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


Sunday 10
Calm Stiege: Takeover 2
Calm Stiege is back with the sequel to his well acclaimed Takeover night.
Celebrating his Birthday in style, Stiege has selected some of the finest up and coming DJs to help him raise the roof!

Calm Stiege
Fresher George
Don Swan
Top Cat

Doors 8 pm

£2 before 10 pm, £3 after

Monday 11
Musicians Night
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. 

Doors 8 pm. Please arrive before 9 pm if you would like to play. 

Free entry 

Tuesday 12
Under The Influence presents
Beans On Toast
Jess Morgan + Benjamin Folke Thomas
Cult folk legend Beans on Toast is coming to town to promote his new album A Bird in The Hand and he’s bringing a full band with him. His 10th studio album, out 1 December, was produced by Mumford & Sons’ Ben Lovett at the legendary Church Studios (Bob Dylan/Radiohead/Adele) and is quite possibly his finest, most accomplished work to date.

Tickets are nearly sold out, so act fast to get one before they go.

This extensive UK tour will see the unique live performer, on stage in his element playing songs from the new record alongside crowd favourites from his varied and extensive back catalogue. Over the course of his huge career Beans has become something of a cult national treasure. What seemed like a throwaway festival act has evolved into something much more important, a voice of truth and honesty, cutting through the bullshit. A consistent and reliable modern-day troubadour, not afraid to speak his mind; always touring, always writing, recording and releasing music. Playing every festival under the sun and always, always, telling it like it is.

Support comes from the gutsy modern folk songwriter Jess Morgan and Swedish fingerpicking legend Benjamin Folke Thomas.

Doors 8 pm

£15 + BF from seetickets and Hull Box Office

Wednesday 13
Priestgate + The Feens
Since forming SIGHTMARES mid 2018; Bryn (bass/vocals), Hugo (guitar) and Ryan (drums)’s sole focus has been writing and performing down-to-earth music.
Raised from Driffield and Brigg, they’ve made names for themselves as local musicians in previous bands over recent years, collectively having supported the likes of; The Hoosiers, Toploader, Pigeon Detectives and Scouting For Girls.
Having released their recent debut & self titled EP alongside a repertoire of original tracks for the collectively disillusioned – their message is simple, ‘Rock and Fucking Roll.’

Forming in April of 2018, PRIESTGATE soon made a name for themselves with their own brand of warm jangly indie and infamous live shows. Releasing there debut single ‘Skism’ in early October in great response been featured on BBC Humberside, shortly after in novemeber they made there first ‘this feeling’ appearance. this young band certainly have a lot more to offer

As heard on BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing North Yorkshire, Amazing Radio and Soccer AM. THE FEENS are: Freddie Schmuck (vocals & guitar), Adam Lodge (vocals & bass) Sam Dowling (lead guitar) and Perrie Bunton (drums) – hailing from Scarborough, North Yorkshire.

Doors 8 pm

£3 otd / adv from Skiddle (booking fee applies)

Thursday 14
Pink Handkerchiefs Label Takeover
Live music from
An Orange Conspiracy 
Wild Fruit Art Collective + Foolish Atoms
Unassuming Perth siblings AN ORANGE CONSPIRACY’s brand of immersive grunge / psyche / blues. has led to comparisons with mainstream crossovers Black Keys and Nirvana. Listener-friendly dystopian angst, confessional and observational tales of hopelessness layered on hope.

Liverpool outliers the WILD FRUIT ART COLLECTIVE are a ragtag gang of musicians delivering their musical bile with a precise quantity of the unplanned and unexpected. 

“Their Live Show is tremendous… by all accounts masterful” – The Quietus

“Wild Fruit Art Collective are a loose, musically anarchic band from Liverpool playing dark, slightly chaotic music. The band fill the venue they play with all encompassing sound. It is an immersive experience” – Louder Than War

Hull based FOOLISH ATOMS dreams up droning acoustic swamps in his sleep. Creating music so delusional and pain numbing, audiences peacefully drown in the sweet rustic guitar tones and his strained vocals. 

Pink Handkerchiefs is a collective who love music with a passion. They have a vision to give artists a platform to express themselves and succeed – and share their discoveries with you. PHP events are carefully crafted by hand picking, bribing, and sometimes begging favourite performers, exhibitors, film makers, and artists to come do what they do best 

Doors 8 pm

£6 + BF adv from seetickets 

Friday 15
Under The Influence presents
Reardon Love
Fantastic hooks and melodies, a staggering live show and a healthy dose of organised chaos gives you just a glimpse into the world of REDFACES.

RedFaces are a gang of lifelong friends from Sheffield who have immersed themselves in the classics, drawing influence from the ’60s, the ’90s and occasionally the noughties – they are quickly winning fans, friends and plaudits across the UK and becoming one of the most talked about unsigned bands in the country.

RedFaces are (and always will be) indie rock n roll.

“Another brilliant band from Sheffield” – Huw Stephens

“These are songs built to stand out on large festival stages” – Gigslutz

“Fuzzed out psychedelia matched to crunching rock riffs, the faint traces of Britpop in RedFaces’ sound makes for something extremely addictive” – Clash

Doors 8 pm

£8 + BF from seetickets and Hull Box Office

Saturday 16
The Breakfast Club presents
Ming City R*ckers
The Cartels + Filthy Filthy
In a warm-up show before their European Tour

Huw Stephens of Radio 1 said “Ming City Rockers are the best rock ‘n’ roll band ever to come out of Immingham” and he could well be right.

There’s 4 of them. They listen to Stooges, Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent and nothing else. They like 3 chords. 2 they like better.

What’s wrong with this world can be put right with Ming City Rockers.

It’s a revolution, it’s a revultion of what we’ve become , it’s all it takes to make things right.

Ming City Rockers Riot Rock Ruination.

Doors 8 pm

Tickets £10 from Disc Discovery (Spring Bank), Wrecking Ball Books & Music (Princes Quay), online from seetickets or Gigantic.com (booking fee applies)

Monday 18 – Musicians Night with guest curator. Free entry
Tuesday 19 – Synergy with KaizzaB, Tom Walton, Nick Kearney, Ben Daddy, Calm Stiege & Naqs. £3 otd / £2 with flyer
Wednesday 20 – Ukebox + Moon Moth + Jack Parker£5 otd / £4 adv from theadelphi.com 
Thursday 21 – Under The Influence presents Faux Pas + Guts. £6 + BF from seetickets 
Friday 22 – Residents Association£3 otd
Monday 25 – Musicians Night with guest curator. Free entry
Wednesday 27 – Rafael Mendes-Browne and The Lasagne Sunsets EP launch. With Sightmares +Mosaics£3 otd
Thursday 28 – Take The Cake presents The Mighty Small + Kenny Barker + James Taylor£5 + BF from biletto 

Saturday 2 March – Easy Skankin£3 otd
Wednesday 6 – Patawawa£7 + BF from seetickets 
Saturday 9 – No Enemies No Strangers presents Counting Coins + China Shop Bull + Motormouf.£8 + BF from Hull Box Office
Sunday 10 – 9 Volt Music hip hop night hosted by Hazard the MC. £3 otd
Tuesday 12 – Urban Culture. Bringing you the best in local hip hop/grime/rap. £3 otd
Thursday 14 – Ruth Theodore£8 from theadelphi.com
Friday 15 – Foxez Events pre launch party featuring resident DJ’s Kubaski and D.C.T. with special guests Codex. £2 otd
Saturday 16 – Perkelt “Above Trees Tour”Copper Viper + Jay Fraser + Crooked Weather.
Sunday 17 – Smash It Up presents Aerial Salad Incisions Lost Within£5 otd
Tuesday 19 – KaizzaB album launch. DJ sets from KaizzaB and support from DANC & Crystal Clear.£4 otd / £2 students (ID required. Proceeds will be donated to MIND, the mental health charity.
Friday 22 – tAngerinecAt Lola & the Cosmic Getaway + Yorkshire vs Essex£7 otd / £5 adv fromtheadelphi.com 
Saturday 23 – Screaming Tarts presents Electric Eel Shock£10 + BF from seetickets and Hull Box Office
Wednesday 27 – Clean Cut Kid. £12 + BF from seetickets and Hull Box Office
Thursday 28 – Screaming Tarts presents Tony Wright (Terrorvision). £11 + BF from seetickets 
Saturday 30 – Black Kes: A Night with Queen. Hull’s progressive skiffle pioneers play your favourite Queen songs in a style never before heard before! £7 otd / £6 + BF from Hull Box Office

Friday 5 April Under The Influence presents Breathe Panel£5 + BF from seetickets
Sunday 7 – Psychedelic DiscoTech presents Dennis Bovell‘s UK Dub Tour 2019£10 + BF fromskiddle
Wednesday 10 – Material Girls

Saturday 11 May – In honour of Jacko’s birthday: Hamell On Trial and Ruth Theodore return!
Thursday 30 – Screaming Tarts presents Chameleons Vox performing music from Chameleons’ seminal 1986 album ‘Strange Times’ & a selection of other classics. £20 + BF from seetickets 

 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