Event Type: Live Music

-Onika Venus

Music ran through Onika’s blood from a tender age. Born in Jamaica, her early introduction to live performance was in her home village Resource, and ever since then, her soulful voice and reggae style has been capturing the hearts of audiences on two continents. Having first recorded music in Kingston, Onika moved to London to… Read more »

*CANCELLED* Personal Best

Unfortunately Personal Best are no longer able to play their gig with us here at Trowbridge Town Hall. Instead we’ve lined up the high energy party-punk band We Are Girls! Find out more and get your tickets here.   Personal Best are a four-piece indie/pop/rock group from many different places in the south of England…. Read more »

-John Kirkpatrick ‘Carolling & Crumpets’

Taking its title from John’s unforgettable song telling the Nativity story from the point of view of the animals in the stable, this show is a heart-warming look at the timeless rituals found in the folklore and folk music of England at Midwinter. John peels away the commercial gloss of modern Christmas to reveal the… Read more »

-Sugarmoon

Bristol band Sugarmoon are truly on the rise. Their unique blend of melodic folk-pop has drawn high praise from BBC Radio Bristol, Bath Radio and more. After a series of successful releases during the pandemic, critics have drawn comparison with The Beatles, The Mamas & Papas, Belle & Sebastian and The Beach Boys. But performing… Read more »

-Juice Menace

Taking inspiration from some of the US West Coast’s most formidable figures, such as Mac Dre, YG and Vince Staples, who effortlessly dominate many creative paths from music, to fashion and film, she is bringing this energy to the West Coast of the UK. In 2020, Juice received recognition from early champions Gal-Dem, who named… Read more »

-Kid Carpet

Many moons ago Ed Patrick visited his local car boot sale with a ten pound note and re-turned with a plastic guitar, a child’s keyboard and a toy tape deck. He put his name into an online anagram generating machine and Kid Carpet was born. Hundreds of gigs got smashed as headline and support to… Read more »

-Ålesund

Ålesund return with ‘A Thread In The Dark’, a follow up to 2020’s ‘All Hail to Your Queen’. Following the untimely curtailing of their European Tour in Spring 2020 thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak, they came back home and used the lockdown as a time to write, demo up new ideas and record a four… Read more »

-Mighty One

Mighty One are a six piece band based in the Bruton area. Born out of a 2020 lockdown-boredom recording project, with early demo releases hailed as track of the week by BBC Introducing. The group evolved into a full live band in 2021, with beautiful vocals, driving drum beats, textured shoegaze, glitchy guitars and a… Read more »

-Samantics

Dubbed ‘the poet of our time’, Samantics is a one-man wall of sound with his unique blend of live, multi-instrumental spoken word. It is hard-hitting musical poetry with a sprinkle of hip-hop, with a loop-station and loads of instruments delivering a refreshing and heartfelt sound.  With more energy than a ferret after 18 shots of… Read more »

-Larkhall

Piano, visual art and technology collide in Larkhall’s moving, cinematic performance. A composer, pianist and creative coder, he has written software to turn the nuances of each performance into reactive visual projections. His music has earned accolades from across Europe and the USA, with his 2019 album The Sea Was Never Blue reaching the #2… Read more »