I, LUDICROUS > Gigography
| Under normal cicumstances, the compilation of a comprehensive
listing of a band's live appearances in its entirety might be something
of an undertaking. Casting around, we can only come up with one band dear
to us which has appeared so infrequently as to make I, Ludicrous' inventory
of gigs seem huge in comparison. that band is the Native Hipsters of "Ooh,
look, there goes Concorde again" fame, who played at the 101 Club in Clapham
in 1981 (Will was there) and again at some strange hall in Camden in,
we think, 1986 (John was there).
But here, just about complete, is the Ludicrous list to date.
10 October - Prince Albert, Brighton
15 December - Hope & Anchor, London with We Buy Gold.
No gigs - another year of contemplation.
20 November - Inn on the Green, Portobello Green, London with
The Fallen Leaves & Poundshop. Flier
12 December - The Watershed, Wimbledon,London. Photos.
7 July - Bull & Gate, Kentish Town, London with Frank Sidebottom.
15 October - Port Mahon Ale House, St. Clements Street, Oxford.
3 December - Bull & Gate, Kentish Town, London with The Cleo Whip and We Yes You No. photos.
9 October - Bull & Gate, Kentish Town, London with Jowe Head,
Container Drivers and Woog Riots. Review, photos.
16 November - Evening Star, Brighton with Attila the Stockbroker.
14 September - Montague Club, Montague Arms, London with Probing
Cranks and Sucker. Photos.
No gigs - a year of contemplation.
22 April - Halftime Orange, Leicester with Half Man Half Biscuit and Ludd Gang. Photos.
26 February - Hope and Anchor, Islington with Ludd Gang.
No live appearances.
23 October - Astoria, London supporting The Fall
9 September - McMillans, Deptford, London. Photo.
4 December - Hallamshire Hotel, Sheffield
25 November - Band on the Wall, Manchester
21 November - Stadthalle, Salmunster, Germany
20 November - The Squat, Hanau, Germany with Die Busfahrer. Photos
19 November - The Kitchen, Munster, Germany. Photo
18 November - KIR, Hamburg, Germany
13 November - Camberwell Art School
12 November - Mean Fiddler, Harlesden with Atilla the Stockbroker and T. V. Smith
6 November - Folkestone Labour Hall
20 October - Purple Turtle, Reading
16 September - Orange Club, West Kensington
15 September - Ritz, Manchester supporting The Fall
4 September - Moonlight Club, West Hampstead
21 April - Cricketers, Kennington
17 April - The Richmond, Brighton
13 April - The Square, Harlow
26 March - George Robey
22 March - Amersham Arms, New Cross
28 February - Cricketers, Kennington
8 December - Bradford University supporting The Fall
4 December - Reading University supporting the Fall
2 December - Trent Polytechnic supporting The Fall
6 October - The Square, Harlow
2 August - Junction, Cambridge with Blammo, Twigg and The Stokers
30 July - Cricketers, Kennington
18 July - Falcon, Camden
24 February - Trent Polytechnic
11 January - Cricketers, Kennington
10 November - Warwick University
9 November - Cricketers, Kennington
20 October - Leys School, Cambridge
21 October - Colchester Arts Centre
19 October - Fulham Greyhound
14 October - Scunthorpe Baths Hall
8 October - Manchester Poly
5 July - George Robey
25 June - Boardwalk, Manchester
24 June - Legends, Warrington
29 April - Tunnel Club
22 April - London School of Economics
17 April - Canterbury Arms, Brixton
23 March - Bristol Polytechnic
18 March - The Falcon, Camden
11 March - Town & Country Club with Voice of the Beehive, James Taylor Quartet and Rhythm Sisters Poster.
24 January - Underground, Croydon
15 January - ULU, London
2 January - Alma Tavern, Cambridge
30 November - Dingwalls, Camden. Review
24 November - Burberries, Birmingham. Photo
11 November - George Robey
7 August - Black Horse, Camden
14 May - Astoria Theatre, London with The Fall. Review
7 May - Timebox, Bull & Gate
12 February - Union Tavern, Camberwell
4 December - Clarendon, Hammersmith
30 October - Union Tavern, Camberwell
22 September - Timebox, Bull & Gate
15 August - Enterprise, Chalk Farm
24 May - Enterprise, Chalk Farm supporting Ear Trumpet
10 April - Enterprise, Chalk Farm. Photo
6 March - Enterprise, Chalk Farm supporting My Bloody Valentine
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