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By Arena Webteam - 7th August 2018 4:49pm
UPDATED 10th AUGUST
Tickets for the Madness event on Friday 31st August have been selling like the proverbial hot cakes and are now all sold out!
If you have missed what is happening (where have you been?) Elvis is appearing for one night only at Church Minshull Village Hall. Well when I say Elvis I mean Paul Larcombe who is one of the world's best Elvis tribute artists having performed all over the world and for such Elvis aficionados as HM the Queen.
But not only do you get a brilliant Elvis show you get, in true concert style, a support band and disco.
The Badger will be providing a bar and food will be available to purchase. The doors open at 7pm and the night gets under way at 7:30pm
All profits are going to support Minshull Madness on the 1st September.
Thank you to all those who have bought tickets for this 'not to be missed' evening.
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