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Gigs at the Station

Regular gig goers are bound to have been to a few unusual venues, and they certainly break up the monotony of the common ‘corner of a pub closest to the toilets’. Now you can add a railway station to your list. Britain’s St Pancras International is to host a series of free gigs from unsigned bands, as every Thursday evening in July two groups will play to the passing commuters and travelers. Presumably there’s space for fans to stop and listen (no matter how hastily converted from the passing masses). A spokesman associated with the gigs came out with the marvelously bonkers statement”'St Pancras International continues to be a unique station – more about staying and enjoying rather than leaving”, which surely risks marking it out as something of a failure given its main purpose is to facilitate travel.

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