Fri 23 Jun
For F*ck’s Sake It’s….. Gary Lammin FFS At The Constitution, an evening of raconteurship and acoustic punk folk fol de rol and fun. Q and A, One Deck Disco, radio recordings, Fake Fireside Favourites…all this and more in the wonderfully intimate and Tiki tantalised Constitution cellar bar…It truly is a womb like wonderland…and for the second of our monthly fourth Friday FFS scenarios we are overjoyed to say For Fuck’s Sake- Gary Lammin…..sometime Bermondsey Joyrider, one time Cock Sparrer, all time punky rhythm n blues figurehead. Here tonite presenting his much acclaimed recent solo outing simply entitled ‘Gary Guitar Lammin’, produced over some years with legendary original Sex Pistols producer Dave Goodman, it’s an album that has garnered soooooo many rave reviews you’d think Gal would be top of the charts in every territory on earth and maybe some other planets too.. for instance…for instance- Moshville– ‘This is a great album, showing off both the artist named on the cover and the chap who honed his output into something very special indeed’ Rock N Load.com– ‘The album is true buried treasure … The spirit of the street…still in there kicking…even if it’s drenched in mushroom tea. A psychedelic punk rock blues odyssey‘ ‘A vey different album- I like it!’ –Mick Jones, The Clash Darrell Bath has played wth Ian Hunter and The Vibrators and loads of other ace acts and is a guitar whizz and solo turn of high calibre himself.
The Constitution

Doors from 7.15
£7 on the door
£5 in advance
Fri 28 Jul
Nick Welsh
 + (The Life And Times Of A Ska Man)
 + Special Guests
For F*ck’s Sake It’s….. Nick Welsh FFS At The Constitution, an evening of raconteurship and acoustic punk folk fol de rol and fun. Q and A, One Deck Disco, radio recordings, Fake Fireside Favourites…all this and more in the wonderfully intimate and Tiki tantalised Constitution cellar bar…It truly is a womb like wonderland…tonight we say pull up, pull up,  For Fuck’s Sake- Nick Welsh, British ska and reggae’s most enduring and hard skanking figure. The Life And Times Of A Ska Man…With his tell all and be damned autobiographical tome just about to appear in the shops (dunno about the libraries with these salacious stories…) what an excellent time to appreciate the life and times of a ska man right up close and personal. From Bad Manners, to The Selecter via Hitsville UK, Longsy D, Prince Buster, Lee Perry and many more, right through to his contemporary King Hammond creation, Nick’s been around, gloriously so… got the tales, got the tunes, get a ticket.
The Constitution

Doors from 7.15
£10 on the door
£8 in advance
Sat 29 Jul
NUFFIN’S ROXY CLUB 40TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY, SAT 29TH JULY, FIGHTING COCKS, KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES Make sure Nuffin’s in your diary for this very special event, featuring four vintage Punk Bands. On 3rd August 1977, Nuffin’ turned up at the legendary Roxy Club to play ‘Audition Night’, only to find that Janet Street-Porter and a TV crew had taken over. Luckily, they were looking for an ‘undiscovered’ band as a counterpoint to all of the hype around at the time. And so a brief snap-shot of the the four Caterham teenagers, strutting their stuff and sharing their take on life, was captured for posterity. So why not save the date to join the same four teenagers forty years on, playing the original set, and partying with friends like it’s 1977 all over again? With The Fallen Leaves– “This valve amp, treble-to-the-max rave-up would have had -’60s Who or Pretty Things bricking it backstage” Mark Paytress (Mojo) “This sharp, angular, melodic garage-pop will doubtless appeal to the same authenticity-starved youngsters who have made Billy Childish their king” Stewart Lee (Sunday Times) A languid gentlemanly style all their own these former Subway Sect suavesters…have a cuppa tea. Morgellons– signed to the excellent and estimable Flicknife Records and with their debut album freshly procured, Morgellons blends power rock with goth tinged indie punk sensibilities… big hitting drums, Stranglers/Joy Division-esque bass probings, Killing Joke like guitar figures and Pistols punch with a pop friendly vocal. Le post punk nouveau est arrivee.  Screaming Dead– Screaming Dead were a punk band based in Cheltenham, England during the 1980s. They were sometimes classed as a “horror punk” band. They do like a bit of a terror goff edge to their eighties punk rush but basically they’re a supercool kick ass punk n roll band.
The Fighting Cocks

Doors from 7.15
£8 on the door
£6 in advance
Sat 19 Aug
The Vibrators
 + Special Guests
 + Scandal
The Vibrators- With Eddie reassuringly still behind the drumkit for the band 41 years since they first started vibrating in and around London and Members‘ guitarist Nigel Bennett also back in the band, The Vibrators never fail to deliver. Their effortless punk n roll romanticism has the fiery punch and purpose some of their punk contemporaries can only dream of, and such a great bunch of songs to choose from, from Baby Baby to Automatic Lover and back through Disco In Moscow. Ace night out for all fans of great rock and roll. Scandal- nifty street punk rock ramalama played by relative young uns outta the Kingston hood, combining righteously ratty Machine Gun Etiquette era Damned punk n roll lead guitar lead grooviness with a bit of terrace shoutalong more akin to The Cockney Rejects– plus a wee bit of that Yank punk pop factor but not too much… it’s a great blend, vigorousnas fook, as heard on their ace ‘Street Punk’ long player.
Fighting Cocks

Doors from 7.15
£10 on the door
£8 in advance