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

Thanks to everyone who has already opted in to stay on the list, and to those who haven’t – remember to drop me a line before next weekend to continue recieving weekly listings emails.

Saturday 19
Get Down presents
Reggae vs Hip Hop
Get Down and DJ Simma invite you on a 4 hour journey exploring the origins and influences of hip hop and reggae music!

Expect to hear the likes of Barrington Levy, KRS One, Roots Manuva, Mungo’s Hi Fi, A Tribe Called Quest, Damian Marley, DJ Vadim, Sister Nancy, The Pharcyde, Solo Banton, Eek a Mouse, King Jammy, Soom T, The Mouse Outfit, Stand High Patrol, Just Ice, Chronixx, Black Sheep, Ini Kamoze + much more

Doors 8 pm

Free entry before 9 pm, £3 after

Monday 21
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 22
Under The Influence presents
Lost Under Heaven
Two years after the 2012 disbandment of WU LYF, frontman Ellery James Robert formed a new group called Lost Under Heaven (LUH) with Ebony Hoorn. The duo released its debut album, Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing, in 2016 to wide acclaim. Now, after a bit of radio silence, LUH. is back to share a new song.

Dubbed “The Breath of Light”, it’s a fragile number led by Roberts’ impassioned howl. When both members’ voices intertwine toward the end, the result is nothing short of haunting.

“If ya’ll still with me, I am going to begin to break this radio silence. Last year passed in constant flux, dancing from revelation to amnesia, engagement to disillusionment, sober clarity, and sedated confusion… it was a year of upheaval, uncertainty, but all finds its eventual resolution. I sit here type typing with calm confidence all will come to be. Ammunition’s been a-piling up for months, lookin’ forwards to getting out blazin’, time to sing these lovers’ songs again.”

Doors 8 pm

£8 + BF from seetickets

Thursday 24
Sync TV
An evening of weird sh*t: 3 laptops, two turntables, 1 projector, half an idea. Bring your dancing slippers.

Weird sh*t like 22a, Ill Considered, Niagara, Four Tet, Library music, Whitefield Brothers, Fuzzoscope, Ethiopiques, Nihls Frahm, Nepumuk, Soundtrack, Onyx Collective, The Residents, Hailu Mergia, Maxwell Owin, Quasimoto, Knowsum, CAN, Chances, LK aka Labat, Arnheim, Alice Coltrane, Clap! Clap!, Duval Timothy, Yusef Lateef, Moodymann, Trunk, Barney Wilen, Steve Reich, Sun Ra, Money $ex Records, Nat Birchall, Spoken word, etcetera.

Doors 8 pm

£1 otd

Friday 25
The Residents Association
Hull DJs from nights large and small, playing short, back to back sets of the best tunes across a variety of genres!

Doors 8 pm

£3 otd

Saturday 26
Kingmaker 4AD
+ Sleeperman
They were Hull’s very own indie rockers. With a string of top 40 singles during the early 90s Kingmaker burst on to the scene as contemporaries of the Pixies and the The Wonder Stuff before splitting just as Brit-pop gripped the nation.

Now after a successful return to the music scene in 2017 drummer John Andrew and bassist, Myles Howell are back for 2018 to rip through those Kingmaker favourites one more time. Joined by Mike Wright (Bonnitts and Dephot) and Matt Edible (Matt Edible & The Obtuse Angels) on vocals and guitar, Kingmaker are celebrating 25 years since their best known hits 10 Years Asleep and Queen Jane broke into the charts.

Anyone who saw their blistering set at Humber Street Sesh last year won’t want to miss out on the chance to hear those 90s classics one more time. From Lucy’s Down and High as a Kite to Really Scrape the Sky, Kingmaker guarantee you an evening of blistering guitar and drum-based indie stomp. Dust off your Doc Martins and see them right back where they started!

Andy Acum of the classic club night Menagerie will be spinning tunes.

Doors 8 pm

£8 / £6 concs for NHS staff from Hull Box Office

Monday 28 – Musicians Night with guest curator. Free entry
Tuesday 29 – Electro Bingo. £3 otd
Thursday 31 – Rev Magnetic. £7 otd/adv from Hull Box Office

Friday 1 June – Newland Veterans FC Awards Night
Monday 4 – Musicians Night with guest curator. Free entry
Tuesday 5 – Codex//Second Place + LMB (live set) + Chiv & Nick Kearney (DJ set). £3 otd
Friday 8 – Screaming Tarts presents Twisted Wheel + The Darlies + Rebel Sell. £10 otd/£8 + BF from seetickets and Hull Box Office
Saturday 9 – Pearls Cab Ride EP launch + Grinny Granddad. £6 + BF from Hull Box Office
Monday 11 – Musicians Night with guests The Brackish. Free entry
Tuesday 12 – Snowapple
Thursday 14 – Bloodhound + MY-HI + Ninth Pine. £4 + BF from Hull Box Office
Friday 16 – Giroscope Night with music from The Immigrants + Left Ahead + Get Up, Trinity. £4/6 otd, £5 adv
Sunday 17 – Boss Kitty presents Adore//Repel + Modern Mood Swings + The Stayawakes. £4 otd
Tuesday 19 – Under The Influence presents Grimm Grimm. £6 + BF from seetickets
Wednesday 20 – Hull Refugee Week gig
Friday 22 – Night Shift: dark alternative night featuring The Webb + Jan Doyle Band + My Fake Empire. £5 otd
Saturday 23 – Under The Influence presents Smoove & Turrell. £10 + BF from seetickets and Hull Box Office

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
Saturday 14 – Dead Rat Orchestra + Sutari
Wednesday 18 – Under The Influence presents The Weeks. £8 + BF from seetickets
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
Wednesday 25 – The Fuckin Glorious + Informal Society

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. Local, national and international Adelphi favourites now being booked!

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.
Friday 21 – Screaming Tarts presents Ginger Wildheart. £15 + BF from seetickets and Hull Box Office

Saturday 20 October – 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