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19th December 2015

Sat 19 Dec | Doors 8pm | £12/£11 U16s / £14 On The Door

Here we go again with another major music and dance night, bringing the country’s finest Northern Soul Band The SoulTrain to Kendal. For all the soulboys (and girls) out there, all the stops will be pulled out by this sensational band on their return to The Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal.

Performing the very best of the Northern Soul anthems from Wigan Casino, The Twisted Wheel, and Blackpool Mecca, The SoulTrain will be keeping that beatin’ rhythm on the right track with their authentic arrangements featuring the blistering sound of The Union Pacific Horns. The great songs of Dobie Gray, Frank Wilson, The Showstoppers,  Al Wilson, Dean Parish, Jackie Wilson, Tony Clarke… (the list goes on), are performed with pride and passion. Throw in some classic Sixties Soul hits (by such artists as The Four Tops, Wilson Pickett, Smokey Robinson and many more) and a hot, hot night is guaranteed as ‘cabaret soul’ this ain’t…

So it’s time to freshen up those Northern Soul dance moves, get down to The Brewery Arts Centre and out on the floor…

Please Click Here to visit The Soul Tain website 

Venue: Malt Room – standing and dancing (of course!)
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult


19th December 2015

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