17 Mar 2011
Close Up feat. Bernard Sumner @ MIF 2011 
The Close Up series is part of True Faith - a celebration of established and emerging talent hosted by the Manchester International Festival 2011.

On Monday 4 July 2011, Bernard Sumner will be the Close Up guest, interviewed live onstage by Dave Haslam in the Festival's Pavilion Theatre in Albert Square.

The event starts 7pm, and will last approximately 80 minutes.

Tickets priced £5 go on sale at 10:00 GMT on Friday 18 March 2011 via MIF.co.uk.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous shiveringgoat said...

This should be superb! :)

17/03/2011, 21:53

 

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