The Libertines ‘The Bucket Shop’ London popup store opens

The Libertines ‘The Bucket Shop’ London popup store opens

THE LIBERTINES

Pop-up shop – “Bucket Shop” now open- fans queue round block

Based at “Rock’N’Roll Rescue” Charity shop – 96 Parkway

(August 24th – September 4th)

As part of their week of shenanigans at the Dublin Castle

“Somewhere Over The Railings”

Documentary Premiere, New Photo Exhibition, Pub Quiz, Album Playbacks and surprises

(August 31st – September 4th)

The Libertines are taking over Camden for one week to celebrate the release of their new album “Anthems For Doomed Youth,” released September 4th on Virgin EMI Records. “Somewhere Over The Railings” is set to open the day after the bands headlining appearance at the Reading Festival, on August 31st for 5 days at The Dublin Castle, 94 Parkway, Camden Town, NW1 7AN. Tickets for all the Dublin Castle events sold out within two minutes of going on sale.

Art directed and curated by the band, the week of events at The Dublin Castle will feature a new photo exhibition, a Libertines pub quiz (hosted by Best-selling writer and Libertines expert Anthony Thornton), a new documentary by Roger Sargent filmed in Thailand whilst making ‘Anthems For Doomed Youth,” playbacks of the new album prior to release, exclusive prizes and plenty of surprises.

A pop-up shop, “Bucket Shop,” opens today August 24th from the “Rock ’N’ Roll Rescue” charity shop situated next door to the Dublin Castle at 96 Parkway. The store is selling and displaying rare memorabilia, trinkets, treasures and art and will be open until September 4th. Every purchase will include a donation to the Rock N Roll Rescue charity: https://www.facebook.com/RockNRollRescueCamden

Coffee will also be being served courtesy of “Tim Peaks”.

Opening times are week one 12PM – 8:00 PM, week two 2PM – 10:00PM

There will also be playbacks of “Anthems For Doomed Youth” in cities across the UK on the week leading up to release. More details will be announced on Friday 14th August.

The running order for the Dublin Castle is as follows:

Monday 31st August:
“Anthems For Doomed Youth” photo exhibition by Roger Sargent.
Private viewing 7:00PM – 9:00PM
Open to the public from 9:00PM
Tuesday 1st September:
The Libertines Pub quiz with Anthony Thornton.
Doors: 7PM. Pop Quiz 8:00PM – 9:00PM
Wednesday 2nd September:
Exclusive “Anthems For Doomed Youth” playback.
DJ set.
Doors: 7:00PM. Playback 8:00PM – 9:00PM.
Thursday 3rd September:
Roger Sargent Documentary screening and “Anthems For Doomed Youth” playback and Q&A with Roger Sargent.
Doors 8:00PM. Film and Q&A 8:30PM – 10:00PM.
Friday 4th September:
Album release day and very special event.
• All proceeds from the Dublin Castle events go to “Rock ’N’ Roll Rescue” Charity:https://www.facebook.com/RockNRollRescueCamden?fref=ts
• All proceeds from the regional playbacks goes to the “Amy Winehouse Foundation”: http://www.amywinehousefoundation.org/about
10th August 2015

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