CHAMELEONS VOX + THEATRE OF HATE

Islington Assembly Hall, London.

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AGMP presents

CHAMELEONS VOX

'Script of the Bridge' 35th Aninversary Concert

+ special guests: THEATRE OF HATE

Chameleons Vox feature Chameleons vocalist, bassist and principle composer Mark Burgess, and is the continuation of The Chameleons, arguably one of the most widely influential bands to come out of Manchester.

After selling out their London date in June 2018, Chameleons Vox have announced a special second date in London at Islington Assembly Hallwhere they will perform their seminal album 'Script of the Bridge' in full + a selection of other classics by The Chameleons.

Theatre of Hate were formed in 1980 by Kirk Brandon after his previous group, The Pack, dis-banded. After a slew of classic singles sich as "Original Sin", "Nero" and "Rebel without a Brain", Theatre of Hate went into the studio in 1981 to record their debut studio album "Westworld" with producer Mick Jones of The Clash. The album produced the top 40 single "Do you believe in the West World?".

A live album "He who Dares Wins" and two singles "The Hop" and "Eastworld" were released after this before the band split in 1983.