25 November 2012
Minny Pops - A Quietus Occasion 
A reminder that Minny Pops play The Lexington in London on Monday 26 November as part of A Quietus Occasion being organised by Tim Burgess and O Genesis. A special surprise is promised for the first 50 attendees so don't be late (and try not to spend too long round the corner in the Craft Beer Co, Islington)!

The gig coincides with the band's new single release, Waiting For This To Happen/Glistering [OGEN 027]. The special live event will also feature a live set from Pavlov's Children, readings by Craig Parkinson (who played Tony Wilson in Control) and DJ spots by Tim Burgess and Nik Colk Void of Factory Floor.

Tickets priced 9.00 GBP are still available via WeGotTickets.

The Lexington
96-98 Pentonville Road
London N1

Minny Pops - A Quietus Occasion

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