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Buskers Night At The Bull!

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Hullo folks,

Just to let you know that as of this Thursday i will be starting an open mic night at the black bull in bedlington. If you play an instrument or sing or both please feel free to take to the (sort of) stage and give us a tune! If not then just come along and enjoy the music!

We have guitars and mics so if u just want to come and sing us something im sure we'll be able to supply the music

Hope to see some of u there!

Please spread the word



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Did you put it on the Town Calendar?

Remember to post pictures, and maybe write a follow-on news article. wink.gif

For maximum exposure events should be posted in the Announcements Forum. That way you get home page exposure, and it goes out on the RSS feeds to other websites too.

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Okay thanks

Are u able to move this thread or shall i re-post?

I'll add it to the calendar!


Moved :P

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