The Untouchables benefit gig at Wheathampstead Memorial Hall

10:15 04 April 2013

The Untouchables

The Untouchables

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CHICAGO-style blues band The Untouchables are playing a rare local benefit gig for Hertfordshire Action on Disability (HAD) in Wheathampstead next Saturday, April 13.

The Untouchables were formed in 1996 and since then have formed quite a reputation for their live performances, particularly at The Blues Kitchen in Camden and The King’s Head Theatre, Islington.

The gig is at Wheathampstead Memorial Hall with tickets £10 on the door. There will be a bar and authentic Chicago-style hotdogs.

HAD provides mobility equipment, accessible transport, driving assessments and lessons for older and disabled people in Hertfordshire and beyond.

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