Often referred to as the ‘Music Capital of Hull’, The New Adelphi club in Hull was originally a three bedroom terraced house, complete with garden, built in 1888 as part of the city’s progressive northward expansion.
Located at 89 De Grey Street, which runs between Beverley Road and Newland Avenue, a busy shopping thoroughfare, it was, and still is, essentially a down-at-heel residential area with an abundance of retail outlets and small industrial workshops.
Through it’s 30 year life-span, The Adelphi has always maintained a unique and individual atmosphere. This is probably reason as to why we have been home to performances of such generation defining acts as Oasis, Green Day and The Stone Roses.
Although the club has achieved notability primarily as a music venue, on nights when there is nothing on, we still open at 8 pm and you can enjoy real ales at a discount of £1 per pint.
Our real ales are awesome, you’ll find us in the 2016 CAMRA Good Beer Guide. We also serve a variety of lagers, ciders, spirits, and St Louis Kriek.