My wife and I attended this venue last night to enjoy Sweet (the 70's band) with support from The Ovatines.
We pitched up at about 7:40pm to see the support van ferrying their gear inside (their van had broken down,so they were running late!), but they were on stage live within 20 minutes or so.
The Ovatines were not unlike a heavier, rockier version of the Kaiser Chiefs (IMO), and provided an excellent warm-up to the main act.
We were upstairs in the seated section which has its own bar, but the largest crowd (mostly middle aged blokes!) were downstairs on the dance floor.
Sweet came on and played a set which started with a couple of there 70's classics but soon switched to the heavier rock that they peddle in Germany these days. Not really our cup of tea, and IMO, this section went on too long for those fans who appreciate the Sweet of the 70's. I know they weren't keen back in the 70's to cover a lot of the Chinn & Chapman compositions like Co-co, Alexamder Graham Bell, Funny Funny, etc, but some of their fans WANT that stuff played!
They finished by returning to the 70's for some classics (e.g. Blockbuster), so a good night was enjoyed, but it could have been so much better IMO.