Before we go hiatus, we’re rounding out 2018 with the latest instalment of our annual year-end fundraising series, Festive Window. This year, we’ll be donating proceeds from the night to MIND. Find out more about their work here: https://www.mind.org.uk
We’re kicking off at the slightly earlier time of 7pm, but this means we can bring you a full line-up of amazing bands – plus the venue will be open until midnight if you would care to join the Endless Window DJ for a dance afterwards!
Richmond’s finest, Ceiling Demons have delighted Endless Window crowds before with headline slots at The Cumberland Arms and at last year’s NARC. Fest. Their intense, emotive and thoughtful brand of alternative hip-hop results in a visceral and beautiful live show that’s impossible to ignore. We can’t think of a more perfect way to put a bow on 2018.
N /\ L /\
One of our favourite new acts of 2018, N /\ L /\’s dazzling electronics and charismatic performance have already established them as a firm Endless Window favourite. Gaining national attention rapidly, make sure to catch N /\ L /\ in an intimate venue like this while you can.
Now based in Leeds but hailing from Sunderland, Roxy Girls have gone from strength to strength in 2018 with their short, sharp post-punk blasts comparable to acts like DUDS and Omni. Following a support slot with Myles Manley and a headline slot in August, it’s a joy to welcome them back to Endless Window for round three.
The duo project of Simeon Soden (Ako, Mausoleums) and Christopher Maltby (Tiny Mind, Mausoleums), Badger is a glorious mess of lo-fi beats, surreal spoken word and party hard confusion. Having delighted in support for Elisabeth Elektra and The Academy Of Sun back in April, it’s an extra festive treat to have them opening this one.
£5 entry on the door, 18+.