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Phoenix Cultural @ Undercover Festival Bisley Woking

The Phoenix Cultural Centre will be working at this festival helping to run the beer tent stage. Identified as one of the causes being supported by the festival we are particularly proud that amongst the national and internationally successful bands playing there is a good representation from local Woking bands keeping the town’s music heritage alive. As well as headliners, Cockney Rejects, Dreadzone and The Glitter Band, local bands playing are The Toniks, Phoenix Chroi, The Brompton Mix, The Sha La La’s, Rob Foster & Return of Thanks.

At only £45 for  a weekend ticket that represents excellent value for a two day festival. Tickets and more details can be obtained from www.undercoverfest.com

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Woking Food and Drink Festival

The Phoenix Cultural Centre will be providing the live music entertainment for Woking’s first ever Food and Drink Festival taking place on Friday 13th Sept Sat 14 Sept and Sunday 15th Sept.  A selection of acts that have featured in the Lovely Music Nights the group have been running in Woking will be performing their songs to show the excellent original music that is grown and played in the Town. For more details of the music keep checking this site out as it is updated, our facebook page and twitter @PhoenixCultural and for more details of the festival check out


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Bank Hooliday Open Mic Monday

Yep originally the word Holiday was written as Hooliday a time when people got together and made lovely noises and sang songs so, how fitting to carry on this venerable tradition and who are we to argue this coming Monday 7-10pm open mic hooley all welcome £1 entry