Preview; First call
Saturday 20 February 1999
Comedy Theatre, London, SW1 (0171-369 1731) 8 Apr to 17 Jul
The Seventies retro sound of Kula Shaker (above) emerged, incongruously, at the same time as New Lad culture. Stranger still, the band has survived unscathed, praised even by Oasis. Although tickets sold out for a date at the 108 Club within three hours, Crispian et al are embarking on a tour later in March. Naturally you'll have to act fast... the London date may have sold out already.
Venues include: Academy, Manchester (0161-832 1111) 17 Mar; Corn Exchange, Cambridge, (01223 357851) 24 Mar, Brixton Academy, London (0171-942 9999) 26 Mar
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- 4 Make your voice heard: Sign The Independent's petition to welcome refugees
- 5 Refugee crisis: Aylan's life was full of fear - in death, he is part of 'humanity washed ashore'
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