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Old Dance School - Goblins in the Ginnel

Old Dance SchoolThe Old Dance School are guests at Goblins in the Ginnel this coming Saturday, which will be the last chance to see them live before they commence a series of festival dates in May.

Harnessing energy from the elements, and inspiration from their unstoppable sense of adventure, this formidable septet of The Old Dance School fuses seven of the exciting young folk scene's finest musicians.

"Truly exciting, awe inspiring music from a band who can only be heading for the top floor." - Songlines

"Classical quality, jazz imagination, folk sensibility, rock/roots energy...Masterful." - Scotsman

"Abundantly creative...energetic, fresh and supremely innovative" Living Tradition

The Old Dance School appear at Goblins in the Ginnel, The Globe Inn, Glossop, SK13 8HJ on Saturday 23rd March with support from Holly Taymar.  Doors open at 7.30 pm for an 8 pm start. Tickets priced 10 in advance and 12 on the door can be obtained  from or from the venue.

Profits from the gig to Glossop Mountain Rescue and The Chernobyl Children's Trust (Glossop Branch)

There is also an extra gig at Goblins in the Ginnel with Faustus appearing on Thursday 25th April.  Tickets on sale soon.


The Old Dance School
Goblins in the Ginnel
Holly Taymar

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