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Transit

TRANSIT alternative punk, ska, indie night

starring MWSTARD
DJ Suck Music // DJ Doris Dayglo // DJ Martin A

We’re launching ‘transit’ a night exploring the sub genres of the alternative music scene! Join us for the best punk, ska, indie, DIY, riot grrrl, grunge and hardcore sounds.

Playing an eclectic mix from across the decades, we present DJ Suck Music, DJ Doris Dayglo and DJ Martin A.

There will be live music from MWSTARD, a DIY post/ pre/ not proper punk from West Wales who are described as

bass heavy, dub-jazz-post-punk racket

As Dylan Thomas might have said: Ugly, lovely music… crawling, sprawling by the side of a long and splendid curving groove

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We’re excited about this launch and hope it brings a gathering of like-minded people and lots more TRANSIT nights! Tell your friends and neighbours and most of all, come along…

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JONNY & THE BAPTISTS: EAT THE POOR

A message from Jonny & the Baptists to us all in Cardigan!

 

 

This performance is the full-length show! The first set is about 35 mins and is followed by a 15 min interval (to refresh your glasses and stretch your legs). The second set is the full ‘story’ 60 mins long

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Three quarters of MPs are millionaires. A third of the country lives below the poverty line. Whatever your politics, Jonny & the Baptists think it’s worth talking about.

A riotously funny epic about friendship, inequality and betrayal from the multi-award-nominated musical comedians.

Setting out to explore the gap between rich and poor, Jonny & the Baptists’ lives turn upside down when Jonny betrays Paddy for financial gain. As Jonny enjoys the highlife with Andrew Lloyd Webber and Jerry Hall, Paddy falls into homelessness and despair.

From frontman Jonny Donahoe, Drama Desk Award nominated star and co-writer of international hit Every Brilliant Thing.

**** ‘Wickedly amusing’ The Times

****‘Spirited comedy… broad, daft & punchy’ The Guardian

**** ‘Superbly crafted… very funny’ Metro

****‘Uproarious satire from a double-act at the height of their powers’ The Stage

‘The political edge of 80s alternative comedy – a pop-soul voice to win X Factor’ Stewart Lee, Observer

 

Developed with the support of

Arts Council England

Pentabus Theatre

Farnham Maltings

Arts at the Old Fire Station, Oxford

Old Red Lion Theatre, London

Paines Plough

This event is supported by Night Out