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Weekend Of Free Music At Camberley Festival
Patrick Clarke , May 24th, 2017 13:29

As part of the 10 day Camberley International Festival, the weekend of June 9-10 will see a host of free music and arts in the Surrey town.

The Rajasthan Heritage Brass Band

The second annual Camberley International Festival will dedicate a weekend to free music and entertainment on June 9-10.

On Saturday 10 June, a night of intimate shows at The Carpenter's Arms will be headlined by a reformed Martin Stephenson and the Daintees, while the Rajasthan Heritage Brass Band will perform a series of shows on Park Street.

Friday 9 June, meanwhile, sees a set at the Central Bar from the Carl Barat-produced Guildford band BlackWaters and Annabel Allum, with support from Sophie and the Giants and King Knit.

That day will also see a literary programme throughout the afternoon, curated and hosted by Cardiff author John Williams.

Williams will host Q+As with ex-NME and Loaded journalist James Brown, who will discuss his new book about 5-a-side football, Above Head Height, and with the award-winning Daniel Rachel.

Rachel will discuss Walls Come Tumbling Down, his discussion of the Rock Against Racism, 2 Tone and Red Wedge movements. Travis Elborough and David Randall will also appear.

You can find out more about the full programme for this year's Camberley International Festival here.

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