Launched this week by the brains behind the ever-popular open mic nights at The Hop Poles (Tuesdays), The Fishbowl (formerly Wednesdays), The Hanover (Thursdays) and the featured artist performances at The Cyclist (Fridays), The Tempest Inn is the newest open mic night to join the colony of Brighton venues which is taken over one night a week by Amy Forrester (AMiTY) and Rosie Powell, who provide the clientele the best live and acoustic music that the city has to offer.
Set a stone’s throw from the beach (no apologies for the pun) under the parade on Kings Road Arches, The Tempest Inn is a newly opened pub which offers all that Brighton’s locals could want: a large outside area with benches & parasols, neon signs and inside is designed to look like a cave, naturally.
As with their other nights, Amy and Rosie provide a highly organised open mic night with slots pre-bookable by getting in touch through their Facebook page on www.facebook.com/eyesandearsbrighton or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. This means that the performers know what time they are on, the audience can see who is performing before the night has begun, and new for The Tempest Inn Open Mic, there is a 30-minute headline slot for one performer each week, giving them a chance to show off a little more of their music to the audience.
With fantastic drink promos for everybody and a great sounding PA, professional photos taken by Rosie, see the slider above, and the chance to perform inside of a cave, The Tempest Inn Open Mic is surely going to soon be the place to be for acoustic musicians on the scene and fans of acoustic music.
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