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Friday, June 12, 2015

An Empty Shopping Offer You Can’t Refuse

Southern correspondent Tony Eales brings news of an offer jazz musicians could well wish to snap up. The Empty Shop on Framwellgate Bridge in the city of Durham is a disused shop. It stands empty much of the time, then, to those in the know, it becomes Durham’s quirky speakeasy; floorboards, paint-splattered tables with a bottle bar. The venue is looking to put on more jazz gigs. It’s a small room. It gets busy.
Visit Empty Shops’s website for further details: www.emptyshop.org.
Email: thefolks@emptyshop.org.
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