Enter Shikari to play next Converse Gig at 100 Club

Band will play intimate free gig on January 28

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Enter Shikari are set to play an intimate show as part of a new season of monthly Converse Gigs at London's 100 Club.

Special guests on the night will be The Algorithm on Monday, January 28.

For nine nights in July and August, The 100 Club was host to Converse Represent, which saw artists including the likes of Blur, Nas, and Plan B play exclusive, intimate shows. Blur played a set that drew heavily on 'Modern Life Is Rubbish', but also featured seldom-heard B-sides and new track 'Under The Westway'.

Paul Weller's show was attended by Liam Gallagher, who watched from the wings, and after the show promised that his band Beady Eye would one day play the 100 Club themselves.

The Converse and 100 Club-curated music series began with Graham Coxon’s performance in June 2011. Since then, Gorillaz Sound System, The Rapture, The Vaccines, Chairlift, Ghostpoet, Azari & III and many more have taken to the stage.

Tickets for Enter Shikari's Converse Gig are free and available now, exclusively via Converse UK.

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