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Band to take over charity shop
2:43pm Friday 27th September 2013 in News
THE MAGIC Numbers are set to take over a charity shop in Colchester.
The band have set up an acoustic set at Oxfam, in St John’s Street., to launch this year's Oxjam in the East of England.
The British group has a gig at the Colchester Arts Centre on Tuesday night.
They contacted Oxfam to ask if they could do a gig at their Colchester store when it sold out.
Lead singer Romeo Stodart said: “We are honoured to play Oxfam in Colchester, as part of Oxjam’s seventh birthday celebrations.
“Not only will it give us the chance to play to people who missed out on tickets to our show, we will have the opportunity to play our songs unplugged, stripped back to basics, the way they were written.
“Most importantly though, we got to support Oxfam, a charity that does so much for so many, worldwide.”
The band will be playing from around 1pm on Tuesday.
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