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Volunteer run network to support our local area by showing what it has to offer.

Rescheduled Shows & Gigs

If you have rescheduled a local show or gig, you can message via social media or email

This list will be updated, as and when I see or recieve rescheduled dates for various tours, gigs and shows.

APRIL 2021
2nd – Hull, Bonus Arena
Soul II Soul have announced rescheduled dates due to the global Covid-19 restrictions for their forthcoming ‘Club Classics’ tour. Remaining tickets for the tour are available via 
The double Grammy Award winning and five-time Brit Award nominated British band tour the UK as they pay tribute to their legendary debut album Club Classics Vol. One. It follows from the phenomenal success of their tour of the album in 2018 with sold out shows across the country. 
The forthcoming shows promise to be an even greater spectacle with astounding production and surprises. 

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac’s rescheduled show at The Baths Hall on 2 September 2020 has been postponed again until 17 June 2021. Tickets remain valid for the new event.

The planned visit of Land of Hope & Glory to The Plowright Theatre on 15 July 2020 has been cancelled and will not be rescheduled. Ticketholders will be contacted about receiving a full refund shortly. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

The Magic Of Motown show at The Baths Hall on 4 June 2021 has been postponed until 23 July 2021 due to a scheduling change. Tickets remain valid for the new date.

Almost PINK Tribute at The Penny Bank Pub in Scunthorpe has rescheduled the May show to 29th November. Tickets already purchased are still valid and new tickets are onsale via SKIDDLE. Buy tickets for Almost Pink Tribute – Kyla Porter from Skiddle

Please note events in our synced calendar may be cancelled due to COVID-19.

Horrible Histories is coming to The Baths Hall in 2021

For over 25 years the Horrible Histories books have been showing us the yucky side of history. Now the Groovy Greeks and Ruthless Romans are coming to The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe as HORRIBLE HISTORIES Live On Stage.

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Fancy an Indian takeaway then this is one we highly recommend. They also seem to do a variety of different curries like Sri Lankan, Lebanese, Persian, Indo- Chinese & Thai. There are various banquet options but we only needed enough for 2 people.



You might have a bit more free time on your hands of late and find more time to discover new music. So I’ve put together some songs, past and present from Scunthorpe and North Lincs artists and bands but if you can add to it, please do!

Local independent & original artists



Who are the Saviours? Well they are a local 4 Piece Originals Alternative Rock Band. With band members, Jonny Bilton – Guitar/Vocals, Sam Gosiewski – Lead Guitar/Backing Vocals, Alex Staton – Bass Guitar/Backing Vocals & Nathanial Weatherall – Drums/Percussion.

You probably won’t have had the pleasure of seeing them perform live yet as they’ve only had one live gig but I hope that when this is all over you will head out, pay a couple of quid and attend a local gig to show your support.

I love original bands, there’s just something quite special about seeing an originals band for the first time. You could discover your new favourite song and become a lifelong fan. In some cases you just never know how far the band will go, but isn’t it great if they start playing bigger venues and you can say “I saw them down my local”.


Another town centre venue closes due to Coronavirus fears


Message to our customers and colleagues.

The welfare of our customers and colleagues is of the utmost importance during this challenging time with the rapidly developing Coronavirus situation. In light of recent government communication and advice we have made the very difficult decision to close our venue until further notice.
We will keep you informed of any changes to the current situation and wish all of our customers, colleagues and friends well. We look forward to seeing you again very soon 🍸🍾🍹🥂🥃

Following the developments, we’ve decided that Saturday is too far away and the risk too great.
We are respectfully closed from now until further notice.
It’s worrying when our little project is more responsible and swift to act than those who can really make a difference. We hope that financial support reaches the people who need it right now and quickly. Now is not the time for a trickle down tickle. This will hit us but we recognise that there’s many people out there who it will hit harder.

To all our volunteers and young people:
You can still access us, if you need us.
A Youth worker will be available between 2-4pm Monday – Friday to see young people on an appointment, one to one basis. We’ll email you to let you know how to book (part of the risk management is the booking, don’t just turn up!).
We’ve set up Skype and that will be staffed between 12-2pm Monday to Friday for those that can’t/don’t want to leave their house.
To anyone else that may need us: The above applies to you too. Just send us a message and, if we can, we will.

We’re keeping busy as a team whilst we’re healthy. We’re all safe and we will be back. And, we’ll treat this as an opportunity to make the place and the project better. Let’s all get better.

Thinking of you all and wishing you the safest, happiest crisis possible. Stay safe, from the Cafe Indie Team. ❤💛🤍