Recommended gigs and concerts

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Three To See on 18 Jul: Sod's Law, Honey, Cherry Blossom
Three To See on 12 Jul: Bowjangles – The Legend Of Excalibow, Banana Crabtree Simon, Augmented
Three To See on 6 Jun: Undersong, The End Of History, The Yellow Wallpaper
Three To See on 5 Jun: Shadow Kingdoms, San Domino, Cafe Society Swing
Three To See on 2 Jun: London Klezmer Quartet, Rahul Kohli - Newcastle Brown Tales - Part II, Death Around the Corner, Offside
Three To See on 24 May: This Is Just Who I Am, Grace Savage Live Show, Hip Hop Cabaret
Three To See on 11 May: Pupik, Love & Protest, DNA
Three To See on 2 Mar: Glass Roots, This Is Not Culturally Significant, Alternate Time Flows
Three To See on 22 Feb: Ali McGregor's Decadence, Foul Pages, Rejoicing At Her Wondrous Vulva The Young Woman Applauded Herself
Three To See on 17 Feb: Flamenco Festival, Dai Fujikura Portrait, Napoleon Disrobed
Three To See on 2 Feb: Medea Electronica, Angels With Dirty Accents, Masood Boomgaard – African Indian
Three To See on 11 Dec: Spencer Jones – The Audition, All That Malarkey, Lucy McCormick – Triple Threat
Three To See on 10 Dec: Winterreise, Scrooge And The Seven Dwarves, Cosmic Superheroes
Three To See on 8 Dec: The Bearpit, A Night Of Small Things, Rob Kemp – The Elvis Dead
Three To See on 6 Dec: Ingo's War, There But For The Grace Of God (Go I), Sinners Club
Three To See on 6 Nov: Edgar Allen Poe – The Haunted Place, Contractions, Mother Courage and Her Children
Three To See on 2 Nov: Trygve Vs A Baby, Busking It, Ugly Chief
Three To See on 23 Oct: Tricksterland, Billy Bragg & Friends, Geek Chic's Weird Science Presents: The Science Of Vampires
Three To See on 19 Oct: Kwaidan, Dance Like I've Got Diamonds, Fragments
Three To See on 18 Sep: The Horne Section, Fairy Tales For Grown-Ups – Eaten Father Eaten Mother, Mae Martin - Dope