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14th October 2005
Swap are "an electrically charged combination of beauty and excitement, danger
Dave McLean the west coast arts supremo who walks so tall on the Isle of Man with his
massive involvement with the Centenary Centre in Peel and who matches his
words with real action has reminded us of the teriffic gig coming up at the CC
on the 29th October next:
SWAP will be at the Centenary Centre, Peel on Sat. Oct 29th.
SWAP consist of Karen Tweed (the all Ireland box champion and
, (founder member of the
Old Rope String Band
and now a regular with
Edie Reader, Kate Rusby and John McCusker);
, two Swedish fiddle players. They play a mixture of Swedish polkas,
schottis and songs, and tunes from all over the British Isles. Not only this
but King Chiaullee have agreed to do a set . All in all, a gig to really look forward
to and a rare and very welcome opportunity to see world class
players on the island.
Tickets are apparently selling well, so if you are planning on
supporting this important gig, make sure that you get yours while the going's
Further info about the band is on their website at
Celtic Gold Peel
Peter Norris Music Villa Arcade Douglas
Black and Blue, Castle St Douglas
Shakti Man, Parliament St Ramsey.
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Centenary Arts Centre, Peel
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