Fanny Hatstand Presents Sat 4th March 2017

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Fanny's Parlour & Roving Folk Clubs
7.30pm Sat 4th March 2017, All Saints Hall, Langport

Tickets £7.00 ,under 18's £3.50
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The uplifting tongue-twisting ironotronic lyrics of Edwin Brooks need no introduction, The Burning Glass will be playing some of the new songs from their soon to be new album.

Welcoming back another Fanny favourite , The Sometimes and Forever Band who's song writing puts real time into slow motion, clarifying and enhancing every moment.

Fanny Hatstand is dedicated to promoting high quality original live music and parties. Fanny's operation is master-minded from her secret headquarters somewhere in Somerset. Fanny only works with her friends or other interesting people.

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