Dublin Castle
Thu 23 November
Dublin Castle
Fri 24 November
The Water Rats
Fri 24 November
Dublin Castle
Sat 25 November
The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing
Dublin Castle
Sun 26 November
Off My Rocker At The Art School Bop...

Click on the auto destructive art statement above by the remarkably talented Brit artist Beverley Isaacs and hear Bugbear’s latest Soho Radio outing AKA The Sunday Sync. We were joined by James Litherland (Colloseum guitarist, father of James Blake and harp blowing guitar guru) for an ace and insightful interview in support of his new album ‘Back N Blue’. Beverley Isaacs came along to explain all things Never Mind The Pollocks ahead of her work being shown in the Tribe 17 exhibition at the Oxo Tower ….and buzzingest of The Vibrators Knox Carnochan was on hand to discuss all things Rock and Roll Rescue and Polyfest 2017 which hits Dublin Castle, Camden Sat 21st Oct with a remarkable all star cast. Great music and chat…. now let’s chat great live music…



Sunday 15th October/The Dublin Castle/Crisis + The Outbursts + Special Guest Buy Cheap Tickets

Crisis are back- this is the SECOND London gig by Crisis since 1980. Yes, such is demand for the return to the stage of this remarkable band we’ve added a SECOND NIGHT….Formed in 1977 with the lineup of Phrazer (vocals), Lester Jones (lead guitar), Douglas Pearce (guitar), Tony Wakeford (bass) and Insect Robin the Cleaner (drums) their debut single, “No Town Hall” (click on the image for a listen), was released in 1978 on Action Group Records. Their November 1978 Peel Session for BBC Radio 1 was released as the “UK 79” 7″ single in 1979 on the Ardkor label. The remaining two Peel Session songs were posthumously issued by Ardkor in 1981 as “Alienation”.

After performing their last show, supporting Magazine and Bauhaus in their hometown of Guildford in Surrey on 10 May 1980, the band broke up. A recording of the final show was released in 2008 as the Ends! CD. Now in 2017, 40 years on, Crisis have reformed. Hymns of Faith for all! The Outbursts open this show. Proffering a sound informed by garage punk bands like The Standells, The Outbursts’ proto-punk also groovily references The MC5 and yer classic old school ’77 gear such as The Stranglers, The Damned and The Adverts.