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Broken Witt Rebels at Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach

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Broken Witt Rebels are a British blues rock band from Birmingham, consisting of vocalist and guitarist Danny Core, bassist Luke Davis, guitarist James Tranter and drummer James Dudley.

Broken Witt Rebels will be performing 1 event in Cardiff on Thursday 17th September 2020 at the Clwb Ifor Bach.

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Address: Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach, 11 Womanby Street, Cardiff, CF10 1BR
Telephone: 029 2023 2199
Venue Capacity: 200
Clwb Ifor Bach is one of Cardiff's longest-running nightclubs and live music venues. Opened in 1983, it was originally used as a meeting place and hang-out for those who speak Welsh; today, though the staff are required to speak Welsh, it is used by students and clubbers alike, regardless of language. Clwb is a common fixture on any up and coming indie, rock, metal, and alternative bands' tours of the UK, while it also owes some of its longevity to the ever-popular dance music scene, drum and bass in particular.