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Special gigs untill Christmas!

Special gigs: Shona Laing, Rikki Morris, Graham Brazier and more!!

Hi there

Here are some special gigs at the Temple between now and Christmas you might liket o put into your diary.

Gilly Darby (UK) - Friday 11/10 The Rock and Roll Machine Tues 15/10 Dark Tower and Lindon Puffin Thurs 17/10 Luke Hurley Fri 18/10 (contact the Temple for tickets) Damien Binder Fri 25/10 Graham Brazier (Hello Sailor) and Hammond Gamble (Street Talk) Fri 1/11 (contact the Temple for tickets) Rikki and Ian Morris Sat 2/11 (contact the Temple for tickets) Shona Laing Thurs 12/12 and Fri 13/12 (contact the Temple for tickets)

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