Happy St. Patrick's Day!

by on March 17th, 2005
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I very almost had an evening of culture and beautiful music in Plymouth (yes, that is possible, apparently…) tonight. I was going to travel down to the Phoenix where Seth Lakeman is playing. However St. Patrick’s day in Totnes somehow sounds even more appealing… Anyway, if you are going for culture over revelling, then do head to the Phoenix – it promises to be a great gig.

Also worth checking out are some of the fantastic concerts in Exeter put on as part of the Vibraphonic festival. In particular, tomorrow (Friday) night at the Exeter Phoenix sees a concert from Nils Petter Molvær – a breathtaking blend of, well, everything really – jazz, house, breakbeat to name a few. Hopefully I’ll be there!

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