Camp Cope

Thursday 26 September 2019

7:00 pm : Main stage / Standing

14+

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General admission: £10 + booking fee

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Camp Cope are an alternative rock trio who are coming all the way from Melbourne, Australia to play their first Nottingham show.

Expect cathartic singalongs and a renewed urge to dismantle the patriarchy by the end of their set.

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Witching Waves

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This show is presented by arrangement with Specialist Subject Records.

Fan Club exists to support and promote women and non-binary artists, designers, musicians and creatives in a fun and friendly safe space where we can hang out and make friends while dancing to a soundtrack of women and non-binary musicians.

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Camp Cope

Camp Cope are an alternative rock trio who are coming all the way from Melbourne, Australia to play their first Nottingham show.

Expect cathartic singalongs and a renewed urge to dismantle the patriarchy by the end of their set.

+ support from
Witching Waves

Suggested Friends 

This show is presented by arrangement with Specialist Subject Records.

Fan Club exists to support and promote women and non-binary artists, designers, musicians and creatives in a fun and friendly safe space where we can hang out and make friends while dancing to a soundtrack of women and non-binary musicians.

SAFER SPACES POLICY IN PLACE

If you have any access requests, please contact access@metronome.uk.com

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