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Target Wrestling returns to The Venue in Carlisle on Friday 11th September for what WILL be our biggest show to date featuring former WWE Cruiserweight, Tag Team, European & Hardcore Champion, The Hurricane Shane Helms LIVE and in action!

This is a very rare opportunity to see The Hurricane wrestle live in the UK, this will be his ONLY wrestling appearance of 2015 anywhere near Scotland and in the North of England, so DO NOT MISS OUT! There will also be a meet & greet photo opportunity in the ring straight after the show with The Hurricane!

This show WILL be a sell out so make sure you get your tickets in plenty of time to avoid disappointment! All we can say at this time is that this will be the biggest card in Target Wrestling history!

Matches will be announced in the coming weeks leading up to the event!

Doors - 6.30pm First Bell - 7pm

Bar open at The Venue throughout the entire show! 
Tuck shop for the kids! 

Tickets are on sale NOW through Ringside World priced at just £15 for Ringside (These will sell out fast so make sure to buy well in advance to guarantee the best seats in the house on the very front row), £10 for General Admission or you can take advantage of some huge savings with the 4 tickets for just £34 special offer when bought in advance! 


Comedy Night at the Venue continues with Britain's best comedians with Raymon Mearns, Nick Cranston and Dicky Dippinson.

This month we have brought together another amazing selection of comedians with Nick Cranston. Since he started stand up in 2008, has cemented himself as “one of the north east of England’s most promising comedians” (Gigglebeats). From his first gig in Newcastle, he very quickly found himself performing all over the country; impressing audiences with his sharply written comedy.

Raymond Mearns, regular Thursday-night compere at the Stand in Glasgow, has been performing across Scotland, and beyond, for more than a decade, since starting his career in Glasgow’s infamous Comedy Cellar, at the time hosted by Ed Byrne.

“A personality so huge it fills the room” – The List
“Every line that issues from this man is funny” – Chortle.co.uk
“Exceptionally Funny and Cathartic” – The Scotsman
“A Genuine Improvisational Genius” – Frankie Boyle
“A man that knows how to swear properly” – Billy Connolly

Out Of Retirement, local comedy legend Dicky Dippinson is back.

Hosted by Local Comedian - John Lebbon

Laugh your socks off and get your tickets early for this night.

Tickets - Early Bird £5/£4 NUS - Advance £7.50/£5 NUS
On the Door £10/£7.50 NUS - doors open 7pm

Chantel Mcgregor

Young Artist of the Year 2011
Female Vocalist of the Year 2012 + 2013
Guitarist of the Year 2013 + 2014

Chantel McGregor attended Leeds College of Music where she achieved a number of awards, including the Leeds College of Music Prize for Outstanding Musicianship. She gained a First Class Honours degree in Popular Music in July 2009, and has gone on to develop a career in the UK and international blues music scene, performing solo and with her band.

In 2011, she was voted "Young Artist of the Year" at the British Blues Awards, and in 2012, she was voted "Best Female Vocalist" at the British Blues Awards. In 2013 she won two categories, "Guitarist Of The Year" and "Best Female Vocalist", at the British Blues Awards. and again won the "Guitarist Of The Year" category in 2014.

Her debut album "Like No Other", released in 2011, was produced by Livingstone Brown, who has worked with such artists as Ed Sheeran, Shakira, Kylie Minogue and Corinne Bailey Rae.
The Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular

"Purveyors of Cool" swing into town with
The Greatest Music of the 20th Century

Wonderful memories of classic Las Vegas
Frank Sinatra-Dean Martin-Sammy Davis

Every song a winner - Come Fly with Me,
Volare, That’s Amore, Under My Skin,
Mr Bojangles, Sway, Mack The Knife
and many more of your favourites.

Superb-Remarkable-Tremendously Entertaining !
The Stage




Nazareth European Tour

At their peak, Nazareth were huge, selling vast quantities of albums and hit singles, pulling in enormous crowds to their shows all over the world.

Like all the best bands, Nazareth came from humble roots. They formed in Dunfermline, Scotland, and played the Scottish clubs throughout the 1960’s in their original incarnation as the Shadettes. The name change to Nazareth came in 1970 and in 1971 the band moved to London to start what was to become a long and illustrious recording career.

Even with the passage of time and line-up changes, Nazareth are routinely hailed as that rare thing - pioneers who became legends in their own lifetimes.

2015 sees them back on the road featuring new singer Carl Sentance (Don Airey - Deep Purple - & Friends, Geezer Butler (Black Sabbath), Krokus, Tokyo Blade and Persian Risk), standing proudly alongside founder member Pete Agnew (bass) and long time band members Jimmy Murrison (guitars) and Lee Agnew (drums).

“Arguably, Nazareth stole the show with good-old hard rock…Pete Agnew, who is a beast on the bass. His son, Lee Agnew, played drums, and long time guitarist Jimmy Murrison and new vocalist Carl Sentance rounded out the group. They sounded like they had been together for decades”.

(Nazareth/Deep Purple review, Columbus Despatch, August 2015)