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    The Big Beat Band

    This Sat 17th March at The Brymbo Sports and Social Club sees very rare chance to see the UK’s Premier Function Band, The Big Beat, playing Motown, Soul, POP and Blues, in their home town!
    From celebrity weddings, to million pound corporate events, to packed-out stadiums, The Big Beat have played them all! For one night only, this is your chance to get a rare sight of them playing all the classic hits from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s, right up to the current hits of today, completely live! As well as the band, there will be a DJ throughout the night, food available, and bar open till late. All at The Brymbo Sports and Social club, Nr Wrexham. There will also be a Charity Prize Draw in aid of Hope House Children’s Hospice, with top prizes kindly donated by the Rugby Super League, Clay’s Farm Golf Club, The Grovesnor Pulford Hotel & Spa, Nu Instruments, and County Music Supplies.

    Venue: Brymbo Sports and Social Club
    Date: 17/03/2012
    Time: 8pm

    This is event is suitable for all

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    Box Office: 07854005067

    Ticket Price: £10 / £12 on the door

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