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The CUNW Club - Delaire The Liar // Worry


Sebright Arms

31-35 Coate St E2 9AG London

Gig Description

Oh Cayman Presents.
The See You Next Wednesday Club.

A new early starting, early finishing punk, emo & indie night where you can see two rad bands, have a dance for an hour to bad (amazing) music and be in bed with cocoa by midnight.

For our October edition, we've managed to get the band that has got me most excited this year, Delaire the Liar. These two boys hit things hard and loud, and if you're a fan of At The Drive In meets Cassels, you'll love this.

Opening things up are Oxford's Worry, who play fast, loud and emotional songs. Imagine a more emotional Minor Threat.

Finally, the Oh Cayman/ Brutalligators boys will be hitting their laptops hard for an hour to close off the night, playing a nice short set of heavy bangers.

Doors close at 10pm (but you're welcome to go upstairs and keep drinking). Entry is free and so is our love.


ACCESSIBILITY: The gig is in the basement at The Sebright Arms, so there are stairs down (about 10-15 and relatively steep). There are gender neutral toilets on the same floor as the gig room, although there isn't a wheelchair accessible toilet.

There will be seating made available at the venue on the sides and at the back. There is no dedicated quiet space at the venue, but upstairs is a bar that is usually not too bad, and there's outside space to get out and decompress.

No strobe lighting will be used at this gig. Earplugs are available by request at the bar.

If you need any help with anything at all, please talk to Luke or Paul from Oh Cayman (we'll make ourselves known before each band), and we'll do our best to accommodate.


All Oh Cayman shows are a safe space. No homophobia, transphobia, racism, misogyny, ableism or any other terribleness is tolerated. Please show respect for your fellow human beings, and if you have any trouble at the gig please talk to us (Luke and Paul) or anyone at the venue.

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