Friday Night Live

March - September 2019, 6:30pm-8:30pm

Friday Night Live

This is the place to find out the upcoming line up for Friday Night Live. We will add acts to the list as and when they have been confirmed.

July 12th –  Ruby Macintosh

Ruby Macintosh is a vivacious singer songwriter from Yorkshire inspired by music of the 50s and 60s. This retro pop siren captivates audiences with her superb set of vintage and modern songs, delivered in her own endearing and nostalgic style.

July 19th – Bad Eye Deer

Hailing from two of Doncaster legendary bands Tobias and Boethius Saul, David ‘Bo’ Ramsay and Gary Winterman come together every so often just for the sheer enjoyment of performing music. With a mix of original tunes and favoured covers, strong vocals and exceptional guitar work and always a sense of fun.

July 26th – Shorrel Jade

Back by popular demand Soulful Songstress Shorrel Jade performing all your favourite Soul & Motown songs from the legends of the era.

Back by popular demand Soulful Songstress Shorrel Jade performing all your favourite Soul & Motown songs from the legends of the era.

Aug 2nd – Laura Kelly

Singer and guitarist Laura Kelly is basically a one-woman band, using Live looping, vocal FX and an array of acoustic instruments, guaranteed to deliver a unique and entertaining performance every time.

Aug 9th – Murder at the Seaside

Murder at the Seaside are a four piece Sheffield based band. They create addictive guitar based sound packed full of harmony goodness. Taking their inspiration from narrative song writing, poppy melodies and mixing old and new sounds together.

Aug 16th – Megan Louise

16-year-old country/pop Singer-Songwriter Megan Louise has already achieved so much in a few short years, performing on The Voice Kids, sell-out gigs in Germany, being hailed as the UK’s answer to Taylor Swift and likened to a young Britney Spears and LeAnn Rimes and a finalist in the UKCountryRadio .com Song Award 2019.

Aug 23rd – Ceilidh

Kilts at the ready boys & girls, there is an ancient decree that states Doncaster is actually part of Scotland so with that in mind as the Summer draws to an end and we get ready for the Autumn we are having a Ceilidh in the Wool Market.

What is a Ceilidh?  A Gaelic word for a casual party with music, dancing and entertainment.

Aug 30th – Memphis Cruisers

Yorkshire based 1950's style Rockabilly/Rock 'N' Roll band the Memphis Cruisers pay tribute to such artists as Eddie Cochran, Elvis Presley, Gene Vincent, Carl Perkins, Buddy Holly, Johnny Burnette, Chuck Berry, Billy Lee Riley, Johnny Cash, Stray Cats….