Lance Vance Dance 16th April, 2014


The Incredibly Strange Film Night – Tuesday 15th April 14th April, 2014

The Incredibly Strange Film Night are back this Tuesday with another awesome double-bill for you. As always, first up they have their weekly Mystery Movie followed by their feature film this week… SIX-STRING SAMURAI!


Diane Cluck – 19th April 11th April, 2014

Diane Cluck returns to Glasgow for a rare solo show. The New York-based singer-songwriter of intuitive folk music has been influential in the development of the Anti-folk scene and has collaborated with Jeffrey Lewis, and Hermane Dune.

Fellow folk musician Devendra Banhart championed her early, referring to her as “my favorite singer-songwriter in all of New York City”, and choosing one of her songs for his Golden Apples of the Sun compilation. Other supporters / collaborators include CocoRosie, who invited Cluck to open shows in the U.S. and Europe and released her Countless Times album through their personal label imprint.

“Diane Cluck is a virtuosic talent with an emotionality that feels at once ancient and alien. Her mastery of her voice as an ecstatic instrument is so compelling.” – Antony Hegarty (of Antony & The Johnsons)


Kino Fist with Poisonous Relationship this Friday 9th April, 2014


Freaky Freaky – Thursday 10th April 9th April, 2014


Umberto at Nice N Sleazy 8th April, 2014


The Incredibly Strange Film Night – Tuesday 8th April 8th April, 2014

The Incredibly Strange Film Night are back with another awesome double-bill, kicking off from 7pm. First up they have their weekly Mystery Movie followed by their feature film; the ridiculously fun CHILLERAMA. The ultimate midnight movie, Chillerama is an anthology film made up of four ridiculous stories. Each tale is an homage to a different genre and style of classic B-movies. Featuring “Wadzilla”, “I Was A Teenage Werebear”, “The Diary of Anne Frankenstein” and “Zom-B-Movie”


The Ex at Nice N Sleazy 7th April, 2014

the ex

ACOUSTIC NIGHT 6th April, 2014


The Nightingales at Nice N Sleazy 2nd April, 2014

The Nightingales – one of John Peel’s favourite bands – play Nice N Sleazy on the 23rd of April alongside odd-ball comedy legend Ted Chippington and fresh locals SHARPTOOTH. Not to be missed!

Tickets are available at Tickets Scotland and on our website (see ‘listings’ page).