Circe’s Diner

Date: Wednesday, 27th January 2016
Time: 7:00 pm

This young Bristolian four piece are destined for good things. Embarking on their first UK tour this January to coincide with the release of their new EP it’s a great opportunity to discover their unique sound, seamlessly blending country, folk and Americana. Circe’s Diner formed during their first year of study at the British & Irish Modern Music Institute but despite their youth they’ve already played at major festivals including Nozstock Hidden Valley and their song “Let’s go Sailing” features in the film “High Tide” after winning a competition to write a song for the soundtrack. Their music is quirky and charming, honest, relatable and upbeat, and we think it’ll be a gig to remember. For a better idea of what to expect check out their live sessions.

Tickets are just £6 or £5 with a student card. No food will be served but our fully licensed bar will be serving a great range of local bottled beers as well as artisan coffee and tea.

What others are saying:

Circe’s Diner are a Bristolian five piece that weave wondrous tales of love, loss, friendship and tigers against a backdrop of Americana, Roots and Folk music. These acoustic alchemists, with their amalgamation of endearingly honest songwriting and instrumentation, will echo heartbeats, blending infectious melodies and dreamy harmonies for a most intoxicating journey that will leave you thoroughly charmed.

Doors open at 7pm Gig starts around 8pm.  Tickets available from the Cafe in person or online at (concession price 10% admin fee applies to both.  Or on the door on the night.