Punk Ethics presents a night in support of their #PunksAgainstSweatshops campaign that launched last year with a film featuring some legendary names of punk including the likes of Penny Rimbaud and Jello Biafra, calling on punks to give sweatshops the boot and source ethically produced T-shirts.
Punk Ethics are now bringing the campaign to a live show at The 100 Club, with:
Raging Feminist Post Hardcore from the UK and Austria.
Scottish anarcho-punk, anti-fascist legends
Steve Ignorant’s Slice of Life
Crass legend, Steve Ignorant’s new acoustic project Slice Of Life, with Carol Hodge, Pete Wilson and Pete Rawlinson.
In Evil Hour
Hardcore punk rock from the North East of England. Raging into the void.
+ Very Special Guests yet to be announced
All this plus a special Q&A panel discussion featuring members of each of the bands, hosted by Liam Bird from Punks in Pubs podcast, discussing the campaign.
If you haven’t yet seen the film check it out at: