13 May 2005
Young Offenders Institute live 
The Young Offenders Institute play Club Fandango at the Dublin Castle in London this Tuesday 17 May, onstage 9.45pm. Go to www.clubfandango.co.uk and click on the "need a flyer? print them here" button in the top left - this will get you in for 5 quid.

Club Fandango
The Dublin Castle
94 Parkway
London, NW1 7AN
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The debut single We're The Young Offenders is released on 30 May on F4 Records on CD. It's available for download now from www.f4records.co.uk

The single features three tracks:
We're The Young Offenders (Cleaned Up Version)
We're The Young Offenders (Fucked Up Version)
Having A Party (Live in London)

To buy a copy, send a cheque or postal order for 4.00 GBP (including post & packing), with your name and address, to:

Acid Management & Productions
12 Stoney St
London SE1 9AD

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Thanks to the Young Offenders Institute newsletter
www.youngoffendersinstitute.com

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