Ready for a night (and morning) of indie bangers? The popular club night Propaganda is back at Docks Academy on Saturday 30th April following the success of their huge NYE party at the Church. At Propadanda you’re guaranteed a night to remember, with a resident DJ spinning singalong indie anthems from 9pm through till 2am! Expect to hear the likes of The Killers, Arctic Monkeys, The 1975, Tame Impala, Pale Waves, through to My Chemical Romance, Paramore, and Fall Out Boy for those who still like to rock skinny jeans and chequered Vans?!
Over 200 tickets for the event have already been claimed but a limited number of final release tickets are still available priced at £6 each plus booking fee. Strictly 18+. If you’re looking to make the most of your early May Bank Holiday weekend, come and check out Propaganda, the UK’s biggest club night with weekly events in over fifteen cities across the UK.
Cult folk legend Beans on Toast is coming to Grimsby on Thursday 5th May. The festival veteran writes simple songs about complicated subjects and he’ll be doing what he does best during his performance at the Church – singing songs, telling stories and putting the world to rights with an audience full of like-minded individuals.
Beans will be drawing from his huge and much-loved back catalogue, but for those uninitiated, his shows are both inspiring and entertaining, and will leave you feeling relaxed and ready to go back out into the world and spread the love. BBC Radio 6 Music presenter Steve Lamacq describes his work as “an injection of hope and community” – and that’s certainly something the world needs more of! Joining Beans on Toast on the bill will be local singer-songwriter Hattie Cattell. There are still tickets available for this gig, priced at £15 each plus booking fee. 14+ and standing.
Grimsby’s most popular monthly stand-up comedy club is back with four new comedians. Headlining the show will be Eddy Brimson, an award-winning comedian who is one of the country’s most sought after headline acts. Eddy has numerous TV and Radio credits to his name, including appearances on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Scotland’s Comedy Underground. Despite being English, Eddy was nominated for ‘Best Headliner’ by The Scottish Comedy Awards panel in 2018 and for Best Event at the Edinburgh Festival in 2019.
Kieran Ahern and Tom Dowling, aka Good Kids, are a double act that have been taking the UK comedy scene by storm for the last few years. They met in the playground at the age of 4. They’re daft, weird and lairy and their alternative japes will have you howling! Romanian Radu Isac started doing stand-up a decade ago and decided to do his routines in English so his material could be understood by the Los Angeles open mic audiences. In 2015 he moved to London and after some appearances on the BBC, he became a professional comedian on the UK circuit. MC-ing the night is Tom Toal, a comedian, writer and actor from South East London. Toal has been a regular performer at the Edinburgh fringe and in March 2017, he also opened gigs for Rob Brydon.
Tickets are now on sale priced at £14.50 plus booking fee. 18+ and seated.
Original, outrageous, irreverent and endlessly entertaining. American rock band Oh My God It’s The Church will finally perform at the Church on the 14th May after the original date for the show was canceled due to the Covid pandemic. They have established themselves as an unmissable live act on any festival or gig bill they grace and they traverse the globe converting all in their path. Their vibrant and fabulously raucous music-comedy hybrid has amassed rave reviews in the press in both the UK and North America, sharing stages with Mark Ronson, IDLES, and Madness to name a few.
Oh My God It’s The Church consists of the Hail Marys choir, their band The Missionary Position and the lead singer the Right Reverend Michael Alabama Jackson. There are only a limited number of tickets available for the show, priced at £13 each plus booking fee. 18s + and standing.
Remember when Rhythm was a Dancer and Groove was in the Heart? The UK’s number one live 90s dance covers band is coming to Grimsby on Saturday 21st May. Relive the best era for dance music with over 2 hours of banging club classics from the likes of 2 Unlimited, Sash, Robin S, Prodigy, Faithless, Robert Miles and many more. Since forming in 2012, Rhythm of the 90s have taken the UK and Europe by storm. Not just your typical covers band, the group is made up of some of the best session players in the industry and together they have created something special and unique.
Rhythm of the 90s defy anyone who is a fan of 90s dance music not to dance their socks off when they experience the band’s high energy show for the first time. A limited number of tickets are still available for this gig priced at £20 plus booking fee. 14+ and standing.