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The Lord Combermere Live Music programme for February gets underway this evening with Tap the Keg.

Then on Saturday it's a great gig at the Scout & Guide Hall with Modern Alarms.

Reubadub promotions announce the following up and coming events in Audlem:

 


  • Thursday 2nd February — Tap The Keg — The Lord C, Free

  • Saturday 4th February - Modern Alarms / The Wash — Audlem Scout Hall £5 — kids Free

  • Thursday 9th February - Phil Maddocks — The Lord C, Free

  • Thursday 16th February - Taylor and the Mason — The Lord C, Free

  • Thursday 23rd February - Nikki Rous — The Lord C, Free

For further info please call Tel — 07805 424761 or email - reubadub@live.com" target="_blank">reubadub@live.com

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