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10th November 2011
Madness to unveil their brand new album at the House Of Fun Weekender

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Brand new album exclusive from the Nutty Boys set to be showcased this month

With a line-up covering all bases from the cutting edge to the well-known and loved Madness’s House of Fun Weekender at Butlins Minehead is already set to be one of the musical highlights of 2011. Things, however, are about to get even better as Madness announce that they will be showcasing their brand new, as yet untitled, tenth studio album, in all its glory during one of their two scheduled sets over the weekend.

The Nutty Boys are staging a total take-over at Butlins in Minehead from November 25-27th, where they'll be found curating a line-up of bands, DJs and comedians in their own inimitable style which is sure to brighten up the early winter gloom.

Currently riding a purple patch of creativity that saw their previous album ‘The Liberty of Norton Folgate’ gaining universal critical praise and widespread public acclaim, the band are still in the studio working on the next eagerly anticipated album which isn’t due for release for some time. But, as with ‘The Liberty of Norton Folgate’ which the band performed at legendary shows at the Hackney Empire a full year before its release, Madness will be giving their brand new album tracks an early airing in their embryonic state especially for the House of Fun Weekender audience. Practice makes perfect!

Revealing the heart of the Madness creative process live and direct at a knees-up by the seaside just for you, anything could happen with the Nutty Boys. All we really know is that they never disappoint when it comes to putting on a show!

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Line up
Madness
Beardyman
Maverick Sabre
Paul Heaton
Dan le sac v Scroobius pip
The Cuban Brothers
The Whip
Baxter Dury
The Correspondents
Man Like Me
Missing Andy
The Milk
Barry Peters
Brassroots
Wagon Tales
Jerry Dammers dj set with Dennis Alcapone, Roger Beaujolais, Harry Brown & Damian Hand
Damian Hand

DJs

Rob da Bank
Mr Scruff - keep it unreal
Norman Jay
Jaguar Skills
Andrew Weatherall
Craig Charles funk and soul show
Greg Wilson
Don Letts
Toddla T & MC Serocee
Doorly
Justin Robertson
Marc Roberts
Squeaky Hill

Comedy

Ben Norris
Nick Wilty
Marcus Birdman
Al Barrie
Gordon Southern
Kevin McCarthy
Michael Smiley
Junior Simpson
Abandoman

Darts

Wayne Mardle
Peter Manley

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