Smyths play Smiths hits at Wolverton venue


The hits of Morrissey and Marr will be played at The Craufurd Arms this month when The Smyths headline.

Since forming in 2003, the tribute band has played across the UK, Europe and Asia and aim to be an authentic tribute to the Manchester icons.

Expect a set packed full of hits including This Charming Man and Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now.

The Smyths play the Wolverton venue on Saturday, December 20.

Support is by Montmartre and The Box Ticked. Doors open at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £12 in advance.

Tonight, the Ruts DC play the venue.

The band were formed in 1981 by the rhythm section and guitarist of The Ruts.

The reggae-influenced punk-rock band had three whirlwind years of success, releasing singles including Babylon’s Burning and Staring At The Rude Boys.

Doors open at 7.30pm and tickets cost £12 in advance before fees.

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