The Railway Inn
- Telephone 01962 867795
- Website www.railwaylive.co.uk
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Saxophonist Dave Lewis and vocalist Lizzie Deane lead the band through their soulful jazz funk repertoire.
The Manchester-Trinidad duo of Alice Fox and Jack St James play breathy electro-pop.
The twenty-five year old guitarist, an alumnus of the Brighton Institute Of Modern Music, has been rapturously described as the most exciting young blues guitarist to come out of the UK for years. Jeff Beck, Gary Moore and Paul Jones have all heaped praise on his broad shoulders. Poole is currently touring to promote his…
Blue Rose Code
Celtic ballads from Edinburgh born singer-songwriter Ross Wilson.
Admired pop/blues songsmith – founder of cult band The Bible and frequent collaborator with Eddi Reader.
Jay Mckay and Midge are your purveyors of house music for the night.
Eleanor Conway's Walk Of Shame
Ludicrous observations from the comedian who discusses porn, sex, drugs and drink and all the stuff you're supposed to know by the age of 31.
FlashFires are a five-piece alternative rock band that has undoubtedly been making waves, not only in their native UK but across the Atlantic too. With explosive guitar riffs and infectious melodies, the band began turning heads back home with impressive support slots at sold-out shows for the likes of Ash, Catfish and…
Rock, blues and rock n roll by London-based duo Jimmy O and Mikey Sorbello.
The Little Unsaid
The band, helmed by songwriter and vocalist John Elliott, plays its alternative folk-electro melange.
The five-piece noise-pop band hailing from Denmark perform intricate yet deep and sensual rhythms.
Singer, songwriter and virtuoso guitarist Nick 'son of Roy' Harper takes his show on the road – attention all 'Harponauts' (as the man himself calls them).
The American singer-songwriter performs country songs from his self-titled album.
Nashville singer-songwriter with support from Jenny O and Luke Whittemore
Open mic session for all styles and influences.
Roots: Open Music Night
The stage is open for local and visiting artists to perform whatever the genre or ability.
Simon Munnery: Standing Still
Multi-award-winning and delightfully surreal comedian Simon Munnery lifts the veil on his new stand-up show with an opening to die for, seven wry observations, a tone poem, four fresh skits and two new commandments. He is a British Comedy Award nominee, Perrier Award nominee and Chortle Award winner.
Canterbury four-piece influenced by the Canterbury psych/prog/pastoral scene of the late 60s and early 70s.
Fri 28 Oct
Times to be confirmed / £8 / 01962 867795
Winchester Folk Club
A variety of folk and blues artists, experienced and amateur, perform traditionally-orientated folk and blues material.
Winchester Uke Jam
Jam session for ukulele players, acoustic performers and singers.