• Fri
    7:30 pm

    Christmas Carols at The Cove in Hope Cove

    HOPE Cove’s own Phil Worth and Nigel Deyes return for their traditional Christmas sing-a-long at The Cove on Friday, December 13.

    The melodeon ukulele duo’s festive gigs have become a staple on the village Christmas calendar and they kick start their multi-date tour once again.

    Expect plenty of festivities including specials on the menu, mulled wine and mince pies.

    You're all welcome. Carol sheets at the ready.

    Live in the first floor bar from around 7.30pm.

    Admission is free!

    For more information, call 01548 561376 or visit www.thecovedevon.co.uk

  • Sat
    9:00 pm

    Joanna Cooke live at The Cove in Hope Cove

    DANCE off to soul, jazz, pop and club classics when Joanna Cooke returns to The Cove on Saturday, December 21.

    The highly-rated Plymouth singer-songwriter is back to entertain with top tunes, those distinctive, high quality vocals and piano touches, all complemented by long-time collaborator Nathan Austin’s fine guitar work, vocals and subtle percussion.

    It just keeps getting better and better for Joanna, now playing over 120 live shows a year, including festival main stages and supporting major label artists such as Paloma Faith, Rag N Bone Man and Martha Reeves.

    Those high quality vocals and top-line writing skills have been used internationally by dance music producers, hitting number one in the club charts in both Australia and South Africa.

    She’s a force on the up.

    Live 9pm, admission is free.

    For more info, call 01548 561376 or visit www.thecovedevon.co.uk

  • Sat
    9:00 pm

    The Penguins live in The Cove in Hope Cove

    ONE of the best covers bands on the local circuit, The Penguins return to The Cove for a Festive special of absolute bangers on Saturday, December 28.

    Expect everything and anything from the likes of the Foos to Brian Adams as the four-piece go full throttle to a home crowd in The Cove.

    Clocking up over a decade together, they’ve played at some of the areas best venues - including The Hub in Plymouth while becoming an institution in Kingsbridge and Malborough.

    With a strong following, expect one big party with plenty of dancing and crowd interaction as they take over the first-floor bar.

    Live from 9pm, admission is free.

    For more information, visit www.thecovedevon.co.uk or call 01548 561376.

  • Sun
    9:00 pm

    Rich Cottell live at The Cove in Hope Cove

    ARMED with a set of feel-good indie pop, Rich Cottell is back for a festive special at The Cove on Sunday December 29 2019.

    Having toured with the likes of Olly Murs, the 24-year-old Devon based singer-songwriter has already built up a formidable reputation of his own thanks to an upbeat, energetic live sound.

    His big personality has also won over a fast-growing online following while gigging up and down the country - both solo and with a full band.

    After selling over 5,000 copies of debut EP ‘In The Now’, he followed it up with ‘More Than Just A Geek’ - funded largely by using the same idea as Jack Black’s School or Rock.

    Rich taught music in primary schools across Devon while jamming in as many gigs as humanly possible at nights and weekends.

    His anti-bullying 12-month school tour saw him reach around 10,000 students a week.

    Live from 9pm, admission is FREE.

    For more information, visit www.thecovedevon.co.uk or call 01548 561376.

  • Tue
    8:00 pm

    New Years Eve at The Cove in Hope Cove

    TAKE THE trip to 2020 and see in the New Year with a shed load of bass-fuelled funky grooves, bangin’ house and LIVE hip-hop in Hope Cove.

    This is how WE do the BIG one at THE coolest spot in the South Hams.

    Having played some epic gigs at Ministry of Sound, in Ibiza and alongside greats such as Carl Cox, Sasha and John Digweed, the South West legend that is Loui TT heads up the party on Tuesday, December 31.

    Bristol-based Balkan beat poet Gajengi provides a bastardised amalgamation of klezmer, kick drums, political criticism and conscious lyricism. Let's call it cultural appropriation. Let's call it GYP-HOP.

    One foot is planted firmly in UK soundsystem culture and the other in a diverse puddle of social commentary and Dionysian wordplay.

    And it wouldn’t be NYE without the main man who puts it all together.

    Hope Cove ledge DJ Pragmatik returns with his trademark set, influenced from old skool hip-hop, jazz, swing, breaks, funk and house.

    THE eclectic collection of bass-fuelled wonder treats to please any crowd.

    ALL three have played BIG festivals, from Bestival to Boomtown, so we’re delighted to have them here for ONE massive party.

    The Shuttle Bus offers a return trip to Kingsbridge and Malborough.

    Departing 8pm, returning from The Cove at around 12.45am.

    For more information, visit www.thecovedevon.co.uk.