RedCrossGig

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Event Details

Cooper Black are back in Chippy on the 27th November playing at the Crown and Cushion in aid of the British Red Cross.

They will play two sets from 8pm, with guests appreances from Chippy’s own Andrew Wildman and Esther Wildman Corfield.  Bring your friends and family and don’t forget your dancing shoes.The bar will be open from 7pm-11pm.

Tony Cooper will be selling cool vinyl before and after the sets in aid of Oxfam, and we will be treated to some old school DJ-ing too during the break.

To book your tickets for this amazing charity event click on the TICKETS link below where you will be taken to our secure online booking page.

Thank you for your support

TICKETS

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4 responses to “RedCrossGig

  1. A little confused- selling vinyl in aid of Oxfam but this is a Red Cross charity fundraiser? Or have I understood correctly?
    Still, love the bangin’ tunes 🙂

      • if this happened in ny, they (OCA) would destroy the lawyer, and his family and friends, and then take his law license and run him out of town. welcome to the legal system in new york: lawyers are FORCED to be unlehicat.

      • Det gjør jeg sjeldent ogsÃ¥, men man trenger ikke være noen ivrig leser for Ã¥ være kritisk til en generell tendens og en mentalitet som gÃ¥r igjen hos denne besynderlige gruppen selvforherligende grinunger. Jeg finner det direkte fascinerende nÃ¥r bortskjemte samfunnsparasitter er sÃ¥ sensitive at de tar seg nær av at noen skriver noe negativt om dem pÃ¥ Internett. SÃ¥ søtt at du rir inn og skal beskytte dem, o hvite ridder.

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