TNS Summer Sale
Saturday 28 July
11am Meeting point: Robert Owen’s statue, Coop Bank, Corporation Street
This walk is an introduction to Manchester’s radical history and will include the Co-operative movement, the Clarion newspaper, Marx and Engels, the Siege of Manchester, the Manchester Guardian, the Jacobite risings, the radicals of the 1790s, the American Civil War and the Cotton Famine, the International Brigade, riots in Albert Square and Peterloo.
The walks will last 2 hours. Advance booking is strongly recommended as places are limited. Please email: email@example.com.
Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th July
Hebden Bridge Punx Picnic
Saturday: Note updated poster: No JPS
Sunday 29th July
Free Acoustic piss up at The Fox and Goose pub
From 1:30 onwards,
Sunday 29th July
Watch Commander, Mark McCabe, Dave Hughes and The Business Life
£4 7.30pm Bay Horse
Friday 3rd August until Sunday 2nd September
Calling all Punks,Goths, Metal heads, Emo’s, Skaters and that!
Every Friday afternoon, Saturday and Sunday upstairs in St. Georges centre, Preston (Friargate entrance) Artist Iain Broadley will be running Art workshops with the focus on alternative culture, promoting the work of the Sophie Lancaster Foundation and providing a creative space to make banners/flags costumes for the Black Parade as part of Preston Guild’s community festival on the 7th Sept.
Sunday 12th August
Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th August
From Saturday 25th to Sunday 26th August, Fat Out Fest, the Salford based, DIY festival, returns to Islington Mill for its second year, with an electrifying line-up set to blast away the other summer festivals.
Weekend tickets cost £25 and give full access to two days of more than thirty ear-bending and diverse bands, a market space filled with stalls of artists and independent record labels, local artwork, face-painting, fancy dress, delicious grub and, ultimately, a teeth-shattering two-day party in the enchanting setting of the old mill building in Salford.
Highlights for the Saturday include Norwegian pulverisers Arabrot, the avant-metal usurpers Talons, the hotly tipped Queer’d Science and newly reformed Manchester D-beat legends Hammers.
Sunday offers an exclusive solo performance from the Queen of Siam Lydia Lunch, autumnal-folk hero Alexander Tucker, ex-This Heat/Camberwell Now innovator Charles Hayward and the inaugural live performance from occultist electronic group Young Hunting.
Emma Thompson, who founded Fat Out in 2007, said: “We are really excited to be back for a second year with an even more varied and experimental programme. As we grow with our regular gig nights and festivals we hope to provide increasing opportunities for people to make a living from their art, to be able to employ stronger environmental policies and to continue to put on unforgettable parties!”
Fat Out Fest is set to be the fattest and loudest little festival this summer – Don’t miss out!
For up to date information and full line up, please visit: http://www.fatout.co.uk
Saturday 15th September
TNSrecords Punk & Ska All-dayer LONDON:
We are breaking away from Manchester and heading south to bring the TNSrecords all-dayer to London on the 15th September.
There will be 10 bands delivering a mixture of Punk & Ska, featuring TNS bands and some of our other favourites.
Comfirmed so far are: Faintest Idea, Revenge of the Psychotronic Man, Stand Out Riot, Hated Til Proven, the Kirkz and Only Strangers. More to be announced soon.
Tickets will be £6 adv, £7 before 3 and £8 after. The Grosvenor Stockwell, London, SW9 0TP
****We are looking at putting on a coach from Manchester. If you are interested please get in touch, we will only be able to do it if we can fill it. It leave Manchester around 8/9am with a pick up in Stoke and returning after the gig.****
Check out the facebook EVENT for all the latest info.
Saturday 1st December
Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair
People’s History Museum
Great list of gigs in Manchester at:
Any what’s ons?
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