Come - Reunion Show
Middle Yard, Camden Lock, London, London, NW1 8AB
Approx. capacity: 500
Dingwalls is a unique venue in the heart of Camden in London. Its history dates as far back as 1973 and has won numerous awards in terms of venue layout and customer service. The building is labelled Highlight and Dingwalls because it is also the home of The Highlight Comedy Club. Venue Rules - Current England and Wales Licensing laws are strictly enforced - Ticket holder may be subject to search - Tickets are non-refundable or transferable - Ticket holders consent to any filming and sound recordings as members of the audience - Ticket holders may be subject to continuous sound levels which may cause potential damage to hearing - Ticket holders may be exposed to strobe lights - No re-admission policy is strictly enforced (smokers - see below) - No bottles, cans, alcohol or food is to be brought into the venue - No illegal substances may be brought into or taken on the premises. Any one caught in possession of such substances will be ejected form the premises and may be reported to the Police - Any ticket holder throwing objects (beer, glasses etc) will be removed from the building and no refund given. Furthermore, customer details will be provided to the regulatory authorities should an offence be alleged to have taken place. - No weapons. The management reserve the right to define and confiscate - No smoking anywhere within the venue complex - at it's discretion the venue management will handstamp smokers to allow them out of the venue to a smoking area. Management reserves right to refuse admission The Venue adopts a neighbour friendly policy so please make as little noise as possible on leaving the venue.
The nearest tube stations are Camden Town and Chalk Farm. These stations are a 5 minute walk away from the venue.
The nearest mainline stations are Kings Cross, St Pancras and Euston. Then forward by tube from there.
There is a mini cab office at Chalk Farm Tube Station.
The following buses run on Chalk Farm Road/Ferdinand Street past the venue: 24 (24hr), 27 (24hr), 31, 168, N5, N28, N31
There is no parking in Middle Yard but there is plenty of parking around the venue which is free after 6.30 pm.
The venue is accessible.
General Access Info
This venue is accessible. The entrance to the venue is from a cobbled yard but vehicles can get close to the front door if required. Please contact the venue to make prior arrangements - http://www.dingwalls.com - 020 7428 5929
This event is for over 18s only - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.
More Information about Come Tickets
Damnably is proud to present COME's reunion gig.
COME are a seminal American alternative rock band formed in Boston in 1990. They were also linked to the Oberlin scene that spawned fellow post rock/slow core legends Bitch Magnet and Codeine.
Celebrating the 2013 reissue of the long out of print debut album ‘11:11’ (Matador/Glitterhouse) the band reform with original members:Thalia Zedek - Guitar/Vocals, Chris Brokaw - Guitar/Vocals
Arthur Johnson - Drums, Sean O‘Brien - Bass
In 1992, COME released their debut album, 11:11 on Matador Record. IT received critical acclaim from both the independent and mainstream press - and also from such rock luminaries as Dinosaur Jr.’s J. Mascis, Hüsker Dü’s Bob Mould, and Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain.
The band released 3 further albums (ON Matador, Domino, Beggars Banquet) AND toured throughout US/Europe with Dinosaur Jr, The Breeders, Nirvana and Throwing Muses.
COME last played the UK 15 years ago in May 1998 at the Garage.
Thalia Zedek - Guitar/Vocals
Chris Brokaw - Guitar/Vocals
Arthur Johnson - Drums
Sean O‘Brien - Bass
Michael (Lazarus Clamp)"Their dense, intense sound combined three striking elements. Firstly, there was the cold-as winter, sharp-and-brittle Post-Punk tonality which was characteristic of the Oberlin scene. secondly, this was driven by a heavy and intricate take on the Blues: broken, then reconstructed, but knotted and twisted into new and jagged shapes. Thirdly, there were Zedek's Vocals: grainy, throaty, and straining to rise above the throttling engine of one of the best drilled bands on the early 1990's circuit. The live experience was not dissimilar to being hit by a truck. No one imitated them at the time, and no one has dared to do so since."
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