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The Shires at Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall

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The Shires are an English country pop band from Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire consisting of Ben Earle and Crissie Rhodes.

The Shires will be performing 1 event in Folkestone on Thursday 6th May 2021 at the Leas Cliff Hall.

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Thu May 6 2021 Folkestone, UK UK
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Address: Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall, The Leas, Folkestone, CT20 2DZ
Telephone: 01303 228600
Venue Capacity: 1500
Leas Cliff Hall is a live music, entertainment and events venue based in The Leas, Folkestone. Opened in 1927, it has continued to serve locals to this day, operating as somewhere for people to watch anything from concerts and orchestras, entertainers and comedians, and even things like ballet and wrestling. It boasts a capacity of up to 1,500 standing and 900 sitting fans, and has seen performances from the likes of Judas Priest, The Rolling Stones, and Queens of the Stone Age.