Tribute artist and family fun day!!!
Children allowed until 6pm
Tel: 01302 768749
53-54 Hall Gate,
The Horse and Groom
East Laith Gate
37-38 Market Place
Mon – Thu: 8am to 11.30pm
Fri – Sat: 8am to 12am
Sun: 8am to 11pm
The Gate House
Mon – Thu: 8am to 12am
Fri – Sat: 8am to 1am
Sun: 8am to 12am
39-41 Cleveland Street
DN1 3DS Doncaster
Phone: 01302 562655
34 French Gate,
Telephone 01302 340375, 07850 963340, 07772 213189
Welcome to Cask Corner Dive Bar in Doncaster town centre. We’re a busy, lively bar offering a great selection of drinks you simply won’t find anywhere else.
Everything about us is unique, from our massive selection of ever changing real ales and our hand pulled real ciders through to the 100 different bottled beers we hold in stock to the bold and distinctive interior decor.
Here at cask corner we pride ourselves in offering something completely different -
The Priory Nightclub
Lazarus Court, Bradford Row
Doncaster, DN1 1UP
The home of Doncaster’s best music…THE HALLCROSS!
Recently re-opened and ready to take over the local music scene once again!
Paper Aeroplanes is Sarah Howells and Richard Llewellyn. Their musical partnership began six years ago in small town West Wales and in 2009 they released their debut album “The Day we ran into the Sea”.
The album with its distinctive sound under Sarah’s beautiful vocals was described by the BBC’s Adam Walton as “brilliantly crafted and stoked from a bruised heart’s embers”, and BBC Radio Wales as “the finest radio album to come out of Wales since Rockferry”.
“Paper Aeroplanes are an oasis of gravity in a cultural desert of frivolity, of emotion in a cold hearted world. If you’re not in tears by the end of A Comfortable Sleep then you’re either a Stalinist dictator or a statue. 9/10 “ Paul Kerr, Fourohfive 405
“Intimate, jaunty and confident lo-key pop with great melody .” The Guardian
“No pretence , no artifice, just great, memorable songs and a voice that’d charm a piranha” Adam Walton BBC Wales
“My favourite welsh combo since a slice of bara brith and a cup of sweet tea“ Beat-Surrender
13:00 – 13:20 Gary Winterman
13:35 – 14:00 13 Women
14:15 – 14:35 Steve Foster
14:50 – 15:10 Michelle Green
15:25 – 15:45 James Taplin
16:00 – 16:40 Pure Pearl Jam
17:05 – 17:30 Stephen Lighton (Beast)
17:45 – 18:10 The Collective
18:25 – 18:45 James Michael Foy
19:20 – 19:50 Rita Payne
20:05 – 20:35 Elliot Morris
20:50 – 21:30 White Valentine
21:30 – 22:10 Bang Bang Romeo
22:35 Paper Aeroplanes
Tel: 01302 364636
Phone: 07770 528825
The OK Social Club – Raff, Chris, Gordy and Jordan have only been playing together since summer 2011 but are fast becoming one of the hottest young bands to appear from Edinburgh’s underground music scene.
They have a massive mix of influences from 50′s and 60′s girl groups to 70′s punk Rock and Roll, it’s edgy, melodic and Doesn’t take itself too seriously much like the 4 band members who met while playing on the same bill in Stirling in two different bands.
Their first singles two singles ‘The Shape of Things to Come’ and ‘The Late 90′s’ were released on Platform Records in 2012, and featured on various shows including The Sunday Brunch playlist on Channel 4 and Sky Sports, Soccer AM as well as being record of the month on BBC’s The Janice Forsyth show and Steve Lamacq’s Rebel playlist winner on BBC Radio 6.
John White was U.V. PØP right from the start. First as a one man band for the 80s when he began playing live in the early part of 1982. Back then his ´band´ consisted of nothing more than himself plus a series of pre-recorded backing tapes. The arrangement proved both pragmatic and effective as with this arrangement there were no other band members to consider, no compromises, just a man and his R…evox and, as Richard Strange once sagely observed: ´A Revox doesn´t answer back.´This line-up served him well, Early concerts included supports with In The Nursery, Danse Society and the fledgling Pulp…. His first single was Recorded and Produced by Cabaret Voltaire – it took him to a support slots with hitherto unknown Culture club, John Cooper Clarke and Nico plus an invite to perf orm in Holland and with it a live peformance on Radio Hilversum’s Sunday afternoon show VPRO Spleen..
It was at this time that he was picked up by the legendary John Peel! and this time also that john joined Sheffield group Artery as guitarist for a short tour of Italy and a series of UK dates, leaving subsequently however to concentrate on his main passion UV PØP
That was then!
A new century came and John reformed the band – new members were brought in and he started gigging again.
But even more was to emerge – a re-recorded version of “Serious” for the 21st century and an ep – “Sea the stars social club” recorded at higherrhythm studio for Circuit records.
His “on-line” career took off too making the first four albums available as downloads – then Brooklyn based US label Sacred bones approached him and secured the right to re-release “No songs tomorrow/Just A Game” Just in time for the 30th anniversary of it’s original release and “No songs tomorrow” the album in the new year.
Then, to coincide with a tour of Germany geneticmusic (a Germany based label) has re-released the album “Bendy Baby Man” together with 12” single “Anyone For Me” As a 2 CD set.
And finally, with a series of Festivals, including SXSW, planned for next year everything is set for a complete and succesful return for John and his band to where they belong – in the heart of Europe.
John White – Guitar/vocals
Fiona Sergison – keys/vocals
Tony Nicholson – guitar
Mark Taylor – bass
69 Silver St.
Doncasters best new Indie / rock bar, We have loads of Dj’s playing everything from Indie Rock to Metal,Soul, Funk and Rock n Roll throughout the week, catering for everyone, from all time classics through to new school indie. Expect to hear tunes from The Clash to The Killers, The Pixies to Paramore, The Who to The Wombats + much much more
we have a selection of cask ales including Marstons Pedigree, Wychwood Hobgoblin & Ringwood Boondoggle,
to name but a few.
11:00 OK SOCIAL CLUB
10:00 UV POP
8:45 LU MORE
8:00 SELBY GREEN
7:15 THE DARLINGTONS
6:30 DUNCAN WARD
5:15 CIARON ELM feat SKEDADDLE