Wednesday 4th

Capital Converse (PLAY)
DOORS 7:30pm // £7

CAPITAL CONVERSE - Pandorum Theatre Company presents: CAPITAL CONVERSE by Mikey Burnett
A flat in Leith, two best friends, and a conversation of hilarity, betrayal, and heartache. It's a bitterly cold December night in Edinburgh and twenty-somethings, Frank and Malky, are together in the flat they share at the foot of Leith Walk. Malky's only recently been kicked off the dole and has all but a single pound coin to his name. To make matters worse he's also still reeling from being dumped by the love of his life and woman of his dreams. He is soon though about to discover that his best pal Frank may have had something to do with his current desperate state.

Friday 6th

Beer Thousand - A Salty Salute to Guided By Voices!
DOORS 8:00pm //£5 OTD

An evening celebrating the music of Guided by Voices and Robert Pollard, with a live cover set from My Band Cool, DJ Mag Earwhig on the decks + more to be announced! All moneys (after covering running costs) will go to the Edinburgh North East Foodbank, we’ll also be taking food donations too. £5 on the door, from 8pm the CLUB IS OPEN!

Downstairs bar : Dimension Doors DJ Set
DOORS 8:30pm // £Free

Set the controls for the heart of Leith Walk! DIMENSION DOOR - returns, as DJs Olly and guest DJ Robbie prepare to delve into into all the hits and misfits, A-sides, B-sides and Z-sides, playing anything and everything in the downstairs bar at Leith Depot.

Saturday 7th

Colour Carnival, The Durty Wurks, Jonnie Wallace, Matt Hill
DOORS 7:00pm // £5 OTD

Come join Colour Carnival and friends at Leith depot as we celebrate the making of our second EP! The second EP 'Panic Sold' will be released on the 29th of June on all online media platforms - Spotify etc. Hard copies will be available on the night too!

COLOUR CARNIVAL - need no introduction. Tinnitus inducing. Bone shaking. Red, raw and righteous garage rock. You hail or you fail to them

THE DURTY WURKS - "The Brian Jonestown Massacre at their most dreamiest" - NME “Absolute Melters” - Colour Carnival The Durty Wurks write, perform, promote and produce all their own songs, recordings and artwork. Making music for music lovers, from music lovers, with love.

JONNIE WALLACE - New to the solo scene, Jonnie branches off from energetic indie rockers Ayakara to perform his much anticipated solo work. Currently recording an EP at Leith Recording due for release very soon, not one to be missed!

MATT HILL - Edinburgh-based singer, songwriter and guitarist, Matt Hill, gathers his lyrics from the experiences and politics of today and dresses them in suits and sounds of the 60s. Full of emotionally driven, down to earth acoustics; Matt describes himself as "just a bloke with a guitar - trying to get a message across." When drunk, Matt describes himself as "a cross between Ghandi and Dylan, with sex appeal."

Sunday 8th

Downstairs Bar : BlueGrass Session
DOORS 8:00pm // £Free

Hosted by Tim Leslie, the Sunday Session is returning to the Leith Depot. Bluegrass, Blues, Folk Songs and Old Time... Open sit round Session All fiddles, mandolins, banjos, guitars, voices welcome!

Week 9 - 15th

Love Live Music Week
DOORS depending on the days // £TBC

LOVE LIVE MUSIC WEEK - Join us at Leith Depot for a week long celebration of the spirit and importance of live music and grassroots independent venues! We’ve curated a special program from 9-15th July featuring some of our favourite acts to play the Depot so far as well as some fresh faces we think you’ll love! Now’s the time to shout loud and proud about what we do, but it’s also important to give back to the community that’s been so kind to us so the funds raised from these events will be donated to fantastic causes/community groups including Save Leith Walk, St Columba's Hospice and Drake Music Scotland. We will also be working in association with Music Venue Trust to raise awareness about the plight facing independent venues such as ours as well as spreading the word about the great work they’re doing protect these amazing spaces!

Monday 16th

Balter Folk Quartet + Support
DOORS 7:30PM // £7 OTD

BALTER - are a contemporary folk quartet who have emerged from the music scene in Newcastle. Leaning heavily towards their shared love of Scottish music, they combine traditional and original material with percussive step-dance to create a high energy, driven sound which complements and stretches their traditional influences. The interplay between two fiddles, mandolin and accordion generates a distinctive sound which explores new textures; gelled together with intricate arrangements. Taking to the stage with exuberance and an infectious live energy, Balter have been performing extensively around the North East of England and Scotland and have began to extend their audiences further afield.'Their innovative arrangements played with style and skill were a joy to hear. What a great band!' – The Shee