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The Last Working Day Of The Month: Issue 120

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(MJ Hibbett & The Validators FACT, February 27th 2015)

Hello all, and welcome to this BUSY edition of the newsletter. We've got gigs and shows and films to talk about this time, so let's get to it!

Friday 27 February - NN Cafe, Northampton
With Alan Moore and Robin Ince.

Thursday 5 March - The King & Queen, London
Totally Acoustic, with Liz from The School and Charlie from The Retro Spankees.

Saturday 14 March - The Brook, Wallington
Acoustic night featuring ME.

Sunday 22 March - Cafe Bruxelles, Leicester
Totally Acoustic afternoon session with Alexander Christopher Hale, Dan Ransome and Joey Chickenskin. Kick-off 2pm.

Monday 23 March - Wenlock And Essex, London
Doing five minutes of stand-up as part of my stand-up comedy course.
Tickets here:

Thursday 2 April - The King & Queen, London
Totally Acoustic With Peter Buckley-Hill and John Osborne.

Check for more information.

We're now BOOKED for two weeks at the Edinburgh Fringe - we'll be performing at 6:15pm at Sneaky Pete's every day between August 8th and 22nd. We're gradually sorting out some preview shows too, which you can find on our webpage here:

We had a lovely time at Totally Acoustic last month with Model Village and A Little Orchestra, and you can hear highlights here:

Simon Love was unable to play due to being poorly so we've rescheduled him for later in the series, and this month we've got a fantastic double bill of Liz from The School and Charlie from The Retro Spankees - more details here:

Thanks to everyone who had a look at me and John Dredge's short film 'The Job Interview'. This month we've got a new film that's even SHORTER - it's called 'The Date', lasts 16 seconds, and is HERE:

The Validators continue on their long journey towards another album - we now have 6 tracks almost completed, and about as many in the process of being learnt. No definite title yet, but we'll probably have plenty of time to think of one!

And I think that's more than enough for this time - thanks for listening!



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