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All-Hallows Eve feat. Woo-hoo Revue

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October 27, 2012
6:00 am

All-Hallows Eve is my tip for the best live music event for this weekend.

The Woo-hoo Revue, The Black jesus Experience, Lotek, Ghost Orchid, El Moth, Mortisville and Kill Ya Darlings will – as quoted by the Thornbury Theatre website -be taking you to “soaring heights (and) Vaudevillian madness” with these “undeniable, infectious musical masters.”

Expect a lot of jazz, hip-hop, reggae and roots style performance live, with lots of funk, strings, horns and beats.

WHEN: Saturday, 26 October, 7:30pm
WHERE: The Thornbury Theatre, 859 High Street, Thornbury
WEB: thethornburytheatre.com/event/all-hallows-eve


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