Date(s) - 22/06/2019
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Many years ago on the 19th June Andrew was born. The next year on 19th June Graham was born. Then a few years later on the 19th June Jack was born. Some time passed, then on the 15th June Liam was born. After a few years on the 22nd June Oliver was born. Fast forward to 2019 and all these people decided to get together to celebrate our birthdays by making noises at The Smokehouse in Ipswich.
Entry is FREE but we’ll have a collection bucket on the bar to cover fuel and venue costs. Musicians put a lot into doing what they do, so everything you give will be very greatly appreciated.
Sorrdes (birthday boy)
Mawhrin Skel (birthday boy)
Anufren (birthday boy)
Supermerger (birthday boy)
Local grovemeister specialising in slinky beats and deliciously chewable melodies.
A.K.A Andrew Culture. Collector of odd noises, curator of occasional beats. Custodian of occasional whimsy.
Owner of best beard in Ipswich. Also well known for taking audiences on journeys of wonder and aural exploration.
A man who plays his guitar so well it sounds like a malfunctioning betamax. In a good way. For a change, for the first time (well the first time on stage) Anrufen will be accompanied by a drummer.
Possibly one of the strangest and most engaging ways you can use at least four of your senses. If you’re wondering which four, well you’ll find out on the night.
This is the first time Ransi have played live. But only as Ransi. Individually they have played tons of times. Including with OK Hotel and Ghost Poet. It’s brand new, so get to the Smokehouse early to make sure you don’t miss them!
Graham won’t be performing on the night. But it is also his birthday on the 19th June so we thought we would mention him. He’s actually a cartoonist, designer and photographer. Hassle him about it on the night, he’ll love that.
For this event we are encouraging you to bring along and donate non-perishable foods, toiletries and sanitary products for The Bus Shelter project.
The Smokehouse is located next to Norwich Road in Ipswich. If you take the road beside Coes you’ll see a car park, the other side of the car park is The Smokehouse.
The Smokehouse has step-free access, but if you have any other enquires about accessibility or facilities then contact The Smokehouse direct by calling 01473 85255 or contact them through their website https://www.thesmokehouse.org/ . Everyone involved with the venue is very friendly and approachable.
Nearest parking to the venue.
There is a huge car park right next to The Smokehouse that usually has plenty of spaces. If you arrive before 8pm make sure you buy a parking ticket because the council is very hot on fines.
The last train back to Bury St.Edmunds is a disappointing 10.19pm.
The last train back to Norwich is at 11.45pm
The main train station in Ipswich is less than a mile from the venue. The walk takes about 20 minutes, or slightly longer depending on how heavy your beer jacket is.