Brace yourself, South London! The next couple of weekends see a burst of Brew-based gigging action as your favourite garage rockin’ maniacs hit the road to inflict orgiastic aural intoxication upon various venues in the vicinity.
Saturday 30 August sees them back at their home-from-home, The White Lion in Streatham, but before that there’s a last-minute addition to their itinerary as the band heads for pastures new and a Friday night slot at the William IV in Elmers End (116 Croydon Road, Elmers End, Beckenham BR3 4DF).
The Brew hasn’t been in this part of town for a while, so hopefully there’ll be some new faces along with the Brew Krew Auxiliary helping them get the joint jumping. Check the link here for info on how to get there, but we’re told it’s a cinch to reach by train, tram or bus – “Sort of near the big Tesco” is about the clearest directions we’ve heard so far.
Big shout too for our pals-in-rock Ruby Red for tipping the Brew to this booking when they unfortunately had to pull out due to unavoidable circumstances. The least we can do is urge you to catch them tonight, Saturday 16 August, at the super-sweaty Joiners Arms in Woodside. Chances are you’ll run into a few drunken Brewsters while you’re there, too…