Carlisle punk bands Colt 45 and Shot Balowski take to the stage at one of the city’s smallest venues this weekend.

They play at Carlisle vintage shop Warwick Bazaar as it hosts its biggest music event yet.

Colt 45 have had considerable success over the last 10 years, gaining national acclaim from the likes of Kerrang and Classic Rock magazine.

Drummer Adam Lewis is a regular at the venue and after playing the Bazaar with another act, he was able to persuade the rest of his band to join him,at the intimate and sweaty venue.

Support comes from Shot Balowski which features three ex-members of the infamous Carlisle punk band Exiles.

The band recently released their self-titled debut album which has earned national critical acclaim.

Also on the bill is Haushinka, who will be performing an acoustic duo set, rather than their usual three piece full rock performance.

Doors for Saturday’s gig open at 7.30. Entry is only available on the door, priced £3.