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Happy Mondays frontman to visit Parr Hall

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HAPPY Monday’s Music icon Shaun Ryder is visiting Warrington’s Parr Hall next year to tell all about the Madchester glory days!

Ryder is nothing short of a living legend and now he’s giving fans a rare insight into his astonishing career in a visit to Warrington’s Parr Hall.

As the frontman of The Happy Mondays and Black Grape, Shaun is a fundamental cog in the Madchester phenomenon that spread across the globe.

Creating mind-blowing anthems with an abundance of energy, his music continues to captivate fans to this day.

Now, he’s heading out on tour to meet fans and give a fascinating interview about his years in The Happy Mondays and Black Grape.

You will hear his take on the Manchester music scene and truly incredible first-hand accounts of mad incidents and the rock ‘n’ roll capers he is so renowned for.

Audience members will have the chance to ask Shaun questions and delve into the mind of a true icon of modern music.

With an additional performance from a live band and the chance to meet Shaun in person, this is a must-see show for any music fan!

Tickets on sale now.

Saturday 25 April 2020, starts 8pm, £25/£40

Parr Hall, Palmyra Square South, Warrington, WA1 1BL

Tickets and information 01925 442345 www.pyramidparrhall.com

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