percussive dance steps. In a world where home changes daily, the only constant are the skills you carry with you.
 
Mad Dog Mcrea 19.11.15
Mad Dog Mcrea 19.11.15 Thu 19/11/15
WEC: Mad Dog Mcrea blend a unique mixture of folk rock, pop, gypsy jazz, bluegrass and ‘shake your ass’ music. From self-penned songs of adventure, drinking, love and life, to traditional songs of gypsies, fairies, legless pirates and black flies – Mad Dog never fail to capture their audience with their infectious songs.
 
Nish Kumar 20.11.15
Nish Kumar 20.11.15 Fri 20/11/15
West End Centre: “Long Word… Long Word… Blah Blah Blah… I’m So Clever” – stand-up comedy from the clever boy who has appeared on The Now Show and twice been nominated at the Chortle Awards. Tickets £10
 
Jo Harman 26.11.15
Jo Harman 26.11.15 Thu 26/11/15
West End Centre: “The finest female soul and blues vocalist in the UK” Daily Mirror
 
Martin Harley 28.11.15
Martin Harley 28.11.15 Sat 28/11/15
West End Centre: An intimate solo show from the UK’s master of the slide guitar. Tickets £12
 
Stephen K Amos 2.12.15
Stephen K Amos 2.12.15 Wed 02/12/15
West End Centre: The Laughter Master: The maestro of feel-good comedy is back on tour with his new show. Fresh from touring UK and Australia. Star of Life: An Idiot’s Guide and What Does the K Stand For? (Radio 4). Tickets £17
 
Clive Carroll 3.12.15 Thu 03/12/15
 
Christmas Gothic 9.12.15
Christmas Gothic 9.12.15 Wed 09/12/15
West End Centre: Three seasonal tales of terror to scintillate the gooseflesh for dark Christmas nights. Come in from the cold and enter into the Christmas spirit as a dark and spectral woman – played by the brilliant Rebecca Vaughan – tells haunting tales of the festive season, lighting a candle to the frailties of human nature and illuminating the cold and chilling depths of the bleak, wintry dark…
 
Hal Cruttenden 10.3.16
Hal Cruttenden 10.3.16 Thu 10/03/16
West End Centre: Host of Live At The Apollo and star of Radio 4, the great Hal is back ranting about the real evils of the modern world - over sharing on social media and the 5:2 diet. The more he complains the funnier he gets. Book early. Tickets £16/£14
 
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