17 May 2017
The Railway Children live @ Audio, Glasgow 
The Railway Children live @ Audio, Glasgow

[updated 5 June]

The Railway Children continue their reunion gigs that have seen them play New York City, Manchester, Wigan, Minehead (Shiiine On) and London over the last year.

This time they're heading north of the border to play Audio in Glasgow on 17 June with support from The Wendys and The Orchids.

Tickets priced 15.00 in advance are available now via Tickets Scotland

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The Railway Children
The Orchids
The Wendys

Audio
14 Midland St
Glasgow G1 4PP

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