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Fri, 16 Sept


Sheffield City Centre

Puzzle, Down and Outs & Post Archive Gig!

New gig alert! We're happy to have Post Archive's first gig with Liverpool DIY favourites @weredownandout and @puzzle_liverpool making their first trip to Sheffield for a long time.

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Puzzle, Down and Outs & Post Archive Gig!
Puzzle, Down and Outs & Post Archive Gig!

Time & Location

16 Sept 2022, 19:00 – 23:00

Sheffield City Centre, 12 Fitzalan Square, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2AZ, UK

About the Event



This year Liverpool's Puzzle released Halfway Home on Defend Vinyl Records. Produced and recorded by Paul Rafferty (Hot Club De Paris), the record is a collection of catchy emo-tinged indie pop and is full of great storytelling and instrumentation. Returning to Sheffield for the first time since 2011. The venues they have played in the past may not still be here (The Red House, The Stock Room) but Puzzle are still going strong and it's great to have them back.

Down and Outs

Chris, Morgan and Mark are three scousers who've been making punk for nearly two decades. Their debut Boys from the Blackstuff in 2004 was released on former Sheffield record label Dead and Gone records and was a punk classic, but the story didn't stop there, they've release four albums since and their latest single 'It's Not Over Till It's Over' picks up from their 2006 Forever Punk 7inch and shows there's still plenty of fist pumping singalongs to come.

Post Archives

Vicky, Alfie, Kev and Peter make music that's somewhere between powerpop and punk with a collection of songs about fictional karaoke bars, a disdain for Q&As, small talk friendships and late night takeaway spots.

Additional Info

Tickets are £6 advance and £8 on the door. If you are currently unwaged but wish to attend send me an email ( and we'll sort you out.

DINA and Post Archives Presents want to create an environment where everyone feels safe and able to express themselves and have a good time. You can read about DINAs safe space policy on their website. DINA basement is not currently wheelchair accessible.

The first 25 tickets sold will receive a free zine on the night.

The capacity is very limited so please buy advance tickets via skiddle


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