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Along with the other pubs in the village, the Bridge Inn will be hosting some of the bands performing at the Festival.

The Bridge is also hosting the poetry slam which is the first Festival event on Thursday (see here)

The programme for the Lord Combermere can be seen here, and the programme for the Shroppie Fly will follow soon.

The Bridge Inn

Fridayinside9.00pmJonathan Markwood's Hoo-Hah Conspiracy
Saturdayoutside12.30pmKevin Hassett's Redux
 outside2.30pmScott Doonican (BarSteward Son Of Val Doonican)
 outside4.30pmThe Reads
 outside6.30pmSons of Clogger
 inside9.00pmJack & Kirsty Marshall
Sundayoutside1.00pmThe Oli Ng Band
 outside3.00pmChasing August
 outside5.00pmThe Jim Kirkpatrick Band
 outside7.00pmBe Quiet, Shout Loud!
 inside9.00pmFie! Fie! Fie!
Mondayoutside1.30pmThe Blue Yellows
 outside3.30pmEmperors Of The North
 outside5.30pmThe Fargo Railroad Co.
 outside7.30pmPaul Henshaw & The Scientific Simpletons

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