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GOO, Girls on Film + People Over Borders THIS WEEKEND!

We have got an amazing weekend lined up for you! Ending on Sunday with Eats Everything, Black Rivers, Rowetta, Graeme Park and loads more awesome bands + DJs who have all donated their time for a great cause!

Kat Warburton

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Date published: 17th Sep 2015

This Friday sees the return of our monthly Indie, Britpop and Grunge night GOO who will be entertaining you from 10pm through 'til 3am in our Music Hall. FREE ENTRY if you arrive before 11pm too!

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Saturday is our *now* weekly 80s extravaganza Girls on Film. With special guest DJs across two floors, even Morrissey would have a good time. We have face painting Bowie would be proud of, enough Babycham to sink a party boat and fancy dress that would make Boy George look bland. FREE ENTRY + FREE BABYCHAM if you arrive before 11pm.

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And finally on Sunday is People Over Borders, a charity event created in aid of Syria Relief to provide help and supplies to families in Syria and the refugee camps in Macedonia, Greece and Hungary. Less than 25 tickets left for this (unsurprisingly if you see the line-up below) then it's SOLD OUT!!!

BLACK RIVERS // BADLY DRAWN BOY // A CERTAIN RATIO // BURGUNDY BLOOD // HORSEBEACH // DUB SEX // THE RAINBAND // ROWETTA // LIAM FROST // NAT BIRCHALL // ALFIE EASTWICK // EATS EVERYTHING // GRAEME PARK // DAVE HASLAM // KRYSKO // LUKE UNABOMBER // MIKE JOYCE // STEVE COBBY // ANDY VOTEL // CHRIS DUCKENFIELD // JASON BOARDMAN // GARETH BROOKS // RED LASER DISCO // ROB BRIGHT // IAN SMITH // NO FAKIN'

LAST FEW TICKETS HERE

Can't make the event? People Over Borders have over 100 prizes up for grabs in their amazing online raffle. ALL proceeds go to charity! Check out their website for more info...

www.peopleoverborders.org.uk