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The Columbo Group venue will, in partnership with Dice, welcome Kaiser Chiefs, Jess Glynne, Tom Odell and more for a series of gigs to benefit the music-therapy charity
By IQ on 01 Nov 2016
The Camden Assembly, the London venue formerly known as The Barfly, will this December host a week of shows in aid of music-therapy charity Nordoff Robbins.
Tickets will be made available via a lottery on ticketing app Dice, with a £2 fee per entry (limited to five entries) donated to Nordoff Robbins.
Here’s the poster:
The Camden Assembly’s operator, the Columbo Group, bought the 200-cap. venue along with The Jazz Café – also in Camden – in January.
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