— What’s On —


— Folk Music Night – Stuart Marson —

= Folk Music Night – Stuart Marson =

Friday 20th October 2017 – Doors 7pm
Tickets £7.50 ADVANCE
£9 on the Door

(with proceeds going to the Tenovus Cancer Care Charity)

A fine singer and guitarist, Stuart is well known as a songwriter and performer on the
contemporary folk music scene. He first came to prominence in the 1970’s, appearing at the Cambridge Folk Festival and
featuring on the BBC ‘Folk on 2’ series.

Stuarts songs have been performed and recorded by various artists, including Fairport
Convention and Roger Whittaker. Fairport’s version of Stuart’s ‘Close to the Wind’ has helped
establish it as a standard in the repertoire of many folk artists.
For more information visit Stuart’s website: www.stuartmarson.com

Support from Jessica Thomas (Country singer) and Hadyn Smith


— Folk Music Night – Harbottle & Jonas —

= Folk Music Night – Harbottle & Jonas =

12th Nov – Doors 7pm
Tickets £8 ADVANCE
£10 on the Door


Harbottle & Jonas are a stunning young folk duo based in Totnes, Devon. Their music is eclectic and is always accompanied with a great story. They have received plaudits from folk royalty including Seth Lakeman, Jon Boden, Rod Clements, Declan Sinnott, BBC Introducing and have recently been endorsed by Seasalt Clothing. Playing over 100 gigs each year, these troubadours are to be found far and wide across our beautiful island.


‘Phenomenal’ – BBC Introducing

‘Two Amazing Musicians’ – Seasalt Clothing

‘A Really Unique Sound’ – Seth Lakeman

‘Thoroughly Enjoyable’ – Jon Boden (Bellowhead)

‘Fabulous’ – Declan Sinnott (Christy Moore)


Supported: Martin Carthy, Seth Lakeman, Declan Sinnott, Ruarri Joseph, Maz O’Connor.
Interesting Facts: Had a beer named after our debut album. Appeared on Italian and Irish Television. Busked across Europe. Endorsed by Seasalt Clothing. Have had their music streamed in excess of 1,000,000 times in 25 different countries.




Yes, the fashion accessory of the year, the one you’ve all been waiting for…

Grab your ultimate 3RDSPACE Tee Shirt here now and pick up at the venue!

Available in Small, Medium and Large… Xtra large can be ordered!

(not sure who Steve’s come as…?)



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— Monthly Comedy Night —


Tickets ONLY £10 each

Next event Oct 28th

Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm.

Brendon Burns

If we were to use one word to describe Burns’ career it’d be “interesting”. This is not your everyday comic. Older, wiser, calmer – Brendon’s energy is still enticing. His turn of phrase is coarse yet oddly eloquent, whilst remaining fully accessible and intensely loveable. Never pompous and ever self-deprecating, he just somehow seems to get away with murder, and his influence is ubiquitous throughout the stand-up world.

“The single most jaw-dropping, awkward, yet ultimately rewarding bit of stand up we have ever seen” – ★★★★★★ (An unprecedented six stars) Time Out, London

Brendon Burns is an Australian stand-up comedian & author, who’s television career began alongside Sacha Baron Cohen & Ricky Gervais as a performer on The 11 O’Clock Show (Channel 4), but he is probably best known for his fearsome live solo shows, currently tallying at eighteen, with ten albums, and six live CDs to his name.

“His peers are not other stand ups but more from the literary World. Burns is the William Burroughs and Charles Bukowski of stand up” – The Guardian

Also featuring 3 more top comedians!!


Sully O’Sullivan’s been declared a highlight of the New Zealand International Comedy Festival:

“amazing” NME

“engaging” The Scotsman

“a blast of hiliarty” Manchester Evening News

“smrtonosno zabavni voditelj” Living Stone Magazine (Croatia)

“quintessentially Kiwi comedy” The Press (NZ)

“a wicked sense of humour” BBC

Danny Sutcliffe



With his unique style and ability Danny has been recognised as one of the most gifted emerging talents on the UK comedy scene.

 JOIN MC Sam Garland for another fantastic night at the award winning 3RDSPACE!
Book Early to avoid disappointment – Limited Tickets Available this month will go VERY quickly!


— Monthly Country Music Night —

= Monthly Country Music Night =
With the Goat Roper Rodeo Band

Fri 27th Oct – Doors 7pm
Tickets £8 ADVANCE
£10 on the Door

Join The Goat Roper Rodeo Band for another cosmic night of wild country and special guest musicians!

Featuring: Ned Roberts 

“..his guitar work is effective, his voice warm and his laid-back approach engaging” MOJO

“Angel Station’ … perfectly blends hopefulness and resignation in its lyrics; a nice counterpart to the bittersweet sound of the music” ACOUSTIC ★★★★


— The Fugitives – Canadian indie folk —


The Fugitives

Sunday 8th Oct

Tickets £10 ADVANCE

£12 on the Door

A fantastic night of live music, local craft ales, fine wines and gins

Described as the missing link between Leonard Cohen and The Pogues, Canadian indie folk four-piece The Fugitives return to the UK for the first time since 2015’s successful tour and for the first time at Great Orme Brewery. They bring brilliant musicianship, top-notch song-writing, complex vocal harmonies and a funny, uplifting vibe to their live performances. Since their last visit, the band have recorded a new album entitled The Promise Of Strangers, which will be on sale at their concerts, and singer Adrian Glynn, in his acting alter ego, recently starred in his first full length feature film: Volition.


— Billy Bibby – Gafael Llaw Charity Event —


Billy Bibby – Gafael Llaw Charity Event

Friday 13th Oct

Tickets £10 ADVANCE

£12 on the Door

A fantastic night of live music, local craft ales, fine wines and gins – join us at 3rdspace at the Great Orme Brewery raising money for the work of local charity Gafael Llaw.

‘Gafael Llaw supports children with cancer across North Wales. Run completely by a small group of local volunteers, our 3rd space night will be a great way to support this fantastic local charity, while raising awareness to the great work that is done in the Llandudno and Conwy area’

Charity website is http://gafael-llaw.co.uk/


— Hollie McNish —


Hollie McNish – LIVE at the Great Orme Brewery

Sunday 5th November

Tickets £10 ADVANCE

£12 on the Door

Aged 16+ Advised

A wise, rude, sharp poetry collection encompassing a life from childhood to attempted adulthood, from one of the most important poets of the new generation.

Hollie McNish has thrilled and entranced audiences the length and breadth of the UK with her compelling and powerful performances. Plum, her debut for Picador Poetry, is a wise, sometimes rude and piercingly candid account of her memories from childhood to attempted adulthood. This is a book about growing up, about guilt, flesh, fruit, friendships, work and play – and the urgent need to find a voice for the poems that will somehow do the whole glorious riot of it justice.

Throughout Plum, McNish allows her recent poems to be interrupted by earlier writing from her younger selves – voices that speak out from the past with disarming and often very funny results. Plum is a celebration, a salute to a life in which we are always growing, tripping, changing and discovering new selves to add to our own messy stores. It will leave the reader in no doubt as to why McNish is considered one of the most important poets of the new generation.

Hollie McNish has published two previous collections, Papers and Cherry Pie, and one poetic memoir, Nobody Told Me. In 2016 she co-wrote the play Offside, which relates the two-hundred year history of UK women’s football, and collaborated with the Dutch ensemble, the Metropole Orkest, on her second poetry album Versus. McNish tours the UK extensively, and her poetry videos have attracted millions of views worldwide. She has a keen interest in migration studies, infant health and language learning, and gives performances of her work for organisations as diverse as The Economist, MTV and UNICEF. Plum is her first collection for Picador.




— Winter Mountain —


Winter Mountain- LIVE at the Great Orme Brewery

Friday 17th November

Tickets £10 ADVANCE

£12 on the Door

Hailing from the wild and beautiful northern shores of Cornwall, UK Winter Mountain blends melodic songs, an extraordinary voice and heartfelt lyrics in a sound reminiscent of a time before digital recording, when the emphasis fell on the importance of the live performance and the essence of the song. 

The Spring ’17 full band tour was received incredibly all over the UK with MusicRiot.com calling Winter Mountains London show ‘a night of exceptional music from a blistering, shimmering 4 piece comprised of exemplary musicians who recreate and re-energise the soulful, folk-rock songs from the extraordinary albums that have won Winter Mountain so much acclaim’. 

Having toured the UK and Europe extensively as both headliner and support (Seal, Guy Garvey, The Feeling, Richard Thompson, Seth Lakeman, Ben Ottewell of Gomez and many, many more!) Winter Mountain is a songwriter in the truest sense of the word: Think the intimate lyrical poetry of Paul Simon and the passion of Springsteen meeting the roots of great pop tinged with traditional celtic folk. 

In November ’16 Winter Mountain released his highly anticipated and critically acclaimed second album ‘I Swear I Flew’. Multiple tracks from the album have received radio play from BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 6, RTE Radio 1 in Ireland and others around the world. 

Reviews for both the album and Joe’s recent live shows have been stacked with praise, come and see for yourself why so many people are starting to listen to Winter Mountain.