Audlem Festival opening night

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Bridge Inn October 2011
Lord Combermere

The Audlem Festival gets underway tonight at the village's three pubs and it's as varied a night as you could wish for:

Poetry Slam at the Bridge Inn

Hosted by Emma Purshouse, the first ever in Audlem! Performance poets go head-to-head in a live poetry competition. Expect fast moving verse & witty rhymes as they fight it out to be crowned Audlem Slam Champion. Starts at 8:00pm.

Jazz Dawgs at the Lord Combermere

Adrian Ingram's Jazz Dawgs formed in early 2008, are one of the few bands in England that can play West Coast Swing. Starts at 9:30pm

Heidi & The Brownies at the Shroppie Fly

The talented Heidi Browne backed by The Brownies. Starts at 9.30pm.

A great start is promised to what should be an amazing Festival with over 80 events over six days.

 

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