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The Gimme Gimme Gimmes plus Emergency Exit and Mucky Scoundrel on Saturday 27th November 2021
The GIMMES are 'a punk rock 'tribute to a parody band' that only covers songs tenuously based on Scottish musicians, writers and performers.
For instance, Elvis was at Prestwick Airport for ten minutes=Elvis is Scottish as.
Coincidentally each member of the band was born at an early age, a fact we believe allows them to play their 'instruments' such as trombones and violins like a kindergarten school band.
Gus has (hopefully) been practising the bass as he is a (bad guitarist) and can now do one note bass solos with ease.
It's a joy to have the lads pen in another date back home at the Dread.
Grab a ticket in advance while we prepare the support in the meantime.
THIS IS A TICKET ONLY event just like many others so you shall require to purchase a ticket and preferably well in advance which is the only way to guarantee you will get in to experience the mayhem, but also support your local venue and band.
Leaving it to the last gasp as many like to do or on the night given the torture of 2020 and start of this year won't be that helpful - just saying it's mibbey time to change that approach and get in early for a change.
SUPPORT from EMERGENCY EXIT and MUCKY SCOUNDREL
TICKETS £8 in advance - ONLY ONLINE for now until Covid restrictions are eased and printed ticket could be sold at venue and outlets.
STAGE TIMES for Support 8pm for Mucky Scoundrel / 8.50pm for Emergency Exit / 9.55-11pm(ish) for Gimmes depending on how many songs Gus can remember.
PLEASE NOTE : COVID PASSPORT/STATUS CHECKS DO NOT APPLY TO ANY LIVE EVENT AT THE VENUE.
Music Genres: Pop, Punk, Rock
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