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Disability Sheffield Benefit Night Starring the Free Radicals

Disability Sheffield Benefit Night Starring the Free Radicals

Following the success of our gig events last year, we hope you can join us for another great night out supporting the work of Disability Sheffield on Saturday 21 October 2017 at Broomspring Lane Sheffield S10 2FD. Doors open 7.30pm!

Listen and dance the night away to those classic funk and soul songs from the Free Radicals in a friendly party atmosphere. It’s party time!! A big THANK YOU to the Free Radicals band from Sheffield for this benefit gig playing highly danceable numbers from five decades of soul and funk and anything else that makes their audience get up and boogie!!.

A real ale bar, great music and great company! £7 entrance fee, £4 concessions – tickets on the door. We look forward to seeing you there.

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