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Let’s at least go down singing, with the best of the gigs for 25 – 31 March. Do something positive this Brexit Day with a fundraising event for Help Refugees on 29 March. Playing at the Hope and Anchor for the Choose Life event are grungesters A VOID, electropunk band LegPuppy, creative collective Dismembered Sound Booth, plus Alex Meaney and #notheardof. Tickets are a tenner, but it’s for a good cause and promises to be a great night.

You might have to beg, borrow or steal tickets for the Brexit Punk Rock Breakdown at The Crofters Rights in Bristol on the 29t, but with music from The St Pierre Snake Invasion, John E Vistic, Droogs and Blind Man Death Stare, it might be worth it.

Yak are in Birmingham on Friday 29 March with Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam at The Castle & Falcon.

Alternatively, on the 29t, you can head over to The Camden Assembly for music from Weekend Recovery, Dutch Mustard and The Gulps.

Also in Camden this week are Pussycat & The Dirty Johnsons, taking over the Dublin Castle on Thursday 28 March.

If you’re a bit further north on the 29t, get yourself to the Arts Club in Liverpool for the BBC6Music Fringe Festival, featuring music from SPQR, Ohmns and Piss Kitti.

Kent punks Lady Bird start their tour this week with shows in Tunbridge Wells, Bristol, Nottingham and Leeds. Support acts include the fantastic Witch Fever, Guru and ARXX, so get one of the last remaining tickets while you can.

THU 28 MAR / Pussycat And The Dirty Johnsons @ Dublin Castle – London

FRI 29 MAR / A Void @ Hope and Anchor – London

FRI 29 MAR / The St Pierre Snake Invasion @ The Crofters Rights – Bristol

FRI 29 MAR / SPQR @ The Arts Club – Liverpool

FRI 29 MAR / Weekend recovery @ The Camden Assembly – London

FRI 29 MAR / Yak @ The Castle & Falcon – Birmingham

SAT 30 MAR / Lady Bird @ The Key Club – Leeds