Sheffield Gig Listings: 9th – 22nd April

[wide]Previews Banner1 | Sheffield Gig Listings: 9th   22nd April[/wide]As we wave goodbye to the Easter bunny and we’re (probably) sick of chocolate eggs by now, we set about mid April with a heap of wholesome aural goodness and bit of something for everyone, calorie free of course.

Kicking off on Wednesday 11th The Washington plays host to Bridgewater Without, Tommy Jones and Stonerun front man Andrew Tregoning. A night that promises well crafted blues and folk and a little downtime from the hustle and bustle of the midweek hump.  https://www.facebook.com/events/358640454175468/

Unlucky for some, Friday 13th where Harley Live present Slow Club at Queens Social Club. Slow Club returning to their home soil for a gig that will surely be one not to miss; support comes from François and The Atlas Mountains.

Saturday the 14th hold a whole heap of events across the city:

Emily Strange’s Music and Movies for Sheffield Live 93.2FM takes place at South Seas, Broomhill. The first of three events hosted by Strange raising funds and awareness of the worthy community radio station. https://www.facebook.com/events/391400117536692/?ref=ts

Architects hit Corporation with Sheffield’s Rolo Tomassi and Stray From The Path. A night full of hardcore/mathcore/prog it’s certainly not one for the faint hearted.  https://www.facebook.com/events/152656931511620/

Also on the 14th are The Wendy Darlings, The Give It Ups and Nature Set at the Riverside and Whispering Dolls, Cold in Berlin and Great Deeds at The Harley.

Monday 16th Uneven Blonde and The Leadmill present Mystery Jets at Queens Social Club. An intimate setting for Mystery Jets, as it’s a 350 capacity venue it’d be silly not to venture down. Support comes from Peace.

Heading back to The Washington on the 18th, where Purgatory Players, Coma Girls, Oxo Foxo and Stuart Faulkner all take to the small round for what will be a delightful soiree.

The 20th also houses a fair few gigs as the Leadmill has Graham Coxon and Yunioshi take to the main room, for what will surely be a sell out gig. Elsewhere This Many Boyfriends and August Actually are at The Redhouse and Kartica play The Shakespeare alongside The Portlands and The Cartels.

And finally, heading to the Cobden View on the 21st are Scottish band The Draymin and local band Polkadodge.