Legendary punks Cockney Rejects headline The Craufurd Arms this weekend.
Formed in the late 1970s in east London, the band had a fierce working class stance and sang about the issues of inner city living.
They signed to EMI and released a string of albums, toured the UK and appeared on Top Of The Pops.
After disbanding in the early 1980s, they returned in 2000 and released the album East End Babylon in 2012.
They headline the Wolverton venue on Saturday, November 29. Doors open at 7pm, tickets costs £12 in advance (before fees).
Tomorrow night, The Hell headline the venue.
The Watford-based hardcore bandits (pictured above) released the album Groovehammer earlier this year.
Doors open at 7.30pm, tickets costs £7.50 in advance before fees.
Corby legends Raging Speedhorn headline the venue on Wednesday, December 3.
The band is out on their first full UK tour for six years after a triumphant return at this year’s Sonisphere festival.
Doors open at 7.30pm, tickets cost £8 in advance