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Star date: 8th December 2009

NO TURN UNSTONED presents…

Following last month's launch of the No Turn Unstoned live night at The Racecourse pub on Littleton Road, it's back this Saturday by popular demand…

Throw 'Em A Kipper, which kicks off around 8pm, will see one live open mic night of raw explicit entertainment featuring poetry, live music, tall tales, comedy and way more – and it's all free!

Further details here…


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Last month the launch of No Turn Unstoned saw a small back room of The Racecourse pub buzzing with live acts, as comedienne, Sufiya Rehman, tried out new material, compere Mike Skeffington read out grotesque rhyming stories, and Bernie's posse of musicians rocked along. Meanwhile, poets and bar room comedians also got up and did a bit as the floor went open and the words got tasty…

This month's mayhem promises more of the same and then some…Not repeat not - for the easily offended!

No Turn Unstoned presents `Throw 'em a Kipper' at The Racecourse Hotel, Littleton Road, Lower Kersal Saturday 12th December – any time from around 8pm free entry…

mark ashmore wrote
at 19:16:45 on 12 December 2009
Racecourse pub is just down the road from me, i live on Kersal way, in the flats, will check out the next one in the new year, in copenhagen for the 12th, as being a green warrior artists get involved with our facebook fan page at http://www.futureartists.co.uk peace out x
 
Mike Skeffington wrote
at 11:08:04 on 09 December 2009
Thanks to everyone who attended last months little gettogether, especially those who contributed and thanks to Steve for supporting us with some publicity. What we need though is people to get involved and just enjoy it. Our aim is to show that people in Salford are talented and imaginative and you don't have to travel to Manchester to get alternative entertainment. Thanks to everyone and we'll see you on saturday.
 
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