10pm The Watermelon Complex
Woking has a history of producing great bands and so that continues with The Watermelon Complex. A Blues, Funk and Rock band drawing influences from the likes of Pink Floyd, Talking Heads and Frank Zappa these sons of Woking, gaining reputation for putting on a great show wherever they go have sparked interest and opportunities at a national level and are now playing one last local gig with their friends Brie and Indica Palm Radio supporting them, before moving on to more and more going on with their music. After playing around the area Woking now has a local venue to host bands -The Fiery Bird and it is only right that they get a chance to say goodbye to their faithful home town crowd from there
Come and support your local bands in your local venue, it has been hard fought for – use it or lose it.
A smelly French cheese that goes quite well on a wholegrain cracker, oh yeah and it’s also a band!
8pm Indica Palm Radio
Hailing from the sprawling metropolis of Wokingham, Indica Palm Radio deliver a blend of psychedelia and jazzy rock for fans of Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Mild High Club.
£5 on the door or £3 before 8pm
14+ with adult
Venue has the right to refuse entry
SCHISM: WOKING’S BIGGEST CLUB NIGHT IS BACK !!!
All good things come to those who wait, but our time spent waiting is finally over. The original Schism returns home to where it all began on a cold February night in 2002. Since launching we’ve been all about the music and so to celebrate the theme is ROCK GODS, come dressed as your musical hero. As ever, take it seriously, or take the piss with it. The only thing we ask is that on the night you have a great time.
Quake may now be The Fiery Bird, but Schism remains the same perfect mix of epic music, great drinks, beautiful atmosphere and an amazing crowd of you awesome people.
Those who go to Guildford Schism will be able to pick up a money off voucher for our re-launch night in Woking, so don’t miss that one. It’s like Woking Schism, but smaller venue and a pole. Guildford will continue on the last Friday of the month, with Woking taking back its usual spot of first Friday.
Since we shut our Woking doors in November last year, we’ve been waiting for this moment and now it’s here. So get yourself down for what should be one hell of a party and celebration, as we bring Schism back to its home.