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Hugh Cornwell at Lincoln Engine Shed

Hugh Cornwell tour dates and tickets
Hugh Cornwell is an alt-rock and new wave singer-songwriter from North London.

Hugh Cornwell will be performing 1 event in Lincoln on Wednesday 16th November 2022 at the Engine Shed.

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Wed Nov 16 2022 Lincoln, UK UK
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Address: Lincoln Engine Shed, University of Lincoln, Lincoln, LN6 7TS
Telephone: 08448888766
Venue Capacity: 1500
The Engine Shed is a live music venue which forms part of the University of Lincoln. Named after the locomotive shed that it replaced in 2006, it's a popular stop for rock and metal bands - recent names that have graced its stage include Stereophonics, Kasabian, and Deftones.