Liverpool had its Cavern venue where the Beatles famously played in their early days. Now Brigg has something that looks a shade similar.
As part of internal refurbishment at the Woolpack Inn, the walls in the area where the bands play have been given a grey-tile effect which immediately reminded us of archive pictures we've seen of The Cavern.
On Saturday night, local band Black Orchid was performing a wide range of rock and pop covers, which got folk up on the dance floor.
Last week we received a Facebook post from the Woolie, which gave details of other refurbishment inside the town centre premises.
There's new Elmwood flooring and carpets from Dean Wray, of Bridge Street.
"Why not pop in and have a look?" the management said.
So we thought it only right to take them up on the invitation and were pleased we did.
We previously reported the installation of new toilets at the Woolpack. View details here...
Bands perform regularly at weekends at this venue - admission free.
On Saturday 21st April the Woolpack will have live singer Noel "NOZ" Reilly performing.
Brigg Blog posts details of the gigs in advance.
PICTURED: Black Orchid performing at the Woolpack. We doubt the Cavern had a dart board.