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Ramsey Room Session – John Dhali
Sat 21 November, 7pm

Finally we have managed to secure the services of this local artist who is making waves both on the folk and mainstream scene. He has recently moved down to London, but made the trek back north to record this show especially for a Clonter audience, featuring old favourites as well as as yet unrecorded material.

If you like a bit of folk in your musical diet, do check this fellow out. If you have some young ones in the house – John Dhali has been on Radio 1 – your street credibility may increase.

Recommended to be accompanied by a pint of craft beer (preferably a local one), and watched on your telly using an HDMI cable from your laptop, so you really feel like he is in the room. Take some trouble over the lighting, to get the ambience just right, and enjoy with the whole family.

‘We think this man is a future number one artist.’Rob Adcock, BBC Introducing


‘Pay What You Feel’ Policy

Having presented our digital outreach programme for free thus far, sadly as this situation has gone on much longer than we thought, we now feel that we must adopt a mechanism that is helping keep the prospect of theatres reopening globally a possibility, and that is to ask that any future content is purchased on a ‘Pay What You Feel’ basis. This also enables us to offer this FREE to Friends and Patrons of Clonter.

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E-Tickets £5, £10, £20

There is no booking fee applicable for this event.

The link to the performance will be detailed on your e-ticket, which will be emailed to you upon purchase.

This event will be broadcast ‘live’ at 7pm on Saturday 21 November, but the show will be available for one week following broadcast.

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