Suzie Stapleton and Raul-Ronney Angel on the first night of the Punk ‘n’ Roll RendezVous Festival at The Unicorn in Camden on 29 June 2018.
Brooke Law launched her new single at The Finsbury on 28 June 2018, with support from MIRI and The Scruff Club.
US riot grrrls The Darts and London-based New Zealand punk band The Cavemen stormed Nambucca on 26 June 2018, for Dirty Water Records.
The second of the free Sunday Surprises concert at the Southbank Centre, as part of Robert Smith’s Meltdown on 24 June 2018, featuring Kite Base, Martinez, Blue Crime, Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard, Skinny Girl Diet and Pumarosa.
A night of riot grrrls and feminist punk at The Five Bells in New Cross on 22 June 2018, hosted by Saxon Zine, with Brighton’s Pussyliquor and Manchester’s Witch Fever.
Romances played The Big Red on Holloway Road on 21 June 2018, with support from Big Peyote, Marisa and The Moths, and Silk Road.
Country music royalty Carlene Carter and her band at Islington Assembly Hall on 19 June 2018. Support came from Birmingham country music couple My Darling Clementine.
Bansuri (Indian bamboo flute) master Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia at Islington assembly Hall on 17 June 2018, with support from Kefaya Trio.
False Advertising, Is Bliss and Midas Fall at Sunday Surprises, a free concert at Southbank Centre curated by Robert Smith as part of Meltdown on 17 June 2018.
Hull band Life headlined The Lexington in London on 14 June 2018, supported by Vulgarians and Yassassins.