By Reub Palin - 21st December 2011 7:04am
Tomorrow, Thursday 22nd December, closes a great twelve months of live music at the Lord Combermere and, as a thank you for all your support, we give you the Modern Alarms Christmas Party.
This last six months has seen a change in the line up with Colm joining on bass and his first tentative steps in the band were during the Oxjam set in October in Audlem.
Colm is now fully integrated into the band and Dom, Fray and Gledders have told him all about the memorable Thursday night the lads played earlier this year.
And if you were there, I am sure you remember the great night we had. Well, come along as this is set to be another highlight of the year. If you feel like it, fancy dress is optional or just wear Xmas hats.
So the Carols in the Square starts the night off — then go for a drink in the Lord C, and at 10.00pm the party really begins.
Please pass on and let's go out with a bang, as this is likely to be the last gig at the Lord C until the end of January.
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