Peterborough's pubs, clubs and bars: What's on

Our round-up of what to look out for in the city's pubs, clubs and bars which sees the highly rated Stickmen make their Peterborough debut at The Solgarden's Friday Night Sessions.

Thursday, 16th March 2017, 4:59 pm
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 10:42 am
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The Stickmen are definitely the ones to watch for 2017. Not only are their sets a visual feast, but they combine a live element to their DJ Sets and play parts of the songs live using a drum kit as a sample pad.

As producers, this pair are not to be overlooked, with four DJ City top 10s under their belt and their remixes being played on several of the major UK radio stations.

Having only launched in summer 2016, the future looks bright for The Stickmen.

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Live Music

Puzzles?, Bridge Street: Open mic with The Interim Room.


The Ruddy Duck, Peakirk: 8.30pm, £1

Charters, Town Bridge: 8pm, free, £20 bar tab prize for winning team,


Live Music

The Crown, Lincoln Road: The Mistreated. 9pm.

The Blue Bell Inn Dogsthorpe: The Expletives. 9pm.

Peterborough Conservative Club: Jayne, 8.30pm. Free entry.

The Five Horse Shoes, Barholm: Pennyless, 8-30pm.


The Solstice: The Stickmen, DJ and drummer duo in the Solgarden. Freen entry until 11pm.

Charters, Town Bridge: Vinyl night, Warren will be on hand to spin your favourite vinyl tracks, all genres welcome. Free entry – spinning from 8pm

Sawtry Club: Rock and roll night, 8pm to 11.30pm


Live Music

Puzzles?. Bridge Street: Holly Jean.

The Crown, Lincoln Road: Velocity, 9pm.

Charters, Town Bridge: Children of the Revolution will be bringing their unique folk sound to the boat from 10:30pm, free entry.

Peterborough Conservative Club: Marrakesh Express, 8.30pm. Guests £2.

The Burghley Club: Stealer.

The Granary, Long Sutton: The Expletives. 9.30pm

The Vine, Market Deeping: Captain Backwash and The Barley Boy (and Girl) Rafter Raisers will be playing for St Patrick’s Day - Irish, Folk, 60s etc. Free entry.

Parkway Club Maskew Ave: Harmony, 8-15 till late. Guests welcome.

The Cellar Bar, Arts Centre, Stamford: Pennyless, 8-30pm


Brewery Tap: Saturday Night Groove, Resident DJ Rick Allen will be playing a great selection of danceable vibes from the 70s- the present day, accompanied by videos on the large screen, 9pm – late.

Solstice, Northminster: Live DJ in the main room and SolGarden from 9pm

Mama Liz’s, Stamford: EHS – Funk / Hip Hop / Reggae / Groove – 9pm – Free


Live Music

Parkway Club Maskew Ave: Leigh Murfett, Sequence and Ballroom. 7.30 till 10.30pm. Everyone welcome.

Charters, Town Bridge: Sunday session presents Steel Union (pictured) , a fantastic way to round off your weekend, 3pm free entry – family friendly.

Pizza Parlour and Music Cafe, Cowgate: Lazy Sunday Afternoon with Steve Bean. A compelling classical guitarist playing beautiful music from all over the world from 3-6pm


The Crown, Lincoln Road: Quiz Night, Maximum teams of four, Pub Quiz 8pm, Cash Bingo 9:30pm.


Live Music

Charters, Town Bridge: Charters Open Mic Night, complimentary drinks voucher for all performers – 8pm, free entry.

Pizza Parlour and Music Cafe, Cowgate: Gemma McDowell singing a variety of styles from jazz, pop, disco, musical theatre and new commercial music, plus favourite style Motown and soul from 7pm to 10pm


Pizza Parlour and Music Cafe, Cowgate: Open Mic hosted by Anna Radford, from 7pm to 10pm.