DF Concerts presents


Thu 26 Sep 7pm The Poetry Club
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Norwegian rock collective Sløtface headline The Poetry Club on Thursday 26 September 2024.

Formed, and led by singer Hayley Shea, the group were originally a four-piece and released two studio albums from 2012 till 2021, before changing to it's current iteration – where Shea remains as the only original member, and takes charge to collaborate with live performers in order to operate as a collective, rather than having a traditional band structure.

Having previously written Sløtface’s previous two albums about deeply personal topics, Shea was determined to simply have fun with the current iteration of the group, and has taken inspiration from pop artists such as Jack Antonoff and Taylor Swift. Despite this, 2023's AWAKE/ASLEEP feels like a natural continuation from the group, and manages to retain a sense of familiarity for the listener whilst incorporating elements that help keep the music fresh and highlight the new direction of the group.

This event is strictly 14+. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over. One adult can attend with a maximum of two Under 16s.

Key Information
The Poetry Club is located on the ground floor, with an accessible toilet and bar located in the venue.

Accessible customers should purchase a standard ticket then email any requirements to [email protected]. To apply for a free companion ticket, please fill out the Companion Tickets application form.

You can find full details about accessibility at SWG3 on our Accessibility page.


The nearest travel hub is Partick Interchange. From there, it’s a 10 minute walk to SWG3 along the Expressway.


The nearest bike racks can be found on the corner of Kelvinhaugh Street and Dumbarton Road, including NextBike stands. Bikes will not be permitted on site, so please lock up before arriving.

There are a variety of pubs and restaurants situated in the heart of Finnieston, which is a five minute walk from the venue. 

SWG3 is located in a residential area. Please respect the neighbours by keeping the noise down when arriving at, and leaving, the venue.