On Wednesday 21st March, we present to you the one and only..THE MEN THAT WILL NOT BE BLAMED FOR NOTHING(feat. Alternative comedian Andrew O’Neill)"Coruscatingly loud and extremely funny" - The Guardian“Probably the maddest, most original punk band around”- Louder Than War“Fiendishly entertaining… a taste worth acquiring” - Terrorizer“One of the best bands in Britain today”- Pure Rawk“Not to be missed at any cost” -Toxic OnlineOld school punk rock. Like, REALLY old school.Genuine 100% actual Londoners, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing come from a past which probably never happened via a present they didn't want. Less steampunk and more "SteamPUNK", the British four piece mix Anarchy and Anachrony in equal measure. Expect a robot Sid Vicious covering Slayer in an 1877 East End Music Hall: a murky mix of Doctor Who, Doctor Watson and Doctored History. Not for the faint hearted or those of a delicate disposition.They have played many mainstream festivals including Bestival, Camp Bestival, Download (second stage), Bloodstock, Rebellion and Boomtown as well as a number of boutique festivals such as Whitby Goth and A Splendid Day Out. And now, The Shed.https://www.facebook.com/blamedfornothing/PLUS: iDestroy | Killer all girl band."The band are fronted by singer/guitarist Bec Jevons, who manages to combine her hard mod-punk look style with a presence that seems to channel equal parts Shirley Manson and Joan Jett." - Fred Perry Subculture"If you like your rock'n'roll short, sharp and spiky, then Bristol grrrl rockers IDestroy might just be your favourite new band. They snap, they crackle, they pop, and they wear studded leather jackets with a feisty punk sneer." - Classic Rock Magazine "Bristol alt.rock crew have been eating riffs for breakfast here. Just listen - massive guitar everywhere!" - Kerrang! Magazinehttps://www.facebook.com/Idestroyband/AND: The Brandy Thieves | Already renowned as one of the Midland’s best live acts, The Brandy Thieves have quickly built a reputation as a band that blows the roof over every venue they play, a band that’s impossible not to dance to. By combining gypsy rhythms and punk energy, ska grooves and folk storytelling, the band has created a sound that is uniquely their own, a sound that has stolen the hearts of all of whom that have seen them perform. ‘Raucous’ ‘Infectious’ ‘Enthralling’ ‘Captivating’ and ‘Sweaty’ are just a few of the words that have been used to describe the alcohol stealing gypsy punks.https://www.facebook.com/TheBrandyThieves/14+, under 16s with an adult.£12 advance (+booking fee)Tickets on sale Friday 15th December.