Win £5k at the 'Live at Your Local' Competition

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The Old School House, amongst other Greene King pubs throughout the nation, are hosting the Live at Your Local competition this summer.

The pubs are looking for solo artists and bands to take part in the competition with extraordinary prizes including; £5’000, a recording session and a chance to play at the O2 Arena.

Heats will kick off in Old School House in June with the regional finals in Glasgow in July. The national final will be at Indigo, the O2 in London on the 18th August.

Tour Manager, Lynsey Braidwood, said: “We are extremely happy to be part of this fantastic competition and be able to offer talented individuals a platform to be themselves.

“This competition offers an opportunity for any musician to share their talent and be part of something exciting and different within our area.”

The Live at Your Local runs on a first come first served basis, so if you think you have what it takes, pop into Old School House now to pick up your entry form.

 

 

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