Bad Manners in Hertford this week

16:44 26 May 2014

Bad Manners will be appearing at Hertford Corn Exchange

Bad Manners will be appearing at Hertford Corn Exchange

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Ska favourites Bad Manners will be performing live in Hertford later this week.

The legendary British ska band are set to bring their heady Special Brew to the Hertford Corn Exchange on Friday night.

Tickets cost from £20 and doors open at 7.30pm.

Formed in London in 1976, the ska heavyweights enjoyed a dozen UK hits between 1980 and 1983, including Lip Up Fatty, Can Can, Lorraine, Walking In The Sunshine, Special Brew and My Girl Lollipop (My Boy Lollipop).

Shaven-headed frontman Buster Bloodvessel and colleagues continue to give a cracking show of aggressive and highly danceable good-time ska.

So lace up your boots and pull up your braces, and get ready to party with Buster and the boys in Hertford on Friday night.

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