Performers invited to take to the stage at open mic night in Wisbech

11:44 25 September 2013

Last year

Last year's open mic session at After Hours Live

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Singers, song writers, poets and comedians are invited to take to the stage at an open mic night at After Hours Live in Wisbech next Friday, October 4.

After Hours Live - live entertainment with a twist of faith - begins at 7pm, at Octavia’s Cafe in South Brink, with entry via Somers Road car park.

Last year’s open mic event was very successful with a wide variety of musicians, poets, and stand-up comedians using their ten minute slot to delight the audience.

Slots are booked on a first-come, first-served basis, and anyone wanting to get involved this year is asked to email info@afterhourslive.org.uk .

Admission is free, and more information can be obtained via the website afterhourslive.org.uk

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