Variety Open Mic With Featured Act Like A Glove at The Pig's Palace 30/01/2020
Variety Open Mic With Featured Act Loose Ends at The Pig's Palace 23/01/2020
Saturday Live @ The Pig's Palace at The Pig's Palace 22/02/2020
Variety Open Mic With Featured Act Rubie & Rico at The Pig's Palace 16/01/2020
Variety Opoen Mic With Featured Act Rob Ramsden at The Pig's Palace 09/01/2020
The Virtually Acoustic Open Mic at The Virtually Acoustic Club 01/03/2020
The Virtually Acoustic Open Mic at The Virtually Acoustic Club 02/02/2020
The Virtually Acoustic Open Mic at The Virtually Acoustic Club 05/01/2020
Variety Open Mic Xmas Special With Featured Act Joby Heasmer at The Pig's Palace 19/12/2019
Open Mic at The Virtually Acoustic Club 01/12/2019
Variety Open Mic With Featured Act Allie K Stewart at The Pig's Palace 12/12/2019
Variety Open Mic With Featured Act The Drawing Club at The Pig's Palace 05/12/2019
Variety Open Mic With Featured Act Paul J Crimin at The Pig's Palace 28/11/2019
Variety Open Mic With Featured Act Jax Bardot at The Pig's Palace 21/11/2019
Open Mic at The Virtually Acoustic Club 03/11/2019
Variety Open Mic With Featured Act Reshad R. at The Pig's Palace 14/11/2019
Variety Open Mic 1st Birthday Bash at The Pig's Palace 07/11/2019
Singer Songwriter Open Mic at Kiss The Sky 15/09/2019
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The Virtually Acoustic Open Mic at Virtually Acoustic @ The Library 21/10/2019
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pls update me with mood lighting and club mood lighting
Home of the rudest, most sexist, arrogant, semi-racist bouncer in the world. If you do see him and his name is Camel or something like that, please kindly hit him as hard you can so he can't work anymore. Totally different on the inside. Lots of lovely indie kids and friendly staff. The Bouncer Ruins an otherwise magnificent club.
This is what live music is all about. A dark & dingy cellar venue in the back streets of Soho. The atmosphere is reminiscent of the old coffee bars of the 60'd & 70's where singer/songwriters would bash out their music with little help from PA systems or attentive audiences. Tatty Bogle's however has an excellent, though not particularly sophisticated sound system, engineer who can make a silk purse out of a sow's ear and a rowdy, inebriated audience who are out for a good time. If you are precious or want the punters to listen attentively to your performance do not play here - it can be rowdy, but if you are dynamic and put on a show the crowd will love you. The drinks are a bit expensive (but I suppose it's open late and it is Soho)and there's a great Karaoke session after the gigs, which goes on 'til way past my bedtime.
i've got nothing bad to say about this venue. i've played there 3 times now and while it may not be the prettiest or most welcoming of venues, i love it. it makes me feel like a real musician to play at places that don't do you any favours, 'cause if you can be good there you can be good anywhere. actually one criticism; make the venue clearer for people walking by, its so hard to find. apart from this the venue suits me perfectly, but don't play there if you need your comforts (e.g. monitors) 'cause you won't get any special treatment.
Tatty Bogle. Yes, it is tatty. Could also be called the Rude Obnoxious Bar Staff Bogle (at several points during my set they were louder than me, and I'm not quiet). I had to fight to get a glass of water before I went onstage. When I was asked if there was a performer's discount after the gig, I had my extra change thrown at me, and a free look of disgust from the barman - bargain!! The sound is apalling, I wasn't allowed to use a second channel for my second guitar - we were only using 3 in total, so I'm not sure why. I was underpaid for the amount of people I had in. The promoter doesn't even bother turning up to his own night. All in all, I'd rank it right up there with the Acoustic Cafe, another place I will never ever play again.
A cosy basement type venue with mood lighting (well, a lack of lighting which gives a certain mood) It's sort of L-shaped and will hold maybe 60 or 70 people. I've only been there once and although the sound was pretty ropey, there was a good atmosphere and a genuinely interested audience (unlike some west end venues.) Drinks are pricey, so if you're a performer exercise your right to bring your own bottle of water! If you get a gig there, then my advice is to make sure you get a soundcheck, as YOU will most probably be the sound man, then I reckon you'll have a great time. (Monday nights here are just one third of Club Fabulous, they have an electric night at the Red Eye and a female acoustic night every other Sunday at Moriarty's in Islington.)