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London Calling play the 1978 album by The Clash in full to celebrate it's 45th anniversary.

45th Anniversary Tour 1979-2024

The Clash released their acclaimed double album London Calling album on 14th December 1979. The LP went to the Top 10 in the UK charts and has gone on to sell over 5 Million copies worldwide. In Rolling Stone Magazine’s ‘500 Greatest Albums of All Time‘ it has been ranked #8 twice. In 2010, it was one of ten classic album covers from British artists commemorated on a UK Royal Mail postage stamp.

London Calling, the world’s premiere tribute to The Clash, will be paying homage by playing selected songs from the album. They will then go on and play fan favourites and classics by The Clash including Should I Stay or Should I Go, Rock the Casbah, I Fought the Law, White Man in Hammersmith Palais, Complete Control, Clash City Rockers, Train in Vain, and many more.

By popular demand this will be a standing gig in the Colyer-Fergusson Hall. If you need to request seating, please email 

London Calling

Sat 19 October


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