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Socially distanced concerts for Cheltenham

If you're missing live music, Chapel Arts in Cheltenham is offering a series of socially distanced concerts in a safe environment.

There are a handful of ticket's for tonight's show (22nd October) featuring Robin A Smith on piano, with Bryn Thomas, Hannah Hughes and guests, playing a mix of jazz, soul and cinema music.

Coming up are:

  • Thursday 12th November - Robin A Smith and guests playing French music
  • Friday 20th November - Aaron le Maistre - Multi-instrumentalist
  • Thu 26th Nov - Robin A Smith and Chris 'Snake' Davis playing jazz and soul
  • Tuesday 15th Dec - Disney Christmas singalong with Robin A Smith and Hannah Hughes for children and families

All events will have limited numbers and no interval, with audience members wearing masks.

Tickets for all shows are available at https://www.thechapelarts.com/ticket-office/ 

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