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April 3 @ 1:30 pm - 6:30 pm


*Please note there has been a line-up change, with Dog Of Man no longer playing, but with a bonus Blyth Power set and Brighton-based Boy In The Cupboard standing in their stead* (original tickets remain valid)

This is an afternoon event – doors open 1330, Blyth Power will be on stage at 1400 prompt (first set), event finishes around 1800. Plenty of time to get the last train home and get up for school on Monday morning!

Tickets £8 advance (subject to fees) – more on the door. All ages welcome – children must be accompanied by an adult.

Links to tickets here:

JUMBO RECORDS: https://www.jumborecords.co.uk/tickets-single.asp…

SEE TICKETS: https://www.seetickets.com/event/blyth-power-2-sets-indignation-meeting-bitc/wharf-chambers/2309840

Formed in late 1983 by singer/drummer/songwriter Joseph Porter, Blyth Power remains one of the most original and innovative bands around.
The current line up sees Joseph Porter still fronting the band from behind a diminutive drumkit, Annie Hatcher on keyboards, Ben Bailey on bass and Jerry Hellfire, Porter’s younger brother, now delivering the kind of guitar that lifts them up where they belong. With the keyboards and guitar sharing the lead, and a rhythm section that knows its place there has never been a better Blyth Power, and never a better time to come and see them.

Formed in 2019 by singer/drummer/songwriter Peter Hirst when he was just ten years old, Indignation Meeting are a punk rock band whose musical influences are not hard to spot (see above), with lyrics that reflect Peter’s passion for trains, stuffed toys and trains. Making their live debut with an acoustic set at the Blyth Power Ashes festival last August, Indignation Meeting have since played the Brudenell (twice) and Bradford 1 in 12 Club. For this, their sixth gig, they will again be joined by Keith (ex Dog On A Rope) on bass guitar. Expect a combination of startling originality and blatant rip-offs!

Boy In The Cupboard is a Brighton folk act combining indie-pop songwriting with Spanish guitar bits and wry lyrics. One minute it’s an alt-country thigh-slapper about unemployment; the next it’s an apocalyptic polka about the end of the world. A black humour runs through the songs, which makes it more fun than it probably sounds. It’s all very deadpan, all very English, even if the music looks elsewhere for inspiration.

Please note: Wharf Chambers is a members’ club – annual membership is just £2, but non-members can be signed in on the day. See:https://www.wharfchambers.org/civ…/contribute/transact/…

Wharf Chambers has a safer spaces agreement. See:https://www.wharfchambers.org/the-club/safer-spaces/


April 3
1:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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