‘Skins house’ to open with free gigs from Hadouken!, Two Door Cinema Club

NME Radio are staging gigs with Plan B, I Blame Coco too

A Bristol venue is set to be taken over by the makers of E4 TV show Skins for a series of free gigs and DJ slots.

Hadouken!, Two Door Cinema Club, Plan B and I Blame Coco are among the acts who will play on some of the 16 nights being organised as part of the ‘Skins House’. The events will take place at the The Old Fire Station venue.

NME Radio‘s James Theaker will be hosting one of his shows from the venue and phoning the house to check on how things are going on the other nights.

The nights will kick off on January 21, with Two Door Cinema Club and The Cheek playing live plus Mystery Jets DJs.

Other highlights include General Fiasco and Goldhawks playing live on January 27, while Hadouken! will play on January 30.

Tickets are free (subject to a £1) booking fee – see E4.com/skins for details.

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