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 37 events at this location
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Akala aka Kingslee Daley, brother to Ms Dynamite, steps up to the hip hop plate in his own right.
Big D & the Kids Table
Ska and punk and everything else from Massachusetts.
Broken Brass Ensemble
Traditional New Orleans jazz mixed with hip hop, Balkan and funk in an energetic explosion of sound.
The American rapper performs his rap and hip hop material.
Clean Cut Kid
Disjointed. funk-tinged indiepop.
Former frontwoman of The Fiery Furnaces, and subject of Franz Ferdinand's 'Eleanor Put Your Boots On', with an idiosyncratic approach to her music.
Elvana: Nirvana Tribute
Elvis-fronted Nirvana tribute combining rock'n'roll with grunge. With support from Clippah, The Smokin Coconuts.
Emmy the Great
Lo-fi London anti-folk songstress.
Contemporary jazz meets electronica from the Manchester-based three-piece.
The Brighton-based four-piece play their brand of summery, indie-pop music.
Indie rock stylings from The Hunna.
The vocalist and guitarist from Amsterdam performs alternative pop and rock.
Scunthorpe-born X-Factor star.
The East London grime artist and actor brings his original material to the stage.
The seven-piece collective from New Zealand perform roots reggae. With support from Land Of The Giants.
King No One
Indie-rock four-piece hailing from York.
Influential hip hop MC and producer famed for his work with Boogie Down Productions.
Originally from Damien Rice's touring band, now an established performer in her own right.
The Lottery Winners
Melodic indie-pop quartet from Leigh.
French singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Matthieu Chedid performs a mixture of pop, rock, soul and blues, with elements of world music and French chanson.
The Magic Gang
Indie-rock quartet from Brighton.
The singer-songwriter, who hails from Denmark, performs her electro-pop material.
The two saxophones and drums threesome, who hail from New York, performs its own version of dance-orientated jazz incorporating techno, house and dubstep elements.
Motorheadache: A Tribute To Lemmy
Classic rock covers taking in Motorhead's 23 studio albums and featuring hits like Ace Of Spades, Overkill and We Are The Road Crew.
The Mouse Outfit
Hip hop and rap nonet featuring Dr Syntax and Sparkz.
Sarabeth & Glen Mitchell
Live music from Sarabeth and Glen Mitchell.
Four piece indie/rock band from Sheffield.
Spear of Destiny
Kirk Brandon's mob head out on their 30th anniversary tour, despite only having one minor hit. Muscles bulge, veins pop, fists are clenched, rabbles are roused.
Ex-Beta Band frontman plays material from his beguiling solo albums.
Indie rock quartet from Reading.
Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats
Sabbath-heavy doomy metal with psychedelic overtones from the Cambridge-based combo.
The outfit, who frequented the music scene in 1979, performs new wave and power-pop.
Country pop from Hampshire twins Catherine and Lizzy.
We Are Scientists
Tense, catchy pop songs from the jocular Brooklyn-based indie outfit as they tour their fourth album TV En Francais. The current line up of indie rockers consists of original members Keith Murray and Chris Cain along with former Razorlight drummer Andy Burrows. Co-founder Michael Tapper left the band in 2007 and now…
The Ealing trio, led by Harry McVeigh, perform brooding post-punk tracks, which regularly draws comparisons to that of Joy Division and Interpol.