The Drones Uproar The Filth Dead Objectives No Way

Westgarth Social Club, Middlesbrough.

Westgarth Social Club has offroad parking for around eight vehicles.   You can smoke and drink within the confines of the club.  for parking The residential streets around it are not enforced on weekends.   The smaller downstairs room holds around 100.  Disabled access is limited due to the age of the building but we can provide assistance if needed.  U16s are allowed if accompanied by an adult - we don't charge for children. 

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Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. We cannot issue refunds to under 16s who are not accompanied by an adult.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
GENERAL ADMISSION £11.00 (£10.00)

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The Drones were one of the pioneering punk bands that performed in the first few months of the now-legendary Roxy Club. They supported The Vibrators in January 1977, headlined in February, and supported X-Ray Spex and Chelsea in March. Later that year they supported The Stranglers on a full UK tour.  Their debut EP, ‘Temptations Of A White Collar Worker’ (1977), was described by one reviewer as “classic dole-queue punk.” In October 1977, their second single, ‘Just Wanna Be Myself’ / ‘Bone Idol’, was released, and on 6th December they recorded a session at Maida Vale 4 studio for John Peel.  Later that month, they released their debut album on Valer Records, ‘Further Temptations’.