april, 2019

02apr7:30 pm11:00 pmAKTION For Autism feat Dicepeople, Cal Ruddy,Sour Punch


Event Details

AKTION Music presents AKTION For Autism a special fundraising event to celebrate National Autism Day . See attached for further info...https://www.autism.org.uk/get-involved/world-autism-awareness-week/what-is-waaw.aspx

This event by AKTION Music is the first in a series of fundraising and/ or awareness events for issues which AKTION Music feel strongly about. The concept is simple . Firstly to raise awareness of the issue, secondly to provide information sourced by a leading charity and lastly to raise funds for the charity selected. Further subjects to be covered in 2019 include Suicide Prevention and Homelessness.

The charity supporting this event is the National Autistic Society, the leading UK charity. See attached for further info https://www.autism.org.uk/

FREE Entry - Donations welcome


Dicepeople is a dark electro band from London consisting of Matt Brock (musician, songwriter and producer), Zmora (vocalist) and Rafael Filomeno (visual artist). Dicepeople music covers a wide range of genres including electronica, EBM, darkwave and post-punk.

Originally founded by Matt Brock and going strong since 2013, Dicepeople have released a number of well-reviewed studio albums and EPs. Their live shows have a significant visual emphasis, with projections and lighting creating a highly immersive experience.


Sour Punch

Sour Punch are an indie rock band based in Manchester. They have headlined and played lots of gigs in Manchester. Since releasing their debut single, 'Already' and music video, the band have grown in popularity. The single has been described as, "

Their music is not typical indie rock; they combine grunge and punk into their tunes - making it their own. They have been featured on indie playlists and have played festivals such as Indie Week.


Cal Ruddy

Cal is a singer songwriter from Liverpool whom I met last year at Sound City. He is a passionate supporter of raising awareness about autism and as well as performing will share a few of his experiences on the night. Cal has recently been named the best live entertainer at the Liverpool Lifestyle Awards.

“As I have Asperger’s syndrome myself I hope to make even just a little bit of a difference to the campaign and to people’s lives with autism. I hope my music serves as an inspiration to other people with Asperger’s and autism and can show them that anything is possible.



(Tuesday) 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm


The Monarch

pin The Monarch 40-42 Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8BG