Friday, 11 November 2011
Arms Aloft in Acton Town are pleased to support a Jail Guitar Doors benefit taking place on Thursday 1st December 2011 at The Earl of Chatham, close to Woolwich Arsenal station. Quality punk tribute band, 48 Thrills will play a Clash-heavy set to mark the 35th anniversary of the start of the Anarchy Tour (the first important Clash tour); to remember Joe Strummer (close to the 9th anniversary of his passing) and celebrate the 50th birthdy of 48 Thrills frontman, Joe Williams. 'Rude Boy', Ray Gange will play a DJ set and former Clash road manager, Johnny Green will sign books.
Tickets are £10 from which proceeds will go to Jail Guitar Doors and can be purchased via Pay Pal by clicking the button below. In the spirit of back-to-basics punk rock you have to buy each ticket individually - apologies for the inconvenience! Please bring your e-mail confirmation to the venue where it will be swapped for a souvenir ticket. (We will also have a list of everyone who has bought tickets.)
Watch this space for future events