Price: £15.50 in advance
Status: Tickets sold out (Updated on 12th April 2017)
Tickets by phone: Call 08444 771 000
Tickets for cash: Cash purchases only from the Scala box office between 10am and 6pm Monday to Friday. No booking fees. Read box office info.
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Doors open at 7:30 PM – Close at 11:00 PM
Age: You must be 16 years of age or more to attend this event (with or without a guardian) | Photo ID – Please bring ID if you are 25 years of age or less or appear so. | | Access – Standing. There are no seats assigned. The venue is arranged on several floors with many stairs and no lift. Find out more about accessiblity.
About Skinny Lister
Skinny Lister, who have been non-stop performing across Europe and the United States, return with flagon in hand, party spirit in their bellies and only one thing on their mind: fun.
2016 has been an exceptional year for the twelve-legged party machine that is Skinny Lister. Kicking things off was a support tour across Germany, Austria and Switzerland with label-mate and fan Frank Turner. Then it was a quick hop across the pond for Flogging Molly’s festival Salty Dog Cruise around the Bahamas, before heading out on their own East Coast headline tour with label pals, Beans On Toast and Will Varley in tow. Many of the shows were sold out well in advance and signalled a big step up for the band Stateside, with an ever-increasing fanbase begging for more!
After that, concentration turned to recording the band’s third studio album (Autumn 2016) on Xtra Mile Recordings. Lorna from the band says: “The last year has been amazing! The Xtra Mile Recordings family has welcomed us with open arms and touring the States, Europe and the UK with label mates Frank Turner, Beans on Toast and Will Varley has been incredible. The excitement doesn’t stop there though; we’ve not stopped writing and feel very excited about what’s cooking!”
Album number 3 follows 2015’s Down On Deptford Broadway, a rum-soaked blend of English folk and punk rock anarchy that received rapturous acclaim with the Guardian declaring: “it packs enough punch to steamroll a saloon brawl.”