The Laughter Factory Comedy Club returns to The Citadel. Compered by the hilarious Neil P Shawcross, the bill will include 4 or 5 professional comics plus one open mic slot for a professional comedian to test new material or for a young up and coming comedian finding their feet.
Manchester progressive rock band Strangefish have been in existence (off and on) for twenty-five years now, since their initial formation in 1989. Inspiring an unswervingly loyal cult following along the way, the band took two periods of hiatus, from 1996-2000 and from 2008-2012, at which latter...
Following a terrific gig in April 2014, The Floyd Effect return to treat fans to more gems from the Pink Floyd treasure chest. Expect great musicianship and stunning special effects which combine to create fabulous entertainment.
PRESENTED IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE CLASSIC ROCK SOCIETY (www.classicrocksociety.co.uk )
Renaissance is a band with a rich history unique unto themselves as progressive rock pioneers who rose from the ashes of the seminal UK rock band, The Yardbirds. Their career has spanned forty plus years...
Quadrophenia Night returns to The Citadel to celebrate The Who's iconic film of the same name as well as the wider 1960s music scene. The perfect night out for Mods, Rude Boys, Soulites and everyone else!
Blues musician Otis Grand counts the legendary BB King as a close friend and won great acclaim for his command of the electric blues guitar. He has won a string of awards and has also been named as of the the world’s 50 best guitarists.
Blackpool based Ska Face return for another great gig at The Citadel. De-stress and dance to your heart’s content with some feel good ska and 2 tone tunes. Featuring tracks from the likes of Bad Manners, Madness and The Specials.