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Man with Pogues links to play at Castle House venue

Jake Pell and Suzette Neptune, Castle House managers pictured last year

Jake Pell and Suzette Neptune, Castle House managers pictured last year

A musician with a long and successful career with some top bands will be appearing at Banbury’s Castle House venue on Saturday from 8pm.

Ian Bramble has had a vast music career but is best known lately for his work with The Popes, formed by original member of the legendary Pogues, Paul Mad Dog McGuiness.

The Popes have toured thoughout the UK and Europe in recent years .

Now with some time free in his schedule, Bramble has himself organised a night of live music alongside an array of his fellow musician-friends.

There is even a chance legendary fiddle player Dave Allen may make an appearance. You should expect a night of blues, rock ‘n’ roll and folk.

Jake Pell, entertainments manager at the Castle House said: “Ian has been really busy over the past years but we are really happy he has found the time to do this event.”

He is a pure class act and having been on stage with the original members of the Pogues, there is no doubt he is a ‘must see’.

The gig is £1 entry on the door.

The Castle House has regular open mike, comedy and music nights and hosts a wide range of art events and shows.

For more details visit the venue’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/castlehousebanbury

 

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