16 Apr 2006
Section 25 - Live 
It is a pleasure to announce more details on Section 25's reunion gig in Poulton-le-Fylde on Friday 19 May 2006. Also, a couple of other dates have been announced.

Entrance to the reunion gig at 'Over The Edge' is by Guest List only with a donation to Larry's charity of choice, The Deaf Society. For more information please contact Cerysmatic Factory.

'Over The Edge'
22 Hardhorn Rd
Poulton-le-Fylde
Lancs FY6 7SR
Tel: 01253 882015
Map
Doors open 8pm

Section 25 will also play the No.1 Club in Blackpool (next door to the football ground on Bloomfield Rd) on Saturday 3 June 2006. This one is pay on the door only (price and support to be confirmed).

No. 1 Club
Bloomfield Road
Blackpool
Lancashire FY1 6JL
Map

Finally, they play Le Botanique in Brussels, Belgium on 24 June 2006:

Le Botanique
Centre Culturel de la Communauté Wallonie-Bruxelles
rue Royale, 236
1210 Bruxelles
Belgique
Tel: +32 (0)2 /218.37.32
www.botanique.be

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