— What’s On —
= 3RDSPACE PRESENTS =
Cherry Lee Mewis – LIVE at the Great Orme Brewery
Sat 7th April
Tickets £10 ADVANCE
£12 on the Door
Cherry Lee Mewis – a 5ft-nothing power house singer-songwriter who together with her band including co-writer guitarist Max Milligan, produces a unique sound described as having dashes of ragtime, country blues, a couple blades of bluegrass and a pinch of Americana. 2018 sees the release of Cherry’s Voyage album, her 6th studio release. A regular of Paul Jones’ BBC Radio 2 show, and championed by the likes of Imelda May, don’t miss out on seeing local girl Cherry at 3rd Space.
= 3RDSPACE PRESENTS =
Three Sick Steves – LIVE at the Great Orme Brewery
Friday 27th April
Tickets £8 ADVANCE
£10 on the Door
Three Sick Steves are a hillbilly styled, rock, blues and funk band, eclectically reworking popular tunes from the likes of Foo Fighters, Kings of Leon and Red Hot Chilli Peppers and adding some swampy spice and dark quirkiness to lost Americana. We’ll juice up some old favourites and introduce you to something, perhaps less familiar with a liberal splash of funk, country and pop.
Mini Music Festival and PopUp Street Food
‘introducing new & fresh local artists’
Saturday 24th March FROM 2.30PM – till late
LIVE MUSIC – CRAFT ALE BAR AND FOOD – TICKETS £10
Dave Cheetham ~ Garry Rowley
Euan Butterworth (Into the Horizon) ~ Tom Taylor
Brandon Ridley ~ Clare Shaw
Plus special Guest Performance from Matthew Frederick (Climbing Trees)
Monthly Comedy Night with Pop Up Irish Menu
SATURDAY 17TH March
LIVE RUGBY WALES VS FRANCE FROM 5PM
FOOD MENU AVAILABLE FROM 6PM – 8.30PM
SEATED FOR COMEDY FROM 8.30PM TICKETS £10
GROUPS WELCOME – BOOK AHEAD FOR COMEDY TICKETS
Pop-up Street Food:
St Paddy’s day special Irish food menu including:
Guiness Pie, Irish Stew, Irish Soda Bread, Colcanon + Vege options
Join MC David Tsonos for Comedy Night as he presents:
As an Irish Italian Englishman, Ian believes he has the right to have a go at anyone and anything.
Massive portions of anger and self-doubt are the stuff of Cognito’s act. He is one of the best comics of the national circuit; a veteran. He clearly knows what he’s doing as he spits his darkly humourous vitriol over an unsuspecting crowd. An outspoken, opinionated yet totally clued up man, Ian’s take on the world will have you convinced and convulsed with laughter.
“The mad who does to comedy what Jaws does to swimming. The audience fell about. I wouldn’t like to be his enemy.” The Daily Star
“He’s dangerous, and definitely not for the mainstream, however he made the audience laugh more than anyone else on the night.” The Stage
Affable, quick-witted banter merchant, Dave Twentyman survived a childhood in St Helens by evolving rapid, startlingly-bright patter and a smile that he somehow stole from Barry Manilow. This is a man who could teach Teflon a trick-or-two but who remains vastly more fun than your average frying-pan. What higher praise can there be?
A regular performer at many of the best weekend clubs in the country, Dave has also performed at a number of music festivals over the years such as Leeds, V Festival and Download.
‘Thoroughly impressed, best I’ve seen in ages. Great warmth and style’
‘Quick on his feet’
‘Really like his stuff’