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The Thursday Night Live Music programme at the Lord Combermere features Beth Prior.

Acoustic, alternative and lyrical, Beth describes herself as a full time musician, writer and community artist, dreadlock stylist and alright cook . . . cherishes the old and embraces the new!

As always, it's free entry and it starts 9.00ish tonight. We look forward to seeing and serving you. For more information visit: www.thelordcombermere.co.uk

AudlemOnline adds:

If you have a smartphone (iPhone or similar), you can now subscribe to the Audlem Music Calendar. This free service will cleverly place gigs and other local music events onto your phone calendar and will be automatically updated as new performances are confirmed.

This service will work on any ICS compatiable calendar system or smartphone — click here to subscribe now.

For a full list of software which supports iCalendars, please see this wikipedia article.

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