Status: On Sale (Updated on 19.01.24)
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Doors open at 7:00 PM – Event ends at 10:30 PM
Age: You must be 18 years of age or more to attend this event (no exceptions). | Photo ID – We require original physical (non-digital) photo ID and use ID scanning. Without ID we will refuse you entry. | | 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 BRITs Week 2024 for War Child: Sleaford Mods
”IN ENGLAND NO-ONE CAN HEAR YOU SCREAM.”
Welcome to UK Grim. Building on the unique, insurrectionary strengths of previous records while refining them in gripping new ways, Sleaford Mods’ twelfth album is a stunning step up. This is nothing less than a defining band and voice of their generation – like The Jam, The Clash or Public Enemy were – more fully realised than ever before. At a musical moment where so much seems to exist simply to melt into air, it is, unmistakably, the real deal.
Begun in the lockdowns of 2021, added to at JT Soars the band’s go to work space, and finished at musical brain Andrew Fearn’s home studio, UK Grim finds the group at their most immaculately enraged, disquieting and ferociously poetic. Following 2021’s Spare Ribs – their third top ten album since 2019 and their most successful yet – it is, like all their records, a diagnosing of the sicknesses of society, a panacea, and a psychological blot test where the listener finds themselves revealed.
BRITs Week 24 for War Child
Raising money for children affected by war
BRITs Week is back and we’ve got some of the biggest names in music performing at legendary venues.
These very special gigs will be raising money for children whose lives have been devastated by conflict, at a time when more children than ever need War Child’s support.
The past year is one that we will never, ever forget. Children have paid with their homes and their lives for wars they didn’t start.
And then, there are the children who don’t make the headlines – children who might be completely forgotten.
But there is hope. War Child help children put the pieces back together.
The money raised from BRITs Week 2024 will help War Child keep children safe. Whether it’s mental health first aid, food, or shelter, War Child work in the hardest-to-reach places to ensure that vulnerable children and their families can survive. War Child aim to reach children as early as possible when conflict breaks out and stay to support them through their recovery.
From Ukraine, Gaza, and Afghanistan to DRC, CAR, Syria and Iraq, your support will give children what they deserve: hope for a brighter future.