Kicking off October is a magical night of laughter, cabaret and burlesque glamour as ‘Beerlesque’ returns to the Church of Beer.
Four Burlesque legends will bring the glamour and rhinestones to Grimsby, representing this art form all under the watchful eye of regular hostess, Kiki Deville. The performers this quarter are: Havanna Hurricane, Lydia L’scabies, Mysti Vine and Scarlett Daggers. If you’re looking for a totally different Saturday night experience, this is for you. Expect a night like no other!
Tickets are still available for £22.50 + booking fee. Over 18’s only.
Docks Academy’s Open House will open its doors to all once again on Wednesday 12th October to all.
This is a friendly and safe space for you to chat, make friends, do activities, socialise, and have free refreshments. Drop in anytime between 12-9pm. One the last few months we have seen a mix of new people and quite a few who have come back every month.
Just come into Docks Beers on King Edward St, in Grimsby and our team will show you upstairs to Docks Academy. For more information, you can email email@example.com
If you do need help with anything, we also have lots of information and leaflets to signpost you to various organisations and other groups.
Can’t make it to this one but want to attend the next one? Check the ‘What’s On?’ guide for future Open House dates.
Comedian Scott Bennett brings the laughs to Grimsby on Saturday 15th October, as part of his UK tour, ‘Great Scott’.
Bennett is on the verge of breaking into the big leagues. With write up’s describing him as “Live Comedy’s best kept secret”, and regular appearances on BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz and The Now Show, it is no wonder that over a decade on the circuit has allowed him to refine his craft to the quality it is today.
“Great Material, great delivery, a very funny man” – Rob Brydon
“A Joy to watch” – Chris Ramsey
“Flashes of Peter Kay, Jason Manford and John Bishop” – Beyond a Joke
We expect this show to sell-out, so act fast! Tickets are priced at £15, plus the See Tickets commission. The age requirement for this event is 18 plus.
The UK’s biggest club night, Propaganda, returns to the Church with a spooky twist, for a propa-terrifying night on Saturday 29th October!
Round up your favourite ghoulfriends, hop on your brooms, and have a truly wicked night! Propaganda is here to scare you senseless with a spooky Halloween Party as they transform the Church into a house of horrors on the spookiest night of the year. Expect tricks and treats, and be sure to dress up in your scariest costume!
Propaganda DJ Alex will be spinning all the indie and emo bangers from the likes of The 1975, The Counteeners, Arctic Monkeys, Paramore, My Chemical Romance and Fall Out Boy,
From humble beginnings in a 200-capacity club, Propaganda has grown to be the UK’s biggest club night with weekly events in over fifteen cities across the UK, and now Grimsby.
Early bird tickets sold out at launch, and the remaining general admission tickets are selling fast. Book yours for only £5 now, before you miss out!
Kerouac: And-All-That-Jazz tells that story of the Beat Generation writer best known for writing ‘On The Run’.
In this play, Hull-based theatre company, Theatre On The Edge weave together the fascinating story of Kerouac’s search for happiness, happiness which he never found as he ended up sad and disillusioned. This theatre production is brought to you in partnership with Theatre On The Edge and East Marsh United.
Tickets cost £7.50 plus the booking fee. 16+ (Under 18s to be accompanied by an adult.)