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Aching Muscle and Hot Sauce Pony

We are currently only able to release a limited number of tickets to book online. See below for our booking policy and please call the box office on 01252 330040 with any queries or to check availability if events are showing as sold out.

Our new regular Saturday music nights are an opportunity to enjoy some of the best of what our region has to offer, from the very local to those from only slightly further afield. With sometimes one, two or three acts on the schedule, and presented in a safe and friendly environment we hope that you’ll enjoy the company of long-standing Westy favourites or find something new to love.

Aching Muscle 

One man and his guitar plays rock, funk, electronic and jazz instrumentals with synthesized backing - "mainly a vanity project with occasional musical integrity". Aching Muscle is a Westy friend and has played our much-loved annual Westival.

Check out his Spotify!

Hot Sauce Pony 

"Sounds like Julee Cruise playing poker with Stereolab at a Sunn O))) concert...probably." 

Brixton based Hot Sauce Pony started life as four people in a room with a penchant for noise and a collective obsession with Deerhunter, but started making waves soon after with uncompromising singles such as Fog and Fenced In. 

Event: Saturday 5 December, 8pm

Tickets: £10

Buy tickets for Aching Muscle and Hot Sauce Pony at Hampshire Cultural Trust’s West End Centre, Aldershot now!

Booking Policy

Please note that tickets are for reserved seating and you will be shown to your numbered and allocated seat(s) on the night. Online purchases are possible for single and double seats only: groups of three and four seats can be purchased by phoning us on 01252 330040. Two, three and four seat groups must belong to the same household or support bubble. Latecomers will not be allowed into the auditorium. Thank you for understanding that these measures allow us to manage the space to keep you safe, in accordance with current social distancing guidelines.

Staying Safe

To help keep everyone safe, we’ve made some changes at West End Centre. We have introduced a number of measures in line with government guidelines to help manage our visitor numbers and ensure we maintain social distancing to protect you, our staff and volunteers. You can find out what we are doing at West End Centre here. More information is available in our FAQs. Please email west.end.centre@hampshireculturaltrust.org.uk if you have any enquiries. We ask that all customers over the age of 11 wear face coverings.

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