17 Nov 2005
Young Offenders Institute - double live weekend 
From The Young Offenders Institute newsletter:

Friday 18 November - supporting Puressence at 53 Degrees, Preston's new venue.

Doors: 7.30pm
Close: 2am.
Entrance: 12.00 GBP
www.skiddle.com for more info and tickets.

Saturday 19 November - Lindley Working Men's Club in Huddersfield, supported by Rev Porl and The Voice Of God.

Lindley Working Men's Club
39 Brian Street
Huddersfield
HD3 3JQ
Tel: 01484 651118
For info contact Alan on 07780 707 086

Then next week on Wednesday 23 November the band will be in London playing at The Musos, at KOKO in Camden (formerly The Camden Palace), hosted by Xfm. There are a limited number of tickets available for the public.

ends.

www.youngoffendersinstitute.com

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