November 9, 2018 – November 10, 2018
It’s back! The Scuts, The Drunken Ramblings and Livy Star Promotions have teamed up yet again to organize PhilanthroPunks 2018, an all day punk rock benefit show at The Fiddler’s Elbow Camden on Friday November 9th and Saturday November 10th with the Friday being an evening gig hosting 5 bands and Saturday hosting 12 more. All proceeds from the gig will go to Glass Door Homeless Charity, a non-government funded West London charity that not only saves lives by providing refuge from the cold, they also help their guests build more stable futures.
Some of the most promising up and coming bands of the punk rock spectrum from London and beyond are gearing up to hit the stage at The Fiddler’s Elbow in Camden, eager to deliver their passionate and catchy punk rock, and will be something special and personal for everyone in the room. Friday’s headliners Matilda’s Scoundrels will be joined by Emergency Bitter, Resuscitators, Dog Rotten and RxR, while Spoilers will headline Saturday’s festivities after the likes of Scrotum Clamp, The Drunken Ramblings, The Scuts, Kilburn Bomb Squad, Playground Circus, Kearney’s Jig, Ash Lewis, Snap Out, The Long Knives, The Half-Wits and What Did You Expect?
Ticket prices are as follows:
Friday evening—£5.38 including booking fee
Saturday all day—£10.75 including booking fee
2 day admission—£12.90 including booking fee
August 24, 2018 – August 26, 2018
3 day event bar bands until midnight djs until 2am Bands include the inner Teresteial’s, RDF, Dub The earth, sporadics, Dogshite,Anarchistwood , 2Sick monkeys , Contempt, The Fleas , Fftp, Haywire,Virus, Damage,Drop the Gun , The A heads, Anthrax , Kiss me killer, the super 8 s , Danny and the moonlighters, Dog house ,Invicable pigs , Cydernide, the dub righters
May 27, 2018
Due to it being a bank holiday weekend, the Windmill Brixton will be staying open a little later than usual on Sunday 27th May for the next PRBBQ……. this means we have been able to add The Yalla Yallas on to the line up, yay! ….here are the new set times.
4.00 Doors/Soundcheck/Load In
5.00 Burnout -13
5.35 Kent Nielsen
6.10 On A Hiding To Nothing
6.45 Skinny Milk
7.55 Ill Fate
8.30 Sinful Maggie
9.30 The Yalla Yallas
Hope to see you all there!
March 7, 2018 – March 9, 2018
Lights Down Productions present – HEAR ME HOWL, a one woman, rowdy as hell piece of gig-theatre like no other.
Jess is turning 30 and she’s just discovered punk. Some might say punk is dead, others would say she should really stick to the day job, but the resounding concern is: shouldn’t she be concentrating on settling down by now?
The play explores the characters journey via her discovery of punk music (& punk philosophy) and her story is told from behind and with the help of a drum kit and defiant, with drumsticks in hands, Jess lurches into an unknown future, one where she throws convention to the wind, and questions how much autonomy those with a womb really do have, here in the western world.
It promises to be a very punk, DIY performance, half gig/half spoken word, full rage! Through learning about punk Jess finds a way to express her anger at what society expects from her and she rages against the path her life is on.
We are at Landor Space, Clapham, South London 7th, 8th and 9th March at 7:30pm and 9th March at 2:30pm.
Tickets £10 full price, £8 concessions
November 25, 2017
All the punk rock you can handle for a fiver! Ali Keane of The Scuts, Sober Dave of The Drunken Ramblings and Livy Star Promotions have teamed up to organize PhilanthroPunks 2017, an all day punk rock benefit show at New Cross Inn featuring 13 bands on Saturday, November 25. All proceeds from the gig will go to Glass Door HomelessCharity, a non-government funded West London charity that not only saves lives by providing refuge from the cold, they also help their guests build more stable futures.
The first annual PhilanthroPunks gig this November will feature co-headliners TheScuts and The Drunken Ramblings, who will be pairing up with some of the most promising up and coming bands of the punk rock spectrum from London and beyond, including Kilburn Bomb Squad, The Deckchairs, Playground Circus, Shocks of Mighty, Fifteen Years, She Bit Me First, Skiv, The Repeelers, Demon Smiles, Three Chords and a Lie, and AshLewis. This is raw, passionate and almost primitive rock’n’roll music returning to the stage at New Cross Inn, and will be something special and personal for everyone in the room.
In addition to live music, there will also be boutique-style tables set up from the bands playing the event, who have all pledged to top up the money collected at the door by giving a percentage of all their merchandise sales that day. Tiny Little CreaturesRecording Company will also have a table set up selling some of their releases, and as a special treat for this event they have put together a digital compilation playlist which can be purchased here — https://tinylittlecreatures.bandcamp.com/album/philanthropunks-2017. Proceeds from the compilation sales will also be going towards the charity. As an extra bonus for the event, Fifth Column T-shirts screen printers have generously donated 50 limited edition PhilanthroPunks shirts that will be sold to anyone who wishes to purchase one, and all the proceeds of those sales will also go towards the Glass Door charity.
Glass Door will have a collection bin available for any clothing donations patrons want to bring to the event — brand new socks and mens winter coats/jackets of all sizes are always welcome and greatly appreciated. There will also be a bucket going around for any extra coins and notes anyone has that they will want to donate to the charity throughout the day.
Tickets can be bought on the door the day of the event or via the New Cross Inn website — http://www.newcrossinn.com/product/philanthropunks-2017/
ABOUT GLASS DOOR
Located in West London, they are the largest emergency shelter in the city providing a safe, warm place to sleep for at least 100 men and women every night during the winter months from November to early April. The charity is able to achieve this thanks to partnerships with churches across the boroughs of Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea and Wandsworth. They have a drop-in day center from 9-2 on Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays for those who suffer from homelessness to eat, shower, do laundry, pick up new clothing, and meet with case workers dedicated to doing everything they can to give them a better life. Glass Door not only saves lives by providing refuge from the cold they also help their guests build more stable futures. do incredible work and can continue doing so with everyone’s help to donate some money. Any help will be appreciated by the unsung heroes of Glass Door, you can find more about their work at their website http://www.glassdoor.org.uk/
November 3, 2017
Dokuga, D-beat punk from Porto, Portugal, since 2006, come to Britain for 3 gigs with the Split Veins.
April 30, 2017
8 bands, for 5 quid plus you get grub!
April 1, 2017 – April 2, 2017
Pizzatramp – Millie Manders – Miserable Wretch – Casual Nausea – Werecats – Matilda’s Scoundrels, The Spunk, The Fleas – Hosted by Chris Pether, Ash Winter.