Welcome to The Goth Calendar, an attempt to help people find which Goth gigs and club nights are happening in our busy busy times.

Hopefully this will help you find when your favourite goth band is playing next, or when your favourite goth club is next happening, providing someone has submitted it of course!

Is something missing? Then go submit it!

The Snake Corps + Paris Alexander + AUTOROTATION

Green door store Brighton 3 Trafalgar St, Brighton

Blue Door Music Productions and the band Tantrum Zentrum present:

Formed in 1984 in the Post Punk era, The Snake Corps have become a cult band and are still performing gigs and recording their music.


Singer songwriter and music producer. Long time collaborator with Antipole


A noisy industrial art rock trio from London. Mixing voices with acoustic and electronic instruments and visuals.


Brought to you by Blue Door Music Productions

This event is partly funded by a grant from the Arts Council of England


Broken Heart Bazaar

Sun Pier House, Chatham Medway Street, Chatham

An alternative market event where you will find all manner of items including handmade crafts, brand new pieces and preloved goods. All whilst raising funds for the British Heart Foundation.


Actors + Auger – Bristol

The Louisiana, Bristol Wapping Rd, Bristol

ACTORS : The Jason Corbett-led outfit ACTORS are standing on the shoulders of titans with their brand of the style, and could almost be referred to as "post-post-punk". In a period where we narrowcast rather than broadcast so fans and new music-seekers can firmly plant themselves in a niche, Corbett takes swings at creating sounds and production techniques that one would not usually find in a starter package of cliché plugins and samples. Backed by a stoic yet playful backing band, the frontman shows an enthusiasm while performing and recording that often isn't seen or heard in his preferred genre. 


The Birthday Massacre + Vanilla Sugar + Witch Of The Vale

Exchange (Bristol) 72 - 73 Old Market, Bristol

The night is short. It weighs heavy, but the light always awaits us,” begins the darkly poetic tagline
from vocalist Chibi about ‘Diamonds’, the eighth album by The Birthday Massacre. In these current
troubling times that have forced the Canadian post-punk goth act to postpone a North American
tour that had been due to commence on its release date, we can only look forward to brighter days

The tour will be the first opportunity for UK based fans to see new bassist Brett Carruthers perform
with the group. Carruthers is also the frontman of fellow Toronto-based act A Primitive Evolution,
who released an excellent album of industrial tinged rock entitled ‘Becoming’ on Metropolis Records
in 2018 and will remain …

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