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Feeling Gloomy - June 2023: Synthpop Special *Advance tickets off sale. Pay on door*

Feeling Gloomy - June 2023: Synthpop Special *Advance tickets off sale. Pay on door*

Event Time Sat 3rd Jun at 10:00pm-Sun 4th Jun at 3:00am
Event Location The Phoenix, London
Event Price £7.00 + Booking fee (see below)
Age Restrictions
Age restrictions: 18+
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Feeling Gloomy - June 2023: Synthpop Special *Advance tickets off sale. Pay on door*

We're celebrating everything Synthpop this month at Feeling Gloomy so expect an extra dose of synth classics from the likes of Pet Shop Boys, Depeche Mode, The Human League, Yazoo, Erasure, Flock of Seagulls, O.M.D., Eurythmics, Kraftwerk, ABC, Soft Cell, Visage and more! Plus all your usual Gloomy faves (yes guitars are still allowed this week).

Ease your woes with our eclectic mix of melancholic melodies that you have come to know and love at Feeling Gloomy over the past 18 years as we provide the perfect soundtrack to get you dancing with tears in your eyes.

A night for the slightly more mature indie and alt fan, Feeling Gloomy caters for those who love their music on the darker side, but still have a sense of humour and love to dance.


Soothe your woeful mood with tracks from the likes of David Bowie, The Smiths, Pulp, The Clash, Depeche Mode, Bonnie Tyler, The Cure, Nick Cave, Kate Bush, Suede, Blondie, The Mission, Joy Division, OMD, New Order, The National, Pet Shop Boys and much more!

Feeling Gloomy has appeared at numerous festivals including: Glastonbury, Standon Calling, Isle of Wight, Latitude, Green Man and more, it also ran for nearly 15 years in New York and 3 in Berlin.

Guest DJ's/perfomers have included: Jarvis Cocker, Brett Anderson, Paddy Considine and Matt Berry. People who have popped in to see us include: Michael Fassbender, Olivia Coleman, Adam Buxton, Nick Hornby and Alan Davis.

"The perfect place for a miserable night out" NME

"Brilliant fun, despite what the promoters want you to think" The Independent

"Fantastic"  The Guardian

"The Maestros of Mooching" The Times

"Britain's weirdest club"- Radio 1


The Phoenix
37 Cavendish Square, London W1G 0PP, UK