London Calling - The Clash tribute Tickets

The Boileroom, Guildford.

London Calling - The Clash tribute

This show is being rescheduled.

With support from Who Killed Nancy Johnson

This event is for 18 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
GENERAL ADMISSION £11.50 (£10.00)

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More information about London Calling - The Clash tribute tickets

London Calling was formed in 2004 as a one-off gig for charity and to celebrate the life of Joe Strummer After playing the short (12) song set we were asked to play the whole set again, with half the audience joining us on the tiny stage. We decided to sharpen our act and play regularly from that point. We then were caught up in the infamous texting scandal, in which our then bass player was question by Special branch under suspicion of being a terrorist

After a few years off and several line-up changes, its now settled down to: Reg Shaw aka Joe Strummer, Dave Devonald aka Mick Jones, Joe Guatieri aka Paul Simonon and Shane Tremlin aka Topper Headon. We Have played in the USA and Europe and been in the Julien Temple directed Joe Strummer film biog, The Future is Unwritten. Recently we have enjoyed rave reviews and have been playing to increasingly bigger audiences across the UK.

Who Killed Nancy Johnson

WHO KILLED NANCY JOHNSON are a Reading-based high-energy punk/post-punk band, and an incendiary live act. Influences range from early British art punk (Wire, Magazine, Gang of Four, Killing Joke) to later US bands like Black Flag, Fugazi and the Adolescents, right up to current acts like No Problem and Idles.

Since 2016 the band has gigged in the UK, Italy and France. Releases so far: Cops and Robbers (EP, 2017), Flat Earth Theory (EP, 2018), Eponymous (compilation album, 2018), They Reap Sessions (EP, 2018), Sounds of the Suburbs split 12” (EP, 2019), Punish the Poor & Clown (EP, 2019). The band's new album, I See Six, is due for release in May this year.