We’re all back at choir and refreshed after a long summer holiday, and working on new material for the upcoming Raise Your Banners Festival of Political Song 2009, being held in Bradford on the 6th-8th November. Red Leicester will be performing in the Saturday afternoon concert at Bradford Cathedral, along with a number of other choirs. The concert starts at 1pm on Saturday the 7th of November, and tickets are £5. See the RYB website for more details of the weekend (which looks to be very exciting, including a Leon Rosselson concert!).
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