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One of the highest blessings in being considered by many to be amongst the best Caribbean musical entertainers in the UK, is the opportunity to be invited to perform at the very best venues around the country. I can honestly say that this venue sits within that category. (wonderful in-house team) – A pleasure to perform here and very much highly recommended… Gary (Steelasophical Steel Band)

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