A complete list of live music and nightlife for Monday 16th January.
From today's events
“Monday 16th January
FILM: Somalia: The Forgotten Story
The story of Somalia's decline from stability to chaos and the problems facing its people at home and abroad.
Truthout Cinema every Monday 6.00-8.00pm at the Arts House, 108A Stokes Croft, BS1 3RU.
Free entry but donations appreciated.
For details see www.theartshousecafe.org/cinema.html
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Dila V & The Oddbeats & Guest - The Wardrobe Theatre, Monday 16th January
Ear Trumpet Music are curating a night of calming folk from across Europe to kick off next week. Heading up the bill are the captivating, libidinous vocals of Dila Vardar, accompanied by her flamboyant Balkan band, The Odd Beats.
Joining them are the emotive yet vigorous singer-songwriter PHIL KING, touring his new album, The Wreckage. Then, adding to this diverse night of folk, are Guitar/fiddle duo Kit Hawes and Aaron Catlow and Me and My Friends’ singer Nick Rasle. Tickets: £8.00 + 50p.
Cult - Refreshers // Macky Gee & Skibadee - Blue Mountain, Monday 16th Jan
This Monday, Cult return to the Blue Mountain Club for their first rave of 2017, with a DJ and MC known for causing chaos! The hectic jump-up drum & bass of Down 2 Earth Records’ Macky Gee will be hosted by MC Skibadee's infamous tongue twisters.
£1 entrance if you arrive before 23:00.
Tickets: £5.00 + 50p.
Fbook: Cult ~ ReFreshers // Macky Gee & Skibadee // £1 // DnB Special