8 Jun 2013
John Metcalfe Band live at Goldmark Gallery 
John Metcalfe Band live at Goldmark Gallery

The John Metcalfe Band will play a special concert at the very intimate (60 seats) Goldmark Gallery, Uppingham on Saturday 6 July 2013 at 8pm.

John Metcalfe was last seen curating and playing at the excellent Monomedia event at Kings Place in London and is currently recording new material at Eastcote Studios.

The Goldmark quite recently played host to Anna Domino and Snakefarm.

Tickets are priced £25.00 available direct from The Goldmark Gallery.

Goldmark Gallery
14 Orange Street
Uppingham
Rutland

Tel: 01572 821424

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