We’re getting excited for Paddy’s Day ☘️🇮🇪
Rugby ⭐️ Open All Day ⭐️ Live music at 9pm ⭐️ Irish Food ⭐️Guinness Offer ⭐️
Open from 12pm - 11:30pm
PIGS NOSE HALL MUSIC NIGHTS
The Electric Swing Circus is a live 6-piece fusion of saucy 20's swing and stomping electro beats. With an explosive sound that reverberates back through time, the ESC hotfoot their way through everything from, rock to to electronica, house, big beat and rock n roll, all with their own unique style of swing. Ladies and Gentlemen, hold onto your hats. The circus is coming to town!
The Pigs Nose Magical Easter Extravaganza is back for 2018.
It's going to be a fun day of family entertainment for all, with Lez the Fez and even the Easter bunny itself making a visit. So come join us at The Pigs Nose for a fun day out and a chance to win some Easter prizes! Live Music After from Alex K
Live Music in the Pub. Pigs Nose Resident Musician. Covers of all types of songs done in a Nick the Fish style!
PIGS NOSE INN HALL MUSIC
The Pigs Nose Inn are pleased to welcome back London-based swing/hip-hop duo The Correspondents, alongside Jamie Berry with his main focus on honing 20s and 30s swing influences into House and Electro genres.
PIGS NOSE HALL MUSIC. Tankus the Henge is the London based, five wheeled, funk fuelled, open top, custom paint job, rock ‘n’ roll jalopy that comes careering round the corner on a tranquil summer’s day. Ruining the silence and disturbing the bats.
PIGS NOSE HALL MUSIC. 'Oh My God! It’s The Church' is a raucous interactive party experience and parody of a Deep South Pentecostal church brimming with the best Soul, Motown and Disco tunes. Fronted by the insane pastor 'Michael Alabama Jackson' the service leads the audience through wild sermons of religious ecstasy. Since it's premiere in May 2013, the show has moved from the fringe tents onto the main music stages at numerous festivals including Glastonbury, The Secret Garden Party, Beautiful Days Festival, Bestival and the Edinburgh Fringe.
Pigs Nose Inn Hall Music Heading into 2018, Dreadzone move forward as a 5 piece, after parting ways with their guitarist after 10 years, and are focusing more on the electronic and dub elements of their stage show – a sound they developed in earlier years of Dreadzone. Their old skool dread sound comes bubbling to the surface on new album ‘Dread Times’ which digs deep into their dub and reggae roots whilst still keeping the beats fresh and the textures electronic.