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 28 events at this location
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The alt rock singer-songwriter from Warrington.
The Brighton-based quartet plays aggressive hardcore with the grandeur of post rock and the atypical characteristics of math rock.
The melodic combo from Hounslow return to discipline their Blue army in the art of chirpy tunesmithery.
Big night of house bangers.
Indie and dream pop with elements of shoegaze from the Brooklyn outfit, led by frontman Zachary Cole Smith.
Elvana: Nirvana Tribute
Elvis-fronted Nirvana tribute combining rock'n'roll with grunge. With support from Clippah, The Smokin Coconuts.
Indie power pop trio from Kilmarnock.
Fearless Vampire Killers
Alternative theatrical rock and death pop.
Future of the Left
Funky punky garage band formed by McLusky's Andy Falkous, dispensing equal amounts of wit and bile.
The singer-songwriter plays pop.
Milton Keynes rap/rock outfit who combine downtuned thrash guitars with grime vocals, like a latterday Senser.
Hands Like Houses
Six-piece experimental rock group from Canberra, Australia.
Glasgow four-piece with an epic post-rock sound.
Acoustic show from American singer-songwriter and producer Joey Cape best known as the frontman from California punks Lagwagon.
Five-piece playing music because, as they put it: 'We like music, so we play music.'
The Australian singer-songwriter performs soulful and spine-tingling gospel material in support of his new album, Telluric.
Acoustic singer-songwriter from Preston.
Emo foursome from Canterbury.
Robby Valentine’s Bizzaro World & A Tribute To Queen
The guitarist from The Netherlands performs both his own music and covers a number of Queen's hits.
Sat 12 Mar
£15 adv / 0151 559 3773
Four piece indie/rock band from Sheffield.
Japanese lo-fi pop trio, favourites at one time of Kurt Cobain, and now celebrating their 35th anniversary.
House is the name of the game for the platter spinners.
Energetic Mod sounds with a modern punky twist.
Your favourite Bee Gees and Abba songs, and other disco soft rock classics, given the full metal workout by a group of be-spandexed rockers.
The London-based band plays soaring electro-pop.
Detroit rock animals who promise 'the perfect blend of fuckery, rock'n'roll, and all round good times.'