What’s on at The New Adelphi Club

 

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The Adelphi is now a not-for-profit Community Interest Company. You can support this proud endeavour by becoming a member from the comfort of your armchair! Go to http://www.theadelphi.com/membership and follow the simple instructions.

You can also support us by purchasing Adelphi merchandise from our Tictail shop! There are three new t-shirt designs available, as well as mugs, and the last few copies of the 20th anniversary book: http://adelphiclub.tictail.com/

Here are the listings for the week ahead (courtesy of Wendy Atkinson). For more info on diary events, have a look at the website: www.theadelphi.com

 There are a couple of nights for which nothing is scheduled – keep an eye on the website to see if anything is added during the week: www.theadelphi.com

Monday 25
Musicians Night
With guest curator.

Join us for our regular open mic night – a unique hub of experimental creative talent and the perfect place to test new material and share ideas, perfect your sound and meet other musicians.
All sorts of performers are welcome, as always. Whatever your style or standard, whether you are a comic, poet, magician or musician.
Come along and watch some of Hull’s finest and have a go yourself, three songs, poems, readings, rants or dances, the stage is yours.

Please arrive before 9 pm if you would like to play.

Free entry

Tuesday 26
Electro Bingo 14 –
Endorsed by Alex Bortstein

More stupidity from the Bingo crew!

Join us for the 14th instalment of Hull’s unique comedy club night.

With some truly ridiculous prizes to be won and laughs a plenty.*

*laughter is not guaranteed

4 Games to play | 8pm Doors | 1st Game 9pm

£3 otd

Thursday 28
Marx + Raworrawks
Phelix + Bud Fam
The War of the Roses Tour comes to Hull! The Two Martins, Marx and Razorrawks have joined forces for a Yorkshire vs. Lancashire tour, and this is one of the four Yorkshire dates. Join us for a night of hip-hop in its purest form, and pay whatever you want to get in!

MARX first fell in love with hip-hop as a child, and made his first rap demos in his bedroom aged nine. Since pursuing music full time in 2013, he has gained a reputation as one of the hardest working artists in the country, releasing multiple EPs and singles and performing over 150 gigs at the age of 21. In his time as a hip-hop artist, Marx has rapped alongside legends such as Big Daddy Kane and KRS-One in cyphers and toured throughout the UK with the likes of Ghostface Killah, Souls of Mischief, Mega Ran, Sumo Cyco, Sammus, Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde, Onyx, Beans on Toast, Klashnekoff and many more.

Proudly wearing his influences on his sleeve RAZORRAWKS is a Northern rapper hailing from Preston, Lancashire. Unmistakably identified through his original delivery, regional dialect and Northern pride, he combines inspired lyrics over well produced beats drawing influence from all that surrounds him. Due to his eclectic approach comparisons have been made with the likes of John Cooper Clarke, Jamie T, Guy Garvey, The Prodigy and more.

PHELIX is a hip-hop artist based in Hull, UK. West Coast influenced hip-hop originating from the East Coast of England, FFO: Snoop Dogg, Del tha Funkee Homosapien

BUD FAM is a hip hop/rap collective consisting of solo rappers Trizzy & Smurkz who hope to build bud fam into a platform to help artists come together

Doors 8 pm

Pay what you want to get in!

Friday 29
Residents Association
The usual eclectic selection of DJs playing music across all genres.
The usual super lovely crowd.
The usual 50 free CDs with a guest mix from one of the Association DJs.
The usual realpropergood times.

See you on the dance floor

Doors 8 pm

£3 otd

Diary
Monday 2 July – Musicians Night with guest curator. Free entry
Friday 6 – The Black Delta Movement + Bloodhound + The Piper. £4 + BF from Hull Box Office
Saturday 7 – Easy Skankin. £3 otd
Monday 9 – Musicians Night with guest curator. Free entry
Wednesday 11 July – Middle Child Theatre presents One Life Stand. Doors 7:30 pm, 8 pm start. £10 otd / £7.50 + BF adv from Hull Box Office
Thursday 12 – Jowan Long EP launch + George Suddaby + Back and to the Left. £3 otd
Friday 13 – Bloodsport + Feed Them To The Forest + To The Strongest. £3 ot
Saturday 14 – Dead Rat Orchestra + Sutari. £12 otd / £10 adv from Hull Box Office
Monday 16 – Musicians Night with guest curator. Free entry
Tuesday 17 – Jesca Hoop. £11 otd / adv from Hull Box Office
Wednesday 18 – Under The Influence presents The Weeks + Sonnets + Young Jack. £8 + BF from seetickets
Thursday 19 – Lach‘s Summer UK Antifolk Tour hits Hull
Friday 20 – This Is The Kit + Rozi Plain + Rachel Dadd. ‘The Winchester Three’ – Kate Stables, Rozi and Rachel – grew up together in Winchester as friends & kindred musical spirits/collaborators producing music of great beauty & the highest quality. An appearance of the 3 together is today quite unusual bound to be very special. Get your ticket now so you don’t miss out! £13 + BF from Hull Box Office
Monday 23 – Musicians Night with guest curator. Free entry
Wednesday 25 – The Fuckin Glorious + Informal Society
Friday 28 – Residents Association. £3 otd
Monday 30 – Musicians Night with guest curator. Free entry

Thursday 2 – Bleakhaus presents FEHM
Tuesday 7 August – Screaming Tarts presents Tragedy: All Metal Tribute To The Bee Gees And Beyond + support. £10 + BF from seetickets
Friday 10 – The Muffin Men – the music of Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention. £8 + BF from Hull Box Office
Friday 17 – Sunday 19 – Fast & Bulbous.
Saturday night headliners are Bunkerpop (indoors) and Black Kes (outdoors)
Sunday night headliners are Thomas Truax (indoors) and a stripped down
Fonda 500 (outdoors).
Friday night headliners are still tbc, but other acts already confirmed are
Young Jack, The Schoolgirls, Pavey Ark, Matt Edible, Rave Machine,
Henrietta Lacks, Nour, Left Ahead, Rosemary’s Baby, Peasants, Sarah Shiels,
Hull Samba, The Immigrants, Zea, Pfaff, Prizefighter, Kev la Kat, Endoflevelbaddie, Foolish Atoms, My Pleasure, Kings Horses, The Dyr Sister. All this for £8 a day or £20 for part or whole weekend tickets – booking info to follow.

Wednesday 12 September – Under The Influence presents Draper co-headlining with Man Without Country. £10 + BF from seetickets
Tuesday 18 – Budheron Promotions presents False Heads. £5 otd
Friday 21 – Screaming Tarts presents Ginger Wildheart. £15 + BF from seetickets and Hull Box Office

Thursday 11 October – Under The Influence presents Bo Ningen. £12.50 + BF from seetickets
Thursday 18 – Under The Influence presents The Blinders. £8 + Bf from seetickets
Saturday 20 – Ulltra Festival. Bands confirmed so far: Slow Riot, Treeboy & Arc, Beach Riot, Polevaulter, Bloodhound. More announcements to come! Starts at 1:30 pm. £8 +BF from Hull Box Office