Venue Details

Name: Thumpin' Tum

Status: Closed

Type of venue:None

Comment:also known as The Tum, The Thumping Tum, Thumpin' Tum, The Thumpin' Tum. Notes: nickname given to itself in mid 1970 was 'Heavy Quarters' - perhaps as a link to the 'heavy' bands and music played there - AG 130316. Article: Go-Set March 23, 1966. p 7. Title: Around the World. Author: Tony Healey. - Ken Moate named as part owner. Article: Mother Tum alive again. Go_Set June 12, 1971. p.21. Article states that Max the Bouncer was behind the June 1971 reopening of Tum. Notes: dry venue, though had occasional BYO and licensed nights (a few times a year maximum). - AG

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Recent Tugging

3 years, 7 months ago: The gig Anti-Rip-Off Concert No.1 was edited.

3 years ago: The gig Battersea Heroes @ Stanley's Stomp Station on Saturday, Oct 14 1972 was added.

3 years, 6 months ago: The gig Langford Lever @ Stanley's Stomp Station on Thursday, Jul 27 1972 was added.

3 years ago: The gig Country Acoustic Night was added.

1 year, 10 months ago: The gig Guest Band @ Piccolo on Friday, Mar 18 1966 was added.

4 years ago: The gig Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band and others @ Thumpin' Tum on Thursday, Aug 20 was added.