SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2024
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deep tan

Part of London’s thriving post-punk scene, deep tan‘s stripped-back, minimal sound is a vehicle for songs that engage with contemporary themes, from deepfake revenge pornography to gender-expansive ideology and stories of furry hedonism.

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Pave the Jungle

Initially turning heads with their debut EP ‘The Hissing’ (which was released physically in 2021 via Du Blonde’s new label Daemon T.V.), Pave The Jungle have since earned praise from titles including NARC (of which they also recently graced the cover), Punktastic, The Most Radicalist, DIY, and more.

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India Arkin

HMV’s first ever unsigned artist, India Arkin is most definitely one to watch in 2024. Launching her debut album “Home Truths” in October 2022, has found the rising-star as a National Album Day ambassador alongside the likes of Sam Ryder, Franz Ferdinand, KSI and locked her down as a BBC Introducing Tips artist for 2023.

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Pretty Velvet

Pretty Velvet are a five-piece British modern rock & roll band. With their catchy riffs, a blues edge and subtle dark-pop essence, the band have encapsulated an undeniably timeless aesthetic and unique sound.  

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Melanie Baker

Melanie Baker is a singer, songwriter and musician hailing from the Lake District and now based in Newcastle-upon-tyne. Her direct and honest lyricism capture themes such as queer identity, self-reflection and the anxieties of modern life.  

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Emily Rowan

Emily Rowan is a self-taught guitarist and songwriter from Darlington who creates chill acoustic music heavily inspired by KT Tunstall and Laura Marling.

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Marina Josephina

Marina Josephina‘s fresh, impassioned style is complimented with likeliness to artists such as Amy Winehouse and Norah Jones, and her songs see her undertake a voyage of relatable, heartfelt self-reflection.

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Line-ups are subject to change.

The Link

The Link is The Globe’s little sibling, an exciting multifunctional space, operating as a café, bar and live entertainment venue.

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This stage is curated by Noisy Daughters who organise events with women and gender minorities front and centre. Artists they’ve booked in the past include: artists have included Liz Lawrence, The Mysterines, Loose Articles, Me Lost Me, Kay Greyson, ELLUR, Komparrison and Martha Hill.

Access information

Level flooring throughout the building. Wheelchair accessible toilet. Blue badge parking on Church Street, level route from Wellington Square car park.

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SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2024


Ages 14 and 15 must be accompanied by an adult. No under 14’s.

Companion tickets are available via the DICE app

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