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Neville Staple / The Lagan / New Slang - Thursday 7th March At New Slang (Past Event!)

Cat Number: NS070312
Info correct on: 7/3/2013

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Tickets available on the door.

The return of the living legend Neville Staple from The Specials, with The Neville Staple Band

One of the greatest New Slang shows over the 6 and a half years we've been doing it, and a truly brilliant performance at last summer's Banquet's Big Day Out, Neville is nothing short of a hero.  "The Original Rudeboy", founder member, and singer of, The Specials and later Fun Boy Three, Neville comes to Kingston to play a career spanning set, from his new Neville Staple Band works to, of course, a good proportion of Specials classics.

Support from our boys The Lagan - Celtic punk at its finest.  Advance tickets are £7.  Worth every penny!

Usual New Slang prices apply after the bands and we'll be playing all our fave songs we can dance to with everything from The Skints to Disclosure, Of Monsters & Men to The King Blues until 2am!

After the bands, room 2 hosts a crucial selection of Roots/Ska/Reggae and Classic Dancehall from Clifford vs Onedread (KaneFM/ShakeUp!)

Please Note McClusky's is an 18+ Venue, Valid PHOTO ID will be Required

Nev on the New Slang stage at BBDO

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