The best live venue in Bath, Moles has been an essential south-west stop for the biggest bands since it first opened its doors in 1978 – the names of groups that have played here, from The Cure and Blur to The Killers and Elbow, are stencilled onto the walls of the first-floor Music Café. DJs fill the gaps in between gigs, and it’s worth a daytime visit for the mellow café.
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