Posted: 29/10/2018 By: Cheryl Webber
With Christmas and New Year’s Eve just two months away, party season is on the horizon. Here at Kings Head, we’re already beginning our preparations. We like to party all year round – which is why our unique underground music club runs events throughout the year for all of our guests to enjoy.
Our unique underground vaulted cellar has exposed brickwork and a statement arched ceiling that gives it true character, and is home to our popular cinema nights and comedy club. It’s also where we hold our live music performances, in which we collaborate with Glovebox Live to source musicians from all across the country.
On the 8th November 2018, Cornish trio William the Conqueror will be performing at our Vaulted Cellar – a well-known indie-rock band that have gained praise all over the country. After making their mark at AmericanaFest in Nashville, they signed a contract and subsequently performed at the UK Americana Awards 2017 alongside other artists, including Van Morrison and Richard Thompson.
We’ve previously had artists such as Nine Below Zero and Emily Barker perform in our music club, which were popular and provided great entertainment for our guests. This experience makes us a truly unique place to stay, and with dedicated staff on hand, you can be sure that you’ll be well looked after.
As well as our own events, the Vaulted Cellar can also be hired by our guests for private party hire – whether that’s for a birthday party or a venue to hold your Christmas gathering. Whatever you decide to use the Vaulted Cellar for, you can be guaranteed to have a lot of fun – we’ll provide disco lighting, as well as a dance floor that you and your friends can enjoy.
We’re also hosting our Festive dining parties in the Vaulted Cellar, where we’ll be serving up some delicious Christmas dishes for you and your friends to indulge in… all before celebrating the festive season on the dance floor!
For more information about reserving a ticket for our Underground Music Club night, please see here.comments powered by Disqus