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Barbara Dickson at London Union Chapel

Barbara Dickson tour dates and tickets
Barbara Dickson is a Scottish singer-songwriter, musician and actress from Dunfermline.

Barbara Dickson will be performing 1 event in London on Thursday 7th April 2022 at the Union Chapel.

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Thu Apr 7 2022 London, UK UK
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Address: London Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, Off Upper ST, London, N1 2XD
Telephone: 02072261686
Venue Capacity: 800
The Union Chapel is a multipurpose complex based on Compton Terrace. A live music venue that also acts as a working church - and even a charity centre for the homeless - it is one of the most beloved places in the English capital, and one of the busiest for its size too.