Westgarth Social Club

Westgarth Social Club
99A Southfield Road, Middlesbrough, Cleveland, TS1 3EZ

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The Fallen Leaves

Punk Rock for Gentlemen. No jeans. No t-shirts. No cover-versions. The Fallen Leaves believe in the DIY Punk ethos. Song, Sound and Performance are all. Recordings are live, minimal overdubs. As the self proclaimed champions of the glorious underachievers The Fallen Leaves ask you to remember Simple and easy are not…

Sat 11 Mar


Indie power pop trio from Kilmarnock.

Sat 11 Mar

£12 / 01642 242164

Fischer-Z With Flies On You

John Watts’ 39-year career as Fischer-Z includes 19 albums and 3000 concerts worldwide with success spanning continental Europe and album sales in excess of two million. Peter Gabriel, Steve Cropper and Dexy’s Midnight Runners’ Brass Section have all contributed to recordings. Fischer-Z have performed to crowds of 167,000…

The Galileo 7

That Allan Crockford will forever be associated with Medway's four sons The Prisoners is a fact of life. Across the first half of the '80s The Prisoners' innate blend of amphetamine-laced mid-60s sounds fuelled by James Taylor's go-go-tastic organ and Graham Day's Steve Marriott-like vocals provided solace from the…

Sat 8 Apr

£8.80 / 01642 242164

Halfpenny Comedy Proudly Presents Patrick Monahan

About ABOUT PATRICK Audience favourite Patrick Monahan blends a high energy comedy style with hilarious and engaging topical and observational material. Known for working a room, Patrick is adored by his audiences with whom he makes an effortless connection! From February 2016 the family's favourite funnyman (and…

Halfpenny Comedy Proudly Presents Scott Bennett

After starting comedy in late 2009, Scott has rapidly established himself as one of the fastest rising stars on the UK circuit. Likeable, with a warm and engaging delivery, he is a Yorkshire live wire with an undeniable no nonsense logic. In demand by many of the big clubs, Scott delivers wry observations on the absurdity…

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