Smithdown Social Club
We plan to take a derelict Conservative Club and turn it into a vibrant non profit venue and community workspace which becomes a model of fairness and community purpose.
`We have a group of dedicated volunteers who have been working hard and have donated lots of time and money to make this happen but we now need to raise some hard cash.
The venue is in need of repairs to the roof, electrical safety, plumbing and gas repairs and some internal refurbishment.
Our initial goal is to reach 30k to enable us to make the building a safe and useable space and start booking concerts and community events on a long term basis. 100% of this money will be spent on designated repairs and refurb.
We have secured all the necessary licenses required to operate the 300 capacity venue and we have already hosted some amazing pop up events and more are planned.
As well as being a music and arts venue we will be setting up a community kitchen that can help people who are hungry or lonely we will be offering workshops and events that benefit the community.
Smithdown Social Club is a Community Benefit Society with an annual membership that is open to all. Members will receive priority tickets, invitations to special events and discounts. Membership revenues will help to cover operating costs and secure the long term future of the club.
We can achieve great things when we come together with a common social purpose and this is perfect opportunity to join forces and support a better and fairer way of doing business that will have a positive social and economic impact on the local area.
Every little helps and it doesn't matter where you are your support is welcome. It's a simple way to effect change at a grass roots level.
Smithdown Social Club Vol 1 Artists is a collection of local artists who have performed and supported the creation of the project and includes...
Rob Vincent, Xander and the Peace Pirates, Vinny Peculiar, Mel Bowen & The Original Series, Rachael Jean Harris, One Eyed Crow, Simon McKelvie..