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On Saturday 4th February Reubadub Promotions is pleased to bring you a one-off gig at Audlem Scout and Guide Hall.

Following the Oxjam event where all ages enjoyed The Modern Alarms set, this event is aimed at allowing families to attend with their young children, who will just soak up the atmosphere of a real gig.

With support from the Wash, this is set to be a great night, at only £5 per adult — all accompanied kids are free plus bring your own refreshments — so a cheap family night out.

Tickets are on sale at Hoc's Fat Pigeon, Audlem Dry Cleaners or from Reub Palin on 07805 424761 or at www.facebook.com/Reubadub 

 

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