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25 Oct 2013

pUKEs at anti racism benefit gig

I am always pleased to share some promotion for friends in UK punk uke band The pUKEs, and especially so when they are giving their services to a very good cause. Clara from the pUKEs got in touch to share this.





The Pukes are proud to announce that we are taking part in an anti-racism event which includes uke workshops and a punk gig in London on 2nd November.

The day starts at T Chances, Tottenham with a family-friendly Halloween party in the afternoon. Entertainment includes Cake For Breakfast kids’ band, face painting, disco, fancy dress – and ukulele workshops by The Pukes. Entry is £3. 

Later in the evening there’s a gig with London punk bands Left For Dead, The Pukes, Dread Messiah and Bottlejob. Entry is £6. The Pukes are on stage 10.15pm. 

All proceeds from the day go to Green and Black Cross who who give practical and legal support for protesters. The grassroots project has supported thousands of people from many backgrounds in their rebellions and protests, including the 286 anti-racist protesters who were arrested while trying to prevent the English Defence League march through Tower Hamlets last month. With the police cracking down on protests on a massive scale they are busy and need dosh! Come down and show your solidarity! 

T Chances Saturday 2 November 2013 
399 High Road, Tottenham N17 6QN

Halloween party 3.30pm-6pm 
Beginners Uke Workshop 4pm 
Intermediate Uke Workshop 5.30pm 
Door: £3 

To guarantee a place on the uke workshops please paypal £3 to thepukes77@gmail.com
 
Gig 7.30pm-midnight
LEFT FOR DEAD, DREAD MESSIAH, THE PUKES, BOTTLEJOB 
Door: £6

For more info visit http://thepukes.co.uk/ukes-racism/

Good luck and have fun guys and raise loads of cash!

The pUKEs


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