Gig List for the coming days/weeks/months is shown below. All the dates
are subject to change, and if you are traveling a long way we advise
you to phone and confirm. If you want to book tickets please phone us
on 01792 473276 (rather than sending me an email). Please don't phone
between 12 and 2pm as it's lunchtime and we're likely to be too busy
cooking to staff the Box Office as well! We aren't open in the evenings
unless we've got music on (or lasagne to make) so ring in the daytime
(there's someone there from 8:30am-6pm, usually).
usually open at 7:30pm, with support acts starting at 8:30pm. We don't
reserve tables so if you intend sitting down to eat, be early. The
kitchen stays open until about 9 or when the main act starts. We try
and stick to what's advertised but musicians will be musicians!
were my surprise find of the festival when they last played here.
Very pleased to welcome them back for a headliner. A little bit
Mumford, a lot of lush harmonies - with a bluesy edge to stop
it all getting too sickly. RECOMMENDED!
Richard James - formerly of West Walian psyche-heads Gorky’s
Zygotic Mynci -has quietly recorded a series of mellifluous pastoral
music. His latest, Pictures in the Morning, is his best yet, not
least for the stunning ten-minute raga that’s equal parts
Rhossili and Rishikesh. Plus Gareth Bonello from The Gentle Good!!
After a spell
living in an oak tree, hitch-hiker turned songwriter McGee has been
touring and writing fierce, restless, tender songs for over a decade.
Beatnik by nature, the literate, even filmic, style of her output
draws on auteurs like Jim Jarmusch and the Coen Brothers; combining
humour and dry observation with a grainy old-time black-and-white
feel and a deep sense of humanity.
The Grass Snakes
are a bluegrass band that play an exciting mix of bluegrass classics
and other material, using traditional bluegrass instrumentation
of Fiddle, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Double Bass and 3/4 part harmony
vocal, delivered in the high, lonesome way.
teenage angst for middle aged people
you're a band/artist or promoter email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please bear in mind that we have a LOT of demos, albums and emails sent
to us and it takes us a while to get through them. Please also note
that we are a small restaurant with a musical interest in the singer-songwriter/americana/alt.country/etc.
If you play punk, nu-punk, post punk, hardcore, emo, screamo, grindcore,
hip hop, breakbeat, drum'n'bass etc. your email will most likely be
ignored and demo binned. We also have no interest in acts who list dancing
above singing in their biographies and rely on backing tracks. Not sure
whether to email me? Count the number of Dylan albums you can name,
if it's less than 10 don't bother :-) .
sure whether to come and see a show in The Chattery? You can read a
selection of nice things people have said about us here.
brief history of live music at The Chattery can be found here. Including
some of the gigs you might've missed!