THURSDAY 8th NOVEMBER – SOLD OUT
Our Good Food Club presents an evening of Fine Dining with some wonderful dishes from our celebrated chef, Gary Pickles. Details here.
THURSDAY 22nd NOVEMBER – SOLD OUT
The Good Food Club presents A TASTE OF SPAIN. A night of amazing food and music.
WEDNESDAY 12th DECEMBER
The Good Food Club presents A TASTE OF PARIS. Ooh la la. Tickets selling fast, get yours here.
To find out what The CAT Club is all about, how it started, what albums have been played and which guest presenters have been along to talk to us check our website.
REARRANGED DATE: THE WHO ‘LIVE AT LEEDS. Thursday 10TH November at 7.30pm. SOLD OUT
Following his accident, our very special guest, Who producer JON ASTLEY will now be joining us on THURSDAY 10TH JANUARY:
The legendary live album recorded (less than 20 miles from The CAT Club) at the University Refectory at Leeds on 14 February 1970 is presented in it’s all glory on the original vinyl pressing.
Critic Nick Cohn described the album as “the definitive hard-rock holocaust,” and that just about sums the collective of Pete Townsend, Roger Daltry, John Entwistle and Keith Moon.
Our very special guest presenter is JON ASTLEY who remastered the tapes and produced the de-luxe edition and has worked with The Who for many years supervising mastering all their back catalogue.
LED ZEPPELIN IV. SOLD OUT
We here at The CAT Club are delighted to welcome one of the leading authorities on all things Led Zeppelin.
DAVE LEWIS founded the Zeppelin magazine, TIGHT BUT LOOSE, thirty nine years ago. Dave has seen it grow from a do it yourself hand-out to the globally respected feature that is a must for all fans of the band and their individual members. He’s also written critically acclaimed books including his latest tome EVENINGS WITH LED ZEPPELIN: The Complete Concert Chronicle 1968-1980 (written with Mike Tremaglio).
THE CAT CLUB – LIVE IN CONCERT
We’ve had some wonderful live events recently.
MATTHEWS SOUTHERN COMFORT performed live in concert on Monday 29th October and this will be long remembered for being one of the best ever gigs in this town for many a year. The previous night, in association with Route Publishing, IAIN MATTHEWS launched his biography, Thro’ My Eyes. IAN CLAYTON, who helped write the book, did some terrific readings and Iain Matthews sang some wonderful songs. Two great nights on the bounce for sure.
MISTER DODO BONES AND THE ONE-EYED JACKS blew our minds on Saturday 3rd November with one of the best blues performances we’ve ever had. If you missed them, you’ll be glad to happy to know they’ll be back in town as soon as we can arrange it.