The Kinks’ frontman, Ray Davies


 
Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, Islington, London 51.544052 -0.103665
Dates & Time:
4th March 2014 -- 7 PM
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Join the legendary Kinks frontman Ray Davies for an evening of songs, stories and home movies at the Union Chapel.

The Union Chapel is both a working church and one of London’s most intimate live entertainment venues.

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