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Vic Godard & Subway Sect/The Hepburns/Charlie Tipper Conspiracy tickets

The Thunderbolt in Bristol

Thursday 12th October 2017

7:30pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

Punk legend, Vic Godard & Subway Sect return to Bristol with cult, Welsh, indie band The Hepburns & The Charlie Tipper Conspiracy

 
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Vic Godard & Subway Sect/The Hepburns/Charlie Tipper Conspiracy on Thursday 12th October 2017

VIC GODARD & SUBWAY SECT
'I fell totally into that thing Vic Godard said 'We oppose All Rock N Roll', avoid all these clichés'
Lawrence, Felt (Mojo Magazine, May 2012)

'Whenever Godard adopted a style it became a genre and when it became a genre ... he did something else' (The Daily Telegraph, London)

Vic Godard is a vocalist, Subway Sect frontman, songwriter and postman.

Vic and Subway Sect make a welcome return to The Thunderbolt, after a few years away. Don't miss the chance to see 'the greatest living Englishman'

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The Hepburns


The Charlie Tipper Conspiracy

The Charlie Tipper Conspiracy have a Bristolian pedigree as long as your arm. Lead singer Tim was in both the Flatmates and the Five Year Plan in the late ‘80’s, before joining the Beatnik Filmstars* for most of the ‘90s. In the 2000s he headed up Forest Giants and then took part in the Short Stories.Guitarist Jon Kent was a founder member of another of Bristol’s C86 squad, the Groove Farm, as well as being the original guitarist for the Filmstars.Bassist Geoff Gorton played in the Harpoons, then later Rorschach and major label outfit Santa Cruz.Drummer Simon Harris played in a number of Bristol’s lesser punk bands back in the late 70’s and then the Dangerous Roundabouts.
The band formed in July 2013, under their original name The Charlie Tipper Experiment. The name was chosen with a view to changing it every few years, in part to keep things fresh and in part to pay homage to those other great pioneers of the changing name, SPIZZ.

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Indie, Punk

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