Friday 27 November 2015

Frank Turner at Cheltenham Town Hall

Event ended

According to the promoters singer-songwriter Frank Turner is widely regarded as one of the nicest men in music, with good reason.

‘He was so wracked with guilt at having to pull out of this year’s Two Thousand Trees Festival,’ organisers say, ‘that he insisted on playing a Cheltenham show and making it as cheap as possible so anyone who wanted to see him didn’t miss out.’

With that in mind, and with a measley £5 in your hand, fans of the ever-so-nice Frank Turner can catch the performer in action on Thursday 23 July 2009, when he returns from a Stateside tour with Offspring and Sum 41.

Event: Frank Turner plus special guest Jim Lockey
Venue: Cheltenham Town Hall
Date: Thursday 23 July 2009
Times: From 8pm
Tickets: Cost £5 in advance, available from
3 July 2009


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Friday 03 July 2009

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