Irish Session

Our Celtic/Irish session, with jigs and reels etc, starts at 8PM on the second Tuesday and fourth Monday of each month (except in December due to Christams markets, etc).
All welcome.

Thursday Night Sessions/Open Mic

Every Thursday we host a session for local or visiting musicians to showcase their talent.

The first Thursday of the month sees Adi hosting our Singer/Songwriter showcase, featuring all original works from both new and old hands in the song writing arena.  Adi also host our newest offering: ‘Launch Pad’ on the Third Thursday each month, which provides a forum for more serious musicians to road test new acts.  To get involved please contact the pub or Adi in advance, as these are proving very popular and slots are limited.

Eli hosts an Open Session on each other Thursday welcoming friends or guests, to either take over the Open Mic or to join in the session atmosphere at the end.  If you want to come along and join in just come early and speak to Eli about a slot.



The first three Sundays of each month we host the best of local jazz, the second Sunday being an Open Jazz Session run by John Walter or Tom Unwin.  On fourth Sundays we showcase talents in various genres, local or touring, on our Not Quite Jazz (NQJ) nights.  See listings below or check out our monthly flyer page.


3rd   “Sam at 70” – JazzLab plays music and poetry by Sam Richards
One of a series of special gigs, this one will feature Sam’s own compositions.  With David George on bass and Steve Crossen on drums, Sam will be on keys and vocals.

10th  Open Jazz Jam Session – with John Walter
John and friends getting together for the monthly jam, all jazzers welcome
John Walter 

17th   Ronnie Jones Trio
Expect classic, cool jazz with a modern twist.
Ronnie Jones Trio

24th   NQJ, Jeff Horsey
Former singer and harmonica player with Exeter band Junkyard Angels, who went solo in 2010.  Featuring classic blues and roots numbers as well as self penned songs.
Jeff Horsey

31st    Neil Burns Organ Trio
Neil on guitar with Martin Jenkins on organ and Ric Byer on drums.
Neil Burns