Thu, 27 Jan|
What A Waste - The Ian Dury & The Blockheads Tribute Band
an experience that faithfully recreates the humour, poetry and expert musicianship of one of the UK’s most original, diverse and unique bands!
Time & Location
27 Jan 2022, 19:30 – 23:00
Chislehurst, Beaverwood Rd, Chislehurst BR7 6HF, UK
About The Event
What a Waste is the UK's most authentic Ian Dury & The Blockheads tribute act brought to you by six totally committed musicians with a love & respect for the music of The Blockheads & the poetry of Ian Dury. It's a live experience that faithfully recreates the humour, poetry and expert musicianship of one of the UK’s most original, diverse and unique bands:
The set includes: Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick, Reasons To Be Cheerful (Part3), What A Waste, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, I Want To Be Stright, Clever Trevor, Billericay Dickie, There Ain't Half Been Some Clever Bastards, My Old Man, Sweet Gene Vincent, Blockheads, Fucking Ada, Pardon, Inbetweenies, Plastow Patricia, Jack Shit George, Wake Up & Make Love With Me, If I was With A Woman, Uneasy Sunny Day Hotsy Totsy, I'm Partial To Your Abracadabra, Common As Muck.
Here's a video clip: https://youtu.be/_Lq_opy7Occ
Venue: The Marquee
Doors open at 7.30pm (please do not arrive earlier)
The band usually goes on stage at around 8.15/8.30 pm.
Tickets are non-refundable unless the event is cancelled or rescheduled due to government restrictions, in which case you will be offered an exchange to another date, or a refund. By purchasing tickets, you agree to these terms.
Please remember, it is important that you do not attend The Beaverwood if you:
- believe you may be infected with COVID-19, whether you have symptoms or not
- have experienced symptoms in the last 14 days
- have been in close proximity to anyone who has experienced symptoms in the last 14 days
- have arrived in England in the last 14 days from a country where UK quarantine restrictions apply
- have been instructed to self-isolate
We encourage anyone in your group that is clinically vulnerable, or who is in the same household or support bubble as someone who considers themselves vulnerable, to make their own assessment whether they should attend.
The Club House has now been demolished and is being redeveloped - please excuse our appearance while we build a fantastic new venue! Access is via a flat footpath with handrail approximately 70 metres long. It is suitable for wheelchairs.
What a Waste 27/1/22