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Henry Rollins at Cardiff Tramshed

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Henry Rollins is a singer-songwriter, musician, actor, and spoken-word artist from Washington D.C.

Henry Rollins will be performing 1 event in Cardiff on Monday 3rd April 2023 at the Tramshed.

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Mon Apr 3 2023 Cardiff, UK UK
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Henry Rollins
Cardiff, THE TRAMSHED
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£34.04
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Henry Rollins Good To See You 2023
Cardiff, Tramshed
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£29.35
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Henry Rollins Good To See You
Cardiff, Tramshed
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Address: Cardiff Tramshed, Clare Road, Cardiff, CF11 6QP
Telephone: 029 2023 5555
Venue Capacity: 1000
Tramshed is a Welsh music and arts venue located in Grangetown, Cardiff. Opened in 2015, the building is a converted Grade II listed old tram depot, with a main room, mezzanine that faces the stage, and has seen performances from the likes of Pil, Shellac, Section Boyz, Low, Billy Talent, Ezra Furman, Sonset Sons and Barenaked Ladies.