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Three To See on 26 Aug: Train Journey, The Battle Of Frogs and Mice, Who Killed Franz Ferdinand
Three To See on 25 Aug: Regenerate, Lydia Hirst – I'll Be Your Dog, Silk Road (How To Buy Drugs Online)
Three To See on 24 Aug: Xerse, Around The Block, Sam Fletcher – Live In Tufnell Park
Three To See on 23 Aug: Jarlath Regan – Organ Freeman, We Should Know Better, Joe Jacobs - Cracker
Three To See on 20 Aug: Anthony Jeselnik – Funny Games, Remote, Elephant Steps
Three To See on 18 Aug: To The Moon… And Back… And Back, Love Lab, God 2.0
Three To See on 17 Aug: And Tell Sad Stories Of The Death Of Queens, Quarter Life Crisis, Blue
Three To See on 16 Aug: Mosaic, Tom Binns Is Unbelievable, Fourth Monkey’s Scandal Season – Bombshells
Three To See on 13 Aug: Onegin and Tatiana, On Mother's Day, Spiral
Three To See on 11 Aug: The Titanic Plays, Hatch, Jack and The Beanstalk
Three To See on 10 Aug: Busking It, Sh*t-faced Shakespeare, Your Kisses
Three To See on 8 Aug: Greek, Tomorrow In The Battle, The Naked Dietician - Enough
Three To See on 6 Aug: Did It Hurt?, Crabmeat, Protest Song
Three To See on 30 Jul: How To Make Me Happy, Andrew Bird – Aloof, The Boatswain's Mate
Three To See on 12 Jul: Bowjangles – The Legend Of Excalibow, Banana Crabtree Simon, Augmented
Three To See on 7 Jul: Circulate, (Even) Hotter, The Lampoons – House On Haunted Hill
Three To See on 4 Jul: Christopher Bliss – Writing Songs, The Economy Of Ecology, Beautiful Thing
Three To See on 1 Jul: Things We Chose To Save, This Is Not For You, Mabel & Mickey
Three To See on 28 Jun: For King And Country, The Tempest, A Clown Show About Rain
Three To See on 27 Jun: Jellyfish, Suitman Jungle, Nocturne

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