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Friday, 23rd June 2017
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Merry Hell, Tony Downes and Some Goblins

end of univesA quick reminder that Wigan based folk rockers Merry Hell will play at the Venue at the End of Universe this coming Saturday September 15th  The band play folk-rock and their recent album Blink and You Miss It has been received to critical acclaim. They were nominated for Best Band award in Spiral Earth’s 2012 Awards. The band will play an acoustic set.

Tickets in advance from 07778 742070 or pay on the door, price £5. Doors open at 7.30pm.

Yet More Goblins in the Ginnel

Goblins in the Ginnel operating from Glossop have announced their winter programme.  The listings can be obtained from this website or from theirs.  As well as performing on 22nd September, the Young Uns will be conducting a harmony singing workshop from 4-5 pm on the same afternoon.

This workshop is suitable for all ages and abilities.  Band member Michael says- "The workshop will include a short discussion about harmonies and we will teach songs and all sing them together."

Hometowners and Tony Downes

Saturday 13th October sees The Hometowners and Tony Downes back at Uppermill Conservative Club, High Street, Uppermill, Saddleworth.  Special guest is Anthony John Clarke.Tickets at £6 available from the Conservative Club,the Post Office, High St, Uppermill, or rinbg Pete Macmillan on 0161 643 7447.


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