July 11th, 2011
The Quarterhouse is a striking building, found in the heartland of Folkestones’ Creative Quarter. Nicknamed ‘the cheese grater’ because of its strange metal design, the venue houses a great bar and restaurant as well as a small theatre room for all kinds of shows. An unassuming place in a quiet part of town. Hardly a place you’d except to find Watford punks Gallows, who after the release of ‘Grey Britain’ in 2008 and a string of legendary shows on the festival circuit, have far outgrown the tiny confines of places like the Quarterhouse. Nevertheless, it’s a treat for fans to be able to get so up close and personal with the band as they return to the kinds of venues that they played at the start of their career.