|What is the 1 in 12 Club?||Where did the money for the building come from?||Is it primarily a punk venue?|
|Where did the name come from?||How was a slum transformed into a Club?||What are the collectives?|
|Why use the Red & Black Flag?||What about the licensing laws and other legal requirements?||Who organises events?|
|Do I have to
be an anarchist
to be a member?
|How is the Club managed?||How do you become a member?|
|How did the club get a building?||Is it expensive to run?||What are the Club's long-term aims?|
|Is it primarily a punk
No. Members book the bands that they like and want to see, and those involved in the punk scene have always tended to be among the more dedicated and enthusiastic at organising events. Fashions and tastes change however and the kinds of bands booked over the years has reflected this. What has always been consistent is that gigs at the 1 in 12 Club are organised, publicised and run by members voluntarily, free from bouncer intimidation and the usual promoter rip-offs.