Events

Ledge

Saturday 7th October 2017
7:30 pm
During the week beginning Tuesday 3rd October we will be fund-raising at Eerie Ink in support of the Mayor’s Charity, WPH Counselling. We will sell cakes and do a raffle; donations gratefully accepted. On the Saturday evening (7th) there will be a 45 minute performance of a play, written by a local actor, Richard Green, which deals with mental health issues. This will followed by a Q and A session, then music and a chance to socialise. Doors and bar open 7.30pm, free entry.

Death Do Us Part Danger Show

Wednesday 26th July 2017
7:30 pm
Tickets from Eerie £8 or online at www.ticketsource.co.uk Bar Available Knife-throwing, sword swallowing...... a spectacular show!

Martian Summer Holiday

Saturday 8th July 2017
7:30 pm
Martian Social Club live.

Punk for Pussies

Saturday 25th March 2017
7:30 pm
We are having a gig at Eerie on Saturday 25th March; funds raised will go to supporting a local cat rescue (Pepa's Legacy). Two punk bands (Rook Crutches and Unhinged), bar, 18+, £4 entry, 7.30pm onwards. We are asking for donations of cat food etc. before the event and we are selling raffle tickets with some great prizes (see Facebook).

Martian Social Club Xmas Extravaganza

Saturday 17th December 2016
7:30 pm
Another appearance at Eerie by the very talented (and weird) Martians. Bar available, doors open 7.30pm. £4 entry on door. 18+

Puppets to the Supreme Commander

Saturday 3rd September 2016
7:30 pm
Debut gig from the new dark rock/pop outfit Puppets To The Supreme Commander... Featuring Ed Graham (ex Darkness) and Angus Duprey (ex Goid), be there and be part of music history!! £4 entry. Bar.

Charity Tattooing

Sunday 28th August 2016
12:00 pm
Select from a variety of Artists' tattoo designs, costing from £10 to £40. We have two female and four male tattooists. From noon to 4pm. Proceeds to Acorns, a local children's hospice. We raised over £700 !!!

Martian Social Club

Sunday 28th August 2016
7:30 pm
Bar, doors open 7.30pm. £4 entry. 18+ Martian Social Club are a local (somewhat crazy), very talented band. "Psychedelic high jinks from Walsall's finest purveyors of absurdist rock". Their previous event here was a huge success, so we are expecting another fabulous evening.

Death us do Part

Wednesday 3rd August 2016
7:30 pm
Till Death Us Do Part Danger Show... on tour. £6.00 a ticket. Buy from Eerie or go online at http://www.wegottickets.com/event/361924 Danger never looked so good! DUE TO THE SMALL CAPACITY OF THE VENUE TICKETS ARE LIMITED SO WE RECOMMEND BUYING IN ADVANCE ;-) GET READY TO DEATHDOUSPARTY!!! The Death Do Us Part Danger Show is a thrilling, sexy cabaret show like no other. Featuring knife-throwing, sword-swallowing and whip-cracking amongst other spectacular acts, along with a stunning international cast, Danger really never looked so good! They feature acts that are a unique fusion of traditional circus, sideshow, burlesque and magic presented in a spectacular world-class show. They have toured on three continents with the world famous Pretty Things Peepshow and this is the first UK(and Ireland) tour of their solo show. Featuring Charlie and Rachel Atlas, the husband and wife danger duo who put their lives on the line for your entertainment, this pair of daredevils really bring a new meaning to the phrase “Till Death Do Us Part”. They are joined by two incredible performers all the way from Australia. Madeline Glasseater, the Sideshow Showgirl has been producing events since she was 15 years old as well as being a stunning variety performer trained in both sideshow, burlesque and hula hooping. Jacqueline Furey, the Human Heatwave, is also from Australia and is a trained dancer and qualified dance teacher as well as being the youngest ever headliner of the Australian Burlesque Festival. Together they have created a truly unique spectacle, this is a cast who will have you biting your nails, falling in love, stamping your feet and yelling for more...

August 28th 2016

Sunday 28th August 2016
7:30 pm
Martian Social Club, performing as part of the Walsall Music Festival 2016.