Penny and Eve Live

LONDON: Thursday 12th May. Doors open 8pm
‘L’ACADÉMIE DES VANITÉS’. with Eve Libertine and Penny Rimbaud.Exact programme and additional guest performers to be arranged.

11 Gillet Square.London N16 8AZ
0207 254 4097

Steve Ignorant Q&A 16th April in Edinburgh

In between the gigs at The Hug And Pint on Fri 15th April and Electric Circus on Sat 16th April, Steve will do a Q&A session at the Voxbox Records shop to celebrate Record Store Day.

It’s a free event with music throughout the day. Any questions you want to ask this is your change. There is also the opportunity to buy his autobiography.
All the info –


21 St Stephen Street, Stockbridge, EH3 5AN Edinburgh,

Little Annie Tour Dates


01.04.16 New York, The Owl (Tickets)
12.05.16 Dortmund, Theater (Tickets)
13.05.16 Bremen, Schwankhalle  (Tickets)
14.05.16 Hamburg, Kampnagel  (Tickets)
19.05.16 London Cafe Oto (Tickets)
20.05.16 London Cafe Oto (Tickets)
22.05.16 Münster, Pumpenhaus Theater (Tickets)
28.05.16 Berlin, Gruner Salon (Tickets)

Anthrax Gigs

Anthrax have a couple of dates coming up

9 April the Gunners 204 Blackstock Road
N5 1EN London, United Kingdom

And 16th April at the Nightmare continues  at The rainbow ing Digbeth Birmingham



The Art of Crass exhibition web site

A web site for the forthcoming exhibition on the Art of Crass is available here. The site contains a wealth of images from Prints to Books, records to Videos.


Exhibition is from the 1st June, and Penny Rimbaud will be performing on the 10th of June.

Andy T live gig dates

Up and coning dates from Andy T



Fight war not wars the art of Crass                                                                                     1st – 18th June

LCB Depot Leicester 960x480

Formed in 1977, Crass were the ultimate proponents of the DIY punk ethic. They ran their own record label, produced unique gatefold record covers and posters, spray-painted graffiti messages around London, distributed zines and booklets at gigs and were famous for their formidable live performances. Questions about the band were raised in parliament and they remained a thorn in the side of the establishment up to – and beyond – their break-up in 1984.

This exhibition includes records, posters, prints, videos, books and other items from Leicester-based digital artist Sean Clark’s collection of Crass-related materials, built up over almost 20 years. Thought-provoking, confrontational, angry and beautiful in equal measures, the art of Crass remains as important now as it was almost four decades ago.

Recent work by members of Crass will also be on show and the exhibition will be accompanied by a number of live events.

website Here