Rogue In The Jungle Bizness

11:21 05 April 2012

Billy Skins Fifth get in the jungle.

Billy Skins Fifth get in the jungle.

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Tigers, snakes and monkeys will be dancing their nut off at Rogue’s latest fancy-dress party.

This Saturday the wild comes to Hitchin with the promo outfit’s jungle-themed night at Club85.

With a line-up including Billy Skins Fifth, Ting And Ra And The Iries, Shoot The Director and Craig Harris, you can hear everything from punk, 80s tinged pop, dub and acoustic melodies.

Promoter Charlie Frame said: “We are pulling out all the stops with our jungle-themed gig and club night with some of the best local talent and typically eclectic line-up. Come dressed as a jungle animal of your choice!”

Entry for Rogue In The Jungle Bizness is £6 on the door or £5 in advance from wegottickets.com

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