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Friday, July 19, 2013

Fringe gets under way

An evening of stand-up comedy headlined by Alun Cochrane launched the 15th Llangollen Fringe Festival last night (Thursday). 
With ten full nights of entertainment to come and 17 workshops during the day, there is a lot to look forward to.

A ten piece band from Ghana and London will really thrill you on Saturday night.  Yaaba Funk is a well-known band with an ever growing reputation who can’t fail to have the whole audience asking for more.
(£10, 20th July).
Yaaba Funk

If you fancy something more thought provoking, then on Sunday night there's an audience with Alexei Sayle, well known comedian, broadcaster and writer.  He will entertain with readings from his autobiography ‘Stalin Ate my Homework’ and other as yet unpublished work. (£15, 21st July)

The Jazz Train on Sunday 21st July has three separate bands providing live music.  The first band will play on the platform before departure.
The second band will entertain you on your journey to and from Carrog whilst you sip a complimentary glass of wine as the train is pulled through the Dee Valley being hauled by a steam locomotive.
A third band will entertain you on Carrog station. A great night for jazz music and the nostalgia evoked by the era of the steam train. £18, 5pm.
Jazz Steam Train

Look at the website and the programme to see the extensive range of workshops happening over the weekend.

Tickets are still available for Abba Solution and The Blockheads next week, but if you want to guarantee your place then book online now.

Sir Andrew Motion is one of the UK’s literary giants and appears on Thursday 25th July, £10.
He will talk about his latest book, The Customs House, and his work with the spoken and written word.

Tickets are available to buy at our website:
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