Utah Saints will be spinning the decks at the first anniversary birthday bash of Turning The Tables at Rendezvous Nightclub, Whalley, tonight.
Tim Toil (Beat Herder), Clitheroe’s Dave Tupling, Deery DJ, Wetty N Fenzo and Oli Francis will keep the house rocking until the early hours.
Turning The Tables will be donating to A Soldiers’ Charity, set up by injured British Army veteran Rick Clement, from Clitheroe. Tickets. (£10 in advance, £12 door)
TV Smith fronted The Adverts, penning their hit single Looking Through Gary Gilmour’s Eyes, during the first wave of the punk revolution.
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Meanwhile, TV Smith continues to tour the world with his solo show, and he appears at Preston’s Continental Pub on April 11 (£8).
Heavy duty punks GB have confirmed a date at the Preston venue, on April 27 (£10).