What’s on in Peterborough’s pubs, clubs and bars this week

There is a big night of Drum and Bass when Sin Central brings a top line-up to The Met Lounge tomorrow (Friday).

By Brad Barnes
Thursday, 21st April 2022, 5:27 pm
Sin Central will be bringing a night of Drum and Bass to The Met Lounge on Friday.

THURSDAY (April 21):

The Ostrich Inn, North Street, has an Originals Acoustic Night with three performers from 8.30pm;

Charters, Town Bridge, has a general knowledge quiz from 8pm, free entry, teams of up to six. Winning teams gets £20 bar voucher.

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FRIDAY (April 22):

The Met Lounge - Get ready to celebrate the return of up front, jump up Drum & Bass with Sin Central bringing you Filthy Habits and rising star, Charta MC. The line-up also includes Subsinner B2B Dsire / Bad Boyz Active (MC TJAY & MCBC); Darka & Luger / Linden D; G-BOID / Sparka MC; Selectah Sounds Takeover Feat Lowkey, Mooks & Cazzy; Elexa B2B AJ / Drax MC; and DKOI. Doors open 9pm. Entry £11 on the door.

Charters has a belated Easter by Embrace Events with Drag Queen Miss Lexi Andrews playing all your dancefloor favourites. Free entry, from 8pm;

The Ostrich Inn has XXX11 - 2012 from 9.30pm;

The Crown, Lincoln Road, has Tiger Club from 9pm playing Soul, Funk, Pop and Rock covers. Free admission;

Brewery Tap, Westgate, has Disco Inferno – DJ Theodore S Supafly will be playing 60s, 70s, Funk and Disco. Free entry. From 9pm – 1am.

Yard of Ale, Oundle Road, has Last Minute Brigade;

Liberation, New Road, has Freedom night with dance and R&B from 10pm to 4am.

Rhythm Room, New Road, has Reminisce from 9pm to 1am.

Parkway Sports and Social Club, Maskew Avenue, has Billy G & The Heartbeats. £6 on the door.

SATURDAY(April 23):

The Ostrich Inn has SuperUnknown from9.30pm;

The Crown, Lincoln Road, has The Legionnaires 77 from 9pm playing Ska, New Wave, Pop, Rock and Disco covers. Free admission;

Yard of Ale, Oundle Road, has The Gangsters;

Brewery Tap has Saturday Night Groove with DJ Rick Allen bringing you top tunes from the 70s to now. Free entry. From 9pm – 3am; also Drum and Bass Night with Mr Nash and guest DJs in the function room. £5 entry, proceeds to Mind charity. From 9pm – 2am;

Charters has The Mighty and the High – an exciting three piece band covering songs from the 60s, 70s, 80s post Punk, 90s britpop up to the modern day. Free entry, from 10pm;

Peterborough Conservative Club has Cole Jackson 8.30pm - 11.30pm ;

Liberation has Soundbox from 11pm through until 4am. Resident DJs will be playing the best house and R&B tracks;

Rhythm Room has Saturday Night Social from 9pm;

SUNDAY (April 24):

The Ostrich Inn has David James Smith - 4.30pm;

Charters has Mark Stevens – expect a lively set full of cover songs and audience requests. Free entry, from 3pm; also music quiz from 6.30pm – teams of six, free entry, winning them gets £20 bar voucher;

Iron Horse Ranch House, Market Deeping has an Uncovered Takeover from 2pm to 5pm featuring Hedgehog Reality, Viral Peach and Cubans & Cognac;

The Bluebell Inn, Dogsthorpe has Caustic Lights from 2pm - a top Peterborough party band playing Pop, Rock Rock n Roll and Dance covers. Free admission;

TUESDAY (April 26):

Liberation in New Road is Tuesgay- Peterborough’s biggest LGBTQUIA+ and student night;

THURSDAY (28th):

Charters has Peterborough Big Band playing an eclectic mixture of music from the past 60 years.Tickets are £5;

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