Our Venues

Currently we work out of these great venues.

The Tuppenny – Devizes Road, Swindon

Swindon’s newest bar, and it’s only craft beer emporium. We love this place, partly because Ed’s other half owns it, partly because it has the best selection of beverages in town, but mainly because it is a super cool place. Here we are most often found hanging out, and put on music across the month. This is really the ready made replacement for our old Unplugged shows – expect the cream of the national acoustic circuit balanced with the best locals, alongside more varied fare like literature nights, poetry etc. The Tuppenny Website

The Victoria – Victoria Road, Swindon

Our spiritual home, and the venue that gave birth to Songs of Praise. The Victoria is the main venue for the town at the moment, and has the best sound system, if not the largest stage! Here we run our larger and noiser band shows. These are generally 3 act line ups, charged on the door. The Vic website

The Golden Lion – Gloucester Road, Bristol

Our first venue outside of Swindon, and what a beaut it is. From January 2017 we are hosting a residency one Sunday a month. This is musically focused on a more rootsy theme – American, Country, Blues, Folk etc. Golden Lion Website

The Beehive – Prospect Hill, Swindon

SoP shows end up here on an ad-hoc basis depending on our demand and their schedule. Possibly our favourite watering hole, the bohemian atmosphere lends itself very well to folk and Americana. We love to do Sunday afternoon sessions here. The Beehive website

Level III – Commercial Road, Swindon

In early 2016 we returned to Swindon’s largest club venue (tucked in behind / underneath the Rolleston Arms) after a 3 year absence. Only time will tell what happens, but have already started to bring some national touring bands of credible stature to the town as well as bigger local shows. Level III website

The Rolleston Arms – Commercial Road, Swindon

An occasional venue for us, the pub above Level II has a long and proud history of hosting live music. Mainly covers bands, but every once in a while we take something more interesting to them . The Rolleston Arms website