Club Six Twenty

Welcome to Club Six Twenty


A fun and fabulous neon playground of live music, performance and art. A place for you to explore, get creative and have a good time.

Taking place at Independent (Sunderland), expect banging live music, pop-up theatre, art + film installations and plenty of surprises. You can even create some art of your own.

Club Six Twenty is a new immersive live arts club night celebrating raw local talent, created by a crack team of independent artists, musicians and technicians.

Leave your troubles at the door and immerse yourself in the unique and wonderful world of Club Six Twenty. We promise to show you a good time.

“This much fun can’t be legal!”
Club-goer

“Entering Club Six Twenty is like entering another world; a cocktail of neon, cheesy retro disco, 70s hipster, cabaret, glowsticks and glitter in a teacup. It is truly an immersive, art-filled experience. There are surprises at every turn … all to quickly the night is over and it feels almost surreal to emerge back into the real world. Come back soon Club Six Twenty.”
NARC. magazine

Club Six Twenty is created by The Six Twenty. This event is part of Unlocking The Doors, a programme of live performance across Sunderland commissioned by Sunderland Culture. Unlocking the Doors is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

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Date
Thursday 26 August

Time
Doors: 7.45pm – LATE

Venue
Independent (Sunderland)

Tickets
£10 (tickets for this event are managed by Sunderland Culture)

Guidance
18+ Contains strong language, flashing lights, UV & strobe lighting and a whole lotta fun.

Club Six Twenty Line Up

More announcements coming soon

Club Six Twenty @ Alphabetti (2019)

Club Six Twenty is created by The Six Twenty. This event is part of Unlocking The Doors, a programme of live performance across Sunderland commissioned by Sunderland Culture. Unlocking the Doors is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

A pilot event was developed at Alphabetti Theatre with support from Live Theatre and public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.