Doors 6pm. Curfew 11pm
Tax £8 OTD

Oi Polloi
Anarcho-punk at its finest (with a dash of street punk) ‘This is as primal as it gets.
Motorhead meeting Crass on a drunken, good time night out.’ – John Robb
And they’ve not played in Leeds for 4 years, far too long………..Welcome back

Hagar the Womb
Created in 1981 in the toilets at London’s legendary Wapping Autonomy Centre. Split and reformed in 2011. Do they sound like The Poison Girls ? Na, they sound like Hagar the Womb. Last played in Leeds 32 years ago! Just released a retrospective HAGAR THE WOMB: HAGIOGRAPHY – new CD/download available from:

Songs featuring socio-political comment with associated references from the world of adverts, 1970’s TV programs, railways (esp railways) and first-hand experiences, making sure it always remains relevant (or not!). Musically- 3 chord, sing-a-long, simple, catchy songs and a buzzing live show. Get sweaty.

The Yalla Yallas
Punk rock n roll from Leeds. One of the most entertaining live bands you could hope to see. Songs are both personal and political and nudity is often involved. Do not miss them!

Laura Taylor
Performance poet, with lots to be angry about. Sweary, bouncy, political, with a soft chewy centre.

She takes the intensely personal and makes it universal. She takes the universal and makes it personal. She is riveting, inspiring, dead hard and incredibly soft at the same time.” – Attila the Stockbroker

Laura Taylor is a one woman bundle of energy; gritty, mesmerising, a performance that grabs the attention of the audience to deliver a serious message with a typical Northern wit” by *** Warwick, Rebellion Punk Festival

Andy Carrington – Bradford’s own anti-fascist poet. Dedicated artist who performs with heart on his sleeve and no little bottle.
“Straight-forward. **** good” — DJ Lord (Public Enemy)
“Anti-fascist to the core” — Mensi (Angelic Upstarts)
“Talented / prolific” — Andy T (Punk Poet)
“Plastic skinhead traitor”—Redwatch

Additional useful info:

“Wharf Chambers Co-operative Club is a members’ club, and you need to be a member, or a guest of a member, in order to attend. To join, please visit wharfchambers.org. Membership costs £1 and requires a minimum of 48 hours to take effect.”

This is a fundraiser for anti-fascist prisoners and 0161 Festival. Therefore there is no guest list.

There will also be a raffle with fantastic prizes, plus stalls, vegan café and a great range of reasonably priced alcoholic / non- alcoholic drinks available.

Kids are welcome. U14s must be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets are available OTD only, no advance sales, if you are travelling and want to guarantee entry pleas message me and we’ll sort summat out.

Bands will finish by 11pm in time for last trains/buses

This is the final line-up, no more bands will be added unless there is an unfortunate drop out so please don’t ask to be added to the line-up.

This is likely to sell out so please arrive early to ensure entry.