Dates for your diary
In these difficult times of a coronavirus pandemic, sickness, self-isolation, and social distancing, gigs and social gatherings are not permitted right now. A lot of performances are being rescheduled for later in the year. If you have purchased tickets online and a gig is cancelled or postponed, the ticket agencies should contact you, usually by email, to let you know, and to arrange refunds etc.
To avoid confusion, we are no longer listing any events scheduled for the next 28 days, and you should regard all gigs listed for April and May as specualtive. We will continue to list events for later in the year, and hope that this crisis clears up soon and restrictions can be safely relaxed or lifted altogether. In the meantime, please keep yourselves, your friends, and your families safe. Our thoughts are with you. Take care of each other.
Saturday 11th April @ 1:30pm
Oh, Community!: Big Joanie, Cheerbleederz, Charmpit, Schande, Me Lost Me, Eilis Frawley, Fightmilk, Lande Hekt, Shake Chain, Junk Whale
Florence Park Commnity Centre, Oxford.
Saturday 11th April @ 1:30pm.
Under 18s to be accompanied.
Wednesday 20th May @ 7:30pm
Prince Daddy & The Hyena, Save Face, Junk Whale, Spank Hair
Wednesday 20th May @ 7:30pm.
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