May 28, 2016 at 8pm. Price Adv: na / Door: £5
The hot rocking cover band FUSED play a kicking set of pop rock favourites from the 90s/00s/10s by bands like Kings Of Leon, Kasabian, Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Killers and many more.
Seriously popular and always sells-out.. don't leave it beyond 9pm to get in, or you might not..!
AfterShow ClubNight to 2am too...!
May 29, 2016 at 3pm. Price Adv: Free / Door: Free
Join the fabulous Dave Smith and the House Band for an afternoon/evening of jamming the BLUES every last Sunday of every month...!
Bring your instrument and sit in for a few numbers, or just grab a drink, sit back and relax.
Fantastic atmosphere and great music.
Free Entry from 3pm
June 3, 2016 at 24:00. Price Adv: n/a / Door: n/a
June 4, 2016 at 8:00. Price Adv: £5 / Door: £5
Local legends Dirty Earth are back to rock us all night! Followed by after show party
June 5, 2016 at 3pm. Price Adv: £12 / Door: £12
A day of superb Darts with former World Champion STEVE BEATON and more.
Bringing all the fun of televised darts to the FAT LIL'S stage.
Winners of legs get the chance to play Steve. Also a special draw for winning tickets to play Steve too...!
Just like the traditional events such as Lakeside's BDO tournament on the BBC, this will be a fantastic day.
Hosted by professional darts MC John Fowler.
Don't miss it.
Tickets available now online, from Rapture in Witney and FAT LIL'S Bar & Grill.
June 9, 2016 at Doors. Price Adv: £10.0 / Door: £12.0
Michael Weston King, the seasoned troubadour, and the former leader of U.K. Alt Country pioneers The Good Sons (who MOJO dubbed “England’s very own Uncle Tupelo…”,) is widely seen as one of Britain’s finest singer songwriters. He has made 10 solo albums and 4 with The Good Sons. Always on the road, both solo and touring with the likes of Nick Cave, John Cale, Guy Clark, Steve Earle, Roger McGuinn. His collaborations with Chris Hillman, Ron Sexsmith, Jackie Leven and the legendary Townes Van Zandt (who cut his own version of Michael’s song Riding The Range), have only enhanced his considerable musical reputation.
Lou Dalgleish is quite simply one of, if not THE finest female singers in the UK. She has been praised by, and worked with the likes of Elvis Costello, Bryan Ferry, The Brodsky Quartet, and many more. From 1993 – 2000 she released 4 albums (including the acclaimed Live at Ronnie Scotts) that showed off her unique songwriting, her stunning vocals and unique interpretation of other works. A long time Costello fan she can also be seen appearing in the show, “They Call Her Natasha” a stage show based on his life and music.
Both King and Dalgleish are no strangers to successful, independent music careers but after 10 years of marriage, the two turned their attention towards a joint project. The result was How Do You Plead?, an album that took the Country / Americana world by storm. Produced by Nick Lowe producer Neil Brockbank and featuring the cream of British players, including Geraint Watkins and Martin Belmont it garnered incredible critical acclaim. The debut single,100,000 Words became a BBC Radio 2 hit, and the band and album went on to win awards on both sides of the Atlantic.
June 10, 2016 at 8:00. Price Adv: Free / Door: Free
Awesome local pop/punk band with some killer support bands too.
June 16, 2016 at Doors. Price Adv: £10.0 / Door: £12.0
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
This “orchestra” seamlessly weaves trance-based blues music, harkening back to John Lee Hooker and Howlin' Wolf, with a drunken minor swing comparable to some of Tom Waits' darker works.
Marty O'Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra deliver an enthralling and passionate performance, which often leaves them out of breath and the stage littered with broken strings and bow hairs.
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