5 Jun 2017
The Railway Children and The Wendys live @ Audio 
The Railway Children, The Orchids, The Wendys live @ Audio, Glasgow

The Wendys are late additions to an excellent bill on Saturday 17 June at Audio in Glasgow alongside The Orchids and headliners The Railway Children who continue their reunion gigs which started last year.

Tickets priced 15.00 in advance are available now via Tickets Scotland

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The Railway Children
The Orchids
The Wendys [via archive live video stream]

Audio
14 Midland St
Glasgow G1 4PP

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The Wendys 7.45pm - 8.10pm
The Orchids 8.25pm - 9.10pm
The Railway Children 9.30pm - end

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