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Black Friday | Annabel’s Cabaret & Discotheque

Saturday, October 23

Are you ready for some high energy, home-brew of Folk Punk and Celtic music!?For over a decade the seven strong, unstoppable Black Friday have been playing their foot-stomping mix of high energy tunes across Cornwall and far beyond.

They have had crowds jumping at some of Europe’s biggest festivals, including Glastonbury, Boomtown, Donau-insel fest and Electric Picnic. They have recorded a live BBC session at Maida Vale Studios and broken a Guinness world record – 30 gigs in 12 hours!

Their music is influenced by their Irish and Cornish roots and their folk heroes. Catchy original songs and takes on folk favourites by the likes of Flogging Molly and The Pogues will keep you dancing all night.

“I really enjoyed that! Can I buy you a double Jameson!”- Shane MacGowan, the Pogues————–

→ Saturday 23rd October 2021 at Annabel’s Cabaret & Discotheque, Plymouth
→ Doors: 9pm / Tickets: £5 (+£1 booking fee) in advance
→ Strictly 18+
→ Full capacity event

————–The venue, two floors of entertainment:
→ First floor – Live music, Cocktails and DJ’s.→ Second floor – Night Club and DJ’s.————–

★ 2 For 1 on Cocktails 9pm – 10.30pm

★ DJ Andy Duggan in the Cabaret – in between sets + after the band, playing classic disco house strictly on vinyl.

★ DJ in the Disco from 10.30pm, upstairs

★ Doors 9pm – 4am / Band sets: 10pm-11pm, 11.30pm-12.30am

★ Tickets: £5 (+£1 booking fee) in advance tickets guarantees entry before 10pm

★ Tickets: £5 on the door all night

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