World Class Music from Wales

World Class Music from Wales

Described by Songlines magazine as a “Welsh supergroup”, ALAW is three leading musicians who bring a wealth of experience to a shared passion - the traditional music of Wales. Whether unearthing rare gems or reimagining a well loved melody, they treat their music with a deftness and sensitivity that is thoroughly absorbing. Combined with powerful song writing and original tunes, this makes for a musical experience that will stay with the listener long after the performance

North Shropshire

Date & time:

Sun 05 December 7.30pm

Location:

Wem Town Hall SY4 5DG

Enquiries:

01939 232299; www.wemtownhall.co.uk

www.alaw-band.com

Additional information:

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Friends £12. Please purchase these tickets from Wem Town Hall

Tickets:

Adult: £13.00

Child: £11.00

South Shropshire

Date & time:

Fri 03 December 7.30pm

Location:

Bitterley Village Hall SY8 3HQ

Enquiries:

01584 318047

www.alaw-band.com

Tickets:

Adult: £12.00

Child: £6.00

South Herefordshire

Date & time:

Sat 04 December 7.30pm

Location:

Escleyside Hall HR2 0PT

Enquiries:

Enquiries: 01981 510116

www.alaw-band.com

Tickets:

Adult: £12.00

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