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Tuesday, 27 November 2018 12:59

The Mersey Legends at Christmas Party Night, Sunbury Cricket Club, 7th December

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The next Friday Music Night at the Club, and the last one of the year, is on Friday 7th December with the Club’s now traditional early Christmas party night when they welcome back THE MERSEY LEGENDS for their customary beat era rave-up to kick off the festive season.

The Mersey Legends are led by Yanni, born in Liverpool and who played at The Cavern with his band The Seftons in the heyday of the beat boom – the band were top of the bill when the Cavern re-opened in 1967. He has been true to his Liverpool roots ever since, creating a band and a brilliantly honed act specifically designed to celebrate the great sounds of the Mersey Era. As ever, we will be guaranteed a rip-roaring evening of wall-to-wall Mersey Era classics just like we’ve had for the last five years. There’s more info at www.themerseylegends.co.uk.

Food will be available as usual, so put together a gang of friends for a fun night out to finish the year with a bang. The Club looks forward to seeing you.

Venue: Sunbury Cricket Club, Lower Hampton Road, Sunbury-on-Thames, TW16 5PS

Starts 8.30pm

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