East Village Arts Club
- Telephone 0151 559 3773
- Opening times Mon–Wed 5–11pm; Thu–Sun noon–1am.
- Website mamacolive.com/eastvillageartsclub/
Formerly the Royal Institute of Arts & Science, East Village Arts Club is an arts and culture club showcasing music, art and science events, as well as casual dining.
The nearest bus stop is Berry Street, and the 82, 82B, 82D, 184 and X22 all run nearby. Close by, Bond and Hanover Street are served by Hackney Carriage Taxis.
There are 29 events at this location
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23 Fake Street
The Wirral-based band plays its indie-rock originals.
The singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist performs high energy metal-rock.
This Liverpudlian five-piece performs its hardcore originals.
Barrence Whitfield & The Savages
The veteran American singer-songwriter performs an upbeat mix of soul, R&B and rock'n'roll hoodoo.
Young Northampton singer-songwriter who cites Radiohead and Bright Eyes as influences.
Boisterous emo-tinged rock quintet.
Coldplace: Coldplay Tribute
The multi million-selling pop group have their hits performed.
Grunge-flavoured rock by the three-piece band from Blackpool.
Indie pop quintet from London.
Eliza & The Bear
The London-based four-piece plays jangly indie-rock and alt.rock.
This four-piece, Liverpool-based, band performs their own take on electronica.
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly!
Southend-based musical superhero, known as Sam to his mum, who combines melodic guitar work with try-hard lyrics.
The London-based singer-songwriter and Feeder frontman, plays indie-rock.
Eighties synthpop trio.
The Birmingham-based ensemble plays reflective lo-fi alt.pop.
The Birmingham-based ensemble plays reflective lo-fi alt pop. With support from Fickle.
Lords of the Riff 2
Hardcore riffage from Lionize, Anti-Mortem and Kyng.
The Magic Numbers
Indie-pop and pop-rock by the four-piece from Hanwell, comprised of two pairs of brothers and sisters.
Brighton singer-songwriter in the nu-folk vein.
The Midnight Beast
A trio of comedy upstarts with musical know-how.
Mr Scruff plays jazz, soul, hip hop, funk, disco, deep house, reggae, dubstep, Afrobeat, Latin and electro funk.
Modern day Dixie, bluegrass, jazz, soul and blues from this Brooklyn singer-songwriter and Radio 2 favourite.
Pulled Apart By Horses
Alternative rockers who've supported Biffy Clyro, Foals and Muse.
AKA singer-songwriter Louis Doyle, playing songs influenced by the Beach Boys, Elliott Smith and Paul Simon.
Classic rock with a twist of punk from Cambridge five-piece.
Alternative pop from the New York-based band fronted by singer-songwriter, Michael Grubbs.
The band from New York, known for the hit single Teenage Dirtbag, performs its alternative rock.