We love live music, which is why, every Thursday evening throughout the year we offer you a live band night.
Take a look at who will be playing over the coming months.

Christmas Knees Up with The Moonshiners

Date: 20th December 2018

Time: 20:30

Join us as we rock around the Christmas tree with the ever fantastic Moonshiners – two family guys with a passion for music!

Mainly playing music from the 1950’s era and singing well known harmonies from great performers such as The Everly Brothers and The Beatles, Elvis Presley to name but a few. They also include few modern hits from bands such as Green Day but these are minimal & Chris the bassist writes a lot of his own material which adds a great bonus for the Duo.

This is a band you do not want to miss!

Pistol Pete Wearn

Date: 17th January 2019

Time: 21:00

foot stomping pistol pete wearn

He’s back! Tearing it up with his own raucous interpretation of traditional blues, Pistol Pete Wearn is a renowned vocalist, slide guitarist, harmonica player and songwriter. Equipped with acoustic guitar and stompbox he blends traditional material and originals with the odd slide-ifed cover.


Date: 24th January 2019

Time: 21:00

Boobadust band perform at The Manvers Arms

RnB band featuring Dick Daniel aka ‘Lightnin’ Dan’, Rich Warren and Pete Tattersall aka ‘George Thunderbird. Together they make a fine combination for RnB blues music. We can’t wait for these guys to return to the Manvers.

The Sarah Knight Band

Date: 31st January 2019

Time: 21:00

The band is a Blues Rock cover band covering artists such as Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Free, The Who, Frank Zappa, Rush, Janis Joplin, Rival Sons, Fleetwood Mac, Band of Skulls, James Brown, Jeff Beck, but also mixing in some more up to date artists such as Portishead, Dusty Springfield and Goldfrapp all done in their own blues style. Sarah Knight fronts the band with stunning vocals that captivate any audience. Lee Kirkman is the man machine holding everyone together with his hard hitting technical style and Liam Gibb provides a seductive and thumping bass that wonders and roams free. The solid rhythm section ensures that Andy Scoffin is free to let that incredible guitar scream and sing for his amazing solos.

So if you fancy some stunning vocals with a modern twist on the classic blues rock bands of the 70s. Hendrix meets Goldfrapp, Bonamassa meets Portishead. Sarah Knight and the Blue Stones are the exciting must see band that you just can’t miss!