Car parking for Pluviam at the Actress & Bishop, Birmingham on 11 January 2019


Singer James Riley and drummer Mike Tabone formed Pluviam in February 2018 with a desire to create a new sound.  Following two big gigs at The Sunflower Lounge and The Flapper, they were subsequently joined by bassist Rob Tucker and guitarist Alex Hyde.  Their experimental and creative indie/rock vibe has not gone unnoticed in the underground scene.   You don’t want to miss them!  Be sure to catch them at the Actress & Bishop on Ludgate Hill from 7.30pm on Friday 11 January 2019. 

Keira Carter and Tom Anderson

Also performing that evening will be guests Keira Carter and Tom Anderson

Keira Carter is a singer/songwriter based in the West Midlands.   This multi-talented performer, producer and instrumentalist has gained a massive reputation in the Birmingham music scene.  Her music has elements of modern style pop and rap alongside electronics.  An underlying relaxed vibe and often writing through personal experience delivers an intimate and atmospheric performance. 

Based in Liverpool, artist, producer and songwriter Tom Anderson is the frontman for indie band Venus Demilo.    Tom has also collaborated with other artists, including working on records for SPINN, and Gazelle & Joshua Goddard.  He has received acclaim for his first solo tracks from fans and critics alike, including Dave Monks at BBC Music Introducing Merseyside. Tom’s latest single ‘Money’ was co-written and produced by Rich Turvey (Blossoms/The Coral).

Where to park?

While you’re enjoying a night out, you might want somewhere safe to leave your car.  Why not try B4 Car Park?  Located on Weaman Street, it’s just a 10 minute walk to the Actress & Bishop. B4 offers clean and spacious parking across six levels.  Anyone can use B4 but if you sign-up for free membership you can save 20% on the standard tariff during the week (and save 50% on the standard tariff at weekends).