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Lord Combermere

Having had a short break in January, this evening sees the return of Thursday Night Live at The Lord Combermere with former Inspiral Carpets front man Tom Hingley.

Tom is one of the hardest working performers and travels the length and breadth of Britain to play.

As always, free entry and the music's from 9.00pm.

Friday night then sees a 70s, 80s and 90s Cheesy Disco Night. Requests taken on the night.

 

Over the coming months a few acts are already booked in as follows:

 


  • 9th February is Phil Maddocks, singer songwriter

  • 16th February - Taylor and The Mason a gorgeous duo of singer songwriters

  • 1st March - Mr George Borowski: if George dont know it it ain't worth playing, a true legend

  • 5th April - Audlem's good friend, Garron Frith, returns by popular demand

Lots more planned and if you have some suggestions then please e mail reubadub@live.com" target="_blank">reubadub@live.com

 

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