Electro-dub pioneers Dreadzone play the Castle

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Electro-dub pioneers, Dreadzone, headline The Castle theatre in Wellingborough on Saturday night.

The band celebrated two decades in the industry this year with their seventh studio album, Escapades.

Dreadzone’s core members are Greg Dread, original bassmaster Leo Williams, MC Spee and reggae vocalist Earl 16, who perform alongside Chris Compton on guitar and Bazil on technology.

Hit records, critical acclaim and a huge, devoted fan base are theirs, due in part to their utterly storming live shows.

Dreadzone opened the 
Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury in 1994 and brought their blend of electro, dub and reggae to a wider audience with seven Top 60 singles. As well as live favourites including Little Britain and Captain Dread, the band will be showcasing tracks from their latest album.

Tickets cost £15 and doors open at 8pm. To book, call 01933 270 007 or www.thecastle.org.
uk.