Burnley punk band the Notsensibles are busy rehearsing for their first gig in 18 months, in their home town.
The band will play in Queens Park on Saturday, July 27th, hoping to thrill the crowds with their classic hits, including the recently re-released “I’m in love with Margaret Thatcher.”
The event, called “Sensies in the Park,” will allow fans old and new to enjoy the music. Tickets are £5 in advance, and are available from the Mechanics Theatre, or £7 on the night if available.
Gates will open at 5-45pm, with support act Complete Control performing at 6-15pm, followed by Swamp Donkeys at 7pm.
Notsensibles will take to the stage at 7-45pm. Non-alcoholic drinks will be on sale and visitors can bring their own alcohol. No dogs or glass are permitted in the park.
The event will finish around 8-45pm. Formed in 1978, Notsensibles have played regularly round the country and supported acts such as The Clash and The Undertones.