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Allan & Jo are proud to support free live music in pubs and local up and coming talent, as well as longstanding, world-class local favourites. 

This evening, Thursday 8th November, sees the return of Alibi who have entertained audiences at local festivals and are firm favourites at The Lord C.

Alibi is an acoustic duo of Nick Lundie and Dan Parry who combine exquisite vocals and outstanding guitar artistry to provide a crowd pleasing set of folk and indie/pop which is well worth venturing out for.

Thursday night live music at The Lord Combermere starts at 9.00pm (give or take a few minutes!) and it is free entry to all.

For all the regular supporters of local musicians performing small scale gigs in the locale we thank you for your support, for those that may be new to Thursday nights at The Lord Combermere, why not give it a try and see what you have been missing!

We hope to see you this evening and if you are not entirely satisfied we will refund your entry fee!!! 

 

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