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Friday 28th April

The Lounge Kittens – ‘Bringing Up The Rear’ Tour!, Grant Sharkey

Ticket: £8.50 Buy Now
Doors: 7.30pm
Age: 14

Ladies and gentlemen, THE LOUNGE KITTENS: rock sluts in disguise.

“Loving it” – Fred Durst, Limp Bizkit

“I love your version – killer job!” – Corey Taylor, Slipknot

“You are the PARTIEST kittens I’ve ever lounged around with!” – Andrew W.K.

Big tunes with a twist… And from YouTube to Wembley in one nimble leap they keep surprising audiences with tongue-in-cheek covers, acid wit and the ability to swear in three part harmony.

In summer 2014 the girls knocked audiences for six at Glastonbury and Sonisphere festivals (among others) and were invited to open Limp Bizkit’s set on the main stage at Sonisphere!

UK and European arena tours followed with the bad boys of heavy metal Steel Panther and then rampaged through Download Festival, Graspop, Boardmasters and returned to Glastonbury for the second year in a row – proving they can hold the attention of the heaviest of metal fans armed with just a keyboard and voices.

Then came the videos. Spurred on by their live show success it was decided that a music video should be made. One sunny afternoon in February 2014 the girls commandeered a beautiful house and an even more beautiful Ferrari and filmed a ridiculous video to accompany their version of Limp Bizkit’s ‘Rollin’. What happened next was a surprise to everyone. With a personal endorsement from Mr Limp Bizkit himself (Fred Durst) the video sky-rocketed into the virtual stratosphere.

And now everybody’s favourite not-so-guilty pleasure are hitting the road again.

Their debut album ‘Sequins & C-Bombs’ features a whopping fifteen of their humorous, entertaining and technically-challenging covers tackling even more genres than before as they take on everything from Rammstein to Usher, passing briefly through Mumford & Sons and culminating in their first collaboration with a big band sound for Marilyn Manson’s ‘The Beautiful People’ and their now infamous Prodigy medley ‘Smack My Firestarter to Outer Space’.

These girls are no strangers to hard work, finishing their 2016 opening for the legendary Status Quo on their ‘Last Night of the Electrics’ tour and once again proving themselves arena-worthy as they conquer London’s O2.

And 2017 seems to be no exception as the foxy felines are eager to get back out on the road again. “We’re never happier than when we’re out playing shows” Zan, the Pink one beams. “This is what we’re here to do and our fans let us know we missed a few spots on the last tour so hopefully we can have a few more memorable nights in April”.

“Yeah, plus if we spend too much time apart we realise that we can’t cope separately anymore. It’s a bit like Stockholm Syndrome. So we’d better get back in that van” says Timia (Blue).

“TLK are the most amazing group of singers. Funny, talented and sexy. I think one day we will be opening for them” – Michael Starr, Steel Panther


“You have the makings of a very interesting act. The music industry is crying out for something different” – Danny Bowes, Thunder

“The three of you sing better than anyone I know” – Mark Thomas, Black Spiders

“Your voices blend really well – it’s great! I love the concept of doing Alice Cooper and Toto in that style. Very cool” – James Willard, Brother & Bones