Friday 29 August - Sunday 31 August
|Stroud Fringe Festival|
Mumbo Jumbo - Friday Night 9.00pm– 3.00am £5.00 (limited tickets)
Mumbo Jumbo are proud to announce their first event at The Sub Rooms, bringing their underground mix of deep house grooves to Stroud Fringe, with the famous Black Box PA.
Mumbo Jumbo were Stroud's first DJ collective, starting back in 1992. They recently got back together to do a 21st reunion, which over 300 people attended and so decided to do some more nights.
DJ's appearing will be Monks, Jamie Rainbow, Drive and Rob Twin.
Electronic Production Stage – Saturday from 3.30pm (free admission)
This year will showcase the Fringe Festival’s first Electronic Production Stage featuring top local producers and dj’s, such as M.S.T.F, Mike Ayliffe, Bearings Jammed, Joe Dymond and Neil Wilson.
See Fringe Festival website and programme, Subscription Rooms Facebook page for more details.
The Subscription Rooms have announced some of the best in local and national folk acts for the 2014 Stroud Folk Festival taking place on Fri 26 Sept – Sat 27 Sept . Following a ceilidh on Friday night, alongside Jim Moray and “Horizon” BBC Folk Award and Spiral Awards nominees Lady Maisery on Saturday, there will be the very splendid Heg and the Wolf Chorus, this year’s Bristol Folk Festival Isambard Award winner, Chris Cleverley, a bit of folk roots from The Willows, last year’s Five Valley Folk Award winners, The Black Feathers and, opening Saturday’s proceedings, local stars Folklaw. The Five Valleys Folk Award competition will be held again this year for the final warm up spot for the headline act.
£10.00 SESSION TICKETS NOW RELEASED: Session 1 Folklaw, Cottillion, The Willows. Session 2 Heg & The Wolf Chorus, Chris Cleverly, Lady Maisery. Session 3 Black Feathers, Folk Award Winners, Jim Moray.
The café bar is open daily from 10am for teas, coffees, bacon sandwiches,
light lunches and snacks, also beers and wines from the local area and
beyond. Free wifi is available and the 42” TV shows major live sporting
events. There is a monthly New Theatre session on a Friday night and regular live music from local acoustic and electronic artists. The bar is open before and after all performances and late every Friday and Saturday.
Mr Twitchett’s Coffee House and Bar is named after Harry Twitchett, a
caretaker at the Subscription Rooms who came to Stroud from Shoreditch
with his family in 1889. After 20 years’ service, Harry died tragically in the
Sub Rooms and was buried in the Old Cemetery in the town.
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