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SUSSEX FOLK GUIDE

Folk Music - Listings from February 19th until the end of March 2015

The Folk DiaryThe listings on this page are taken from the paper magazine The Folk Diary. This paper magazine is now also available on line and each issue will be on-line as soon as it is prepared. As well as the listings, The Folk Diary has lots of useful adverts for folk festivals, shops and services as well as pages of reviews of recent folk and world music albums. Click on the symbol to go to the on-line version

Click HERE for details of the free, regular sessions of tunes, songs (or both!) in this area. Generally these are weekly or monthly sessions, but the webmaster will also help to publicise one-off sessions.

At the moment, it is not possible to update this page with last minute changes of programme/venue/cancellations etc. However all such changes are notes on the Facebook page of THE FOLK DIARY. Click HERE to go to it. Some late arranged gigs are also announced there.

Thursday 19th February

Friday 20th February

  • PAGODA - An exciting collaboration featuring acclaimed accordionist Paul Hutchinson (Belshazzar's Feast; Hoover the Dog) and clarinettist Karen Wimhurst. Original compositions, stunning performance and humour from this wonderfully talented duo. - St Nicholas Church, Church Street, Brighton BN1 3LJ Details:- 01273 540217 or email
  • JEZ LOWE - ELECTRIC VOICES, The Guildford Institute GU1 4LH Box Office 01483 871443
  • TEYR- Based in North London, this exciting trio bring songs from the corners of the British Isles, accompanied by accordion, fiddle and uileann pipes. - SEAFORD FOLK CLUB , The British Legion, Claremont Road BN25 2BJ; Details: phone 01323 899405 email

Saturday 21st February

  • HECTOR GILCHRIST - Hector is a skilful, sensitive singer of Scottish traditional & contemporary songs with scintillating guitar accompaniment. His latest CD on Wildgoose Records features Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer. - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ. Details:- 01273 476757 or email
  • THE TANNAHILL WEAVERS- - UCKFIELD CIVIC CENTRE TN22 1AE Details:07947 275684 or email
  • ROSCOE LEVEE & THE SOUTHERN SLIDE - Plus The Jamie Freeman Agreement. - UNION MUSIC STORE PRESENTATIONS The ALL SAINTS CENTRE, Lewes.
  • RANDOM with caller NICK WALDEN - MELTDOWN CEILIDHS, Clair Hall, Perrymount Road, Haywards Heath. Details: 01273 541453 or email

Sunday 22nd February

  • PAGODA - An exciting collaboration featuring acclaimed accordionist Paul Hutchinson (Belshazzar's Feast; Hoover the Dog) and clarinettist Karen Wimhurst. Original compositions, stunning performance and humour from this wonderfully talented duo - The Barn Church, Atwood Avenue, Kew TW9 4HR Details:- 07806 612101 or email
  • SusFA SUNDAY WORKSHOPS - PULBOROUGH VILLAGE HALL SUSSEX FOLK ASSOCIATION. Details 01243 265010
  • OPEN FLOOR - Our open floor nights are an opportunity for anyone to try a song, a tune or a poem knowing they have a sympathetic audience, although there is no obligation to perform, and those who simply like to listen (and taste the excellent and inexpensive beer) are welcome. - HORSHAM FOLK CLUB The Normandy Centre Denne Road.8pm Enquiries - 01403 251188 or 01306 875653

Monday 23rd February

  • STEVE TILSTON - CROYDON FOLK CLUB Ruskin House, 23 Coombe Road, Croydon. 8pm Enquiries - 020 8698 5322 or 0770 3210 795
  • IRISH SET DANCING - Every Monday 8 - 10.30pm All Welcome. No experience or partner needed - THE EMERALD CLUB Southgate Avenue, Crawley, RH10 6HG, Details:- 01273 747875 or email
  • PARTRIDGE FOLK - THE PARTRIDGE Partridge. Green. Details: 07768 934263 or email

Tuesday 24th February

  • PIGGIE'S OPEN MIC ROOM - THE PIG & BUTCHER Five Ash Down, Uckfield Enquiries - 01825 765779
  • CELLARFOLK SONG CLUB - ROUND GEORGES, Sutherland Road, Kemp Town, Brighton. Details 01273 509552
  • CLIVE WOODMAN - THE SIX BELLS Chiddingly Enquiries - 01825 873337 or email

Wednesday 25th February

  • DAVE ELLIS & BOO HOWARD - One of the UK's most popular acoustic duos, Dave & Boo appeared last year as two thirds of the Liz Simcock Trio, and now return to the Willows for a duo gig in their own right! Dave & Boo first began performing together in the late 1970s, focussing first of all on electric music. Dave had previously gained considerable acclaim on the UK folk circuit for his talents as an acoustic guitarist, acclaim that lead to appearances at some of the top London venues, and even TV appearances on shows like The Old Grey Whistle Test.- WILLOWS FOLK CLUB, Arundel Football Club, Mill Road Every Wednesday at 8.00pm Details: 07790 511005
  • BRIGHTON SINGERS CLUB - The Pond, Gloucester Road, nr. Brighton Station Every Wednesday 9pm Phone 01273 692849 or 383056
  • RUDE MECHANICALS - THE RED LION, Shoreham Details: 01273 452957 or 461950

Thursday 26th February

Friday 27th February

  • PHIL BEER - FOLK ON THE COAST Bognor Regis Town F.C. Nyewood Lane PO21 2TY 8pm Enquiries - 01243 820187 or 07751 594285
  • HANNAH SAUNDERS- Hannah came in November with her singing partner Lizzie Simmons and we enjoyed the evening so much we invited Hannah to come back on her own. Wonderful songs, expertly accompanied on guitar and a fabulous voice. - SEAFORD FOLK CLUB , The British Legion, Claremont Road BN25 2BJ; Details: phone 01323 899405 email

Saturday 28th February

  • THE TWAGGER BAND- Unforgettable virtuosity on an amazing array of instruments - ST, JOHN'S, Burgess Hill; RH15 9AA Details: email
  • THE LEVELLERS - Plus A CURIOUS LIFE. - DE LA WARR PAVILION, Bexhill on Sea Box Office 01424 229111
  • TUNES SESSION with BRYAN CREER & VALMAI GOODYEAR - *** The Dorset Arms, 22 Malling St. Lewes BN7 2RD *** Bring instruments to join in & lead mainly English dance tunes. We'll whack out a few favourites & some novelties on English concertinas & fiddle. Party pieces and songs are very welcome, too. - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ. Details:- 01273 476757 or email
  • LINDFIELD BARN DANCE - KING EDWARD HALL SUSSEX FOLK ASSOCIATION. Details 01424 753684

Sunday 1st March

  • THE FULL SHANTY - The Full Shanty sing sea songs and sea shanties in four-part harmony for the entertainment and amusement of land-lubbers and sea-dogs alike. - HORSHAM FOLK CLUB The Normandy Centre Denne Road.8pm Enquiries - 01403 251188 or 01306 875653

Monday 2nd March

  • TITUS - THE WHITE HORSE Bodle St. Green Nr. Herstmonceax. Details: 01435 812201 or 01435 864271
  • IRISH SET DANCING - Every Monday 8 - 10.30pm All Welcome. No experience or partner needed - THE EMERALD CLUB Southgate Avenue, Crawley, RH10 6HG, Details:- 01273 747875 or email
  • MIKE NICHOLSON - plus RACHEL ROSE EDMUNDS - Brighton Acoustic at THE LORD NELSON Trafalgar St, Brighton (100 yards from Brighton Stn.)
  • SINGERS & MUSICIANS - CROYDON FOLK CLUB Ruskin House, 23 Coombe Road, Croydon. 8pm Enquiries - 020 8698 5322 or 0770 3210 795
  • BARLUATH - TONBRIDGE FOLK CLUB The Foresters Arms 52 Quarry Hill, Tonbridge TN9 2RT 8pm Details: 01892 822945 or email

Tuesday 3rd March

  • CELLARFOLK SONG CLUB - ROUND GEORGES, Sutherland Road, Kemp Town, Brighton. Details 01273 509552

Wednesday 4th March

  • RUDE MECHANICALS - THE RED LION, Shoreham Details: 01273 452957 or 461950
  • COME ALL YE - OPEN STAGE NIGHT - - WILLOWS FOLK CLUB, Arundel Football Club, Mill Road Every Wednesday at 8.00pm Details: 07790 511005
  • DAN McKINNON - From Halifax, Nova Scotia in the Canadian Maritimes, Dan's warm baritone, superb guitar and original compositions have won him widespread praise. He loves to make friends with his audience, engaging hearts and minds with beautifully crafted stories in song. - EASTBOURNE FOLK CLUB, The Lamb, High Street, 8.30pm
  • BRIGHTON SINGERS CLUB - The Pond, Gloucester Road, nr. Brighton Station Every Wednesday 9pm Phone 01273 692849 or 383056

Thursday 5th March

Friday 6th March

  • DAMIEN BARBER & MIKE WILSON - ELECTRIC VOICES, The Guildford Institute GU1 4LH Box Office 01483 871443
  • JO & GRAHAM- SEAFORD FOLK CLUB , The British Legion, Claremont Road BN25 2BJ; Details: phone 01323 899405 email

Saturday 7th March

  • FAUSTUS - with Mike Reinstein and Freya Morris - BURGESS HILL FAIRTRADE FESTIVAL, Martlets Hall. Burgess Hill Details: 01444 242888
  • 'THE RETURN OF SPRING,' a tribute to DAVE HILL - For many years Dave & his fiddle were mainstays of local tunes sessions. We all miss him very much. The last tune he played was 'The Return of Spring' so that is the theme for our tunes & songs this evening. Proceeds will go to the brain injury charity Headway. - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ. Details:- 01273 476757 or email
  • BEXHILL SPRING DANCE - NINFIELD MEMORIAL HALL SUSSEX FOLK ASSOCIATION. Details 01424 842690
  • MARY HUMPHREYS & ANAHATA - ELSIE'S, Details: 01732 862862

Sunday 8th March

  • OPEN FLOOR - Our open floor nights are an opportunity for anyone to try a song, a tune or a poem knowing they have a sympathetic audience, although there is no obligation to perform, and those who simply like to listen (and taste the excellent and inexpensive beer) are welcome. - HORSHAM FOLK CLUB The Normandy Centre Denne Road.8pm Enquiries - 01403 251188 or 01306 875653

Monday 9th March

  • IRISH SET DANCING - Every Monday 8 - 10.30pm All Welcome. No experience or partner needed - THE EMERALD CLUB Southgate Avenue, Crawley, RH10 6HG, Details:- 01273 747875 or email
  • GREN BARTLEY BAND - CROYDON FOLK CLUB Ruskin House, 23 Coombe Road, Croydon. 8pm Enquiries - 020 8698 5322 or 0770 3210 795

Tuesday 10th March

  • CELLARFOLK SONG CLUB - ROUND GEORGES, Sutherland Road, Kemp Town, Brighton. Details 01273 509552
  • SINGERS NIGHT - THE SIX BELLS Chiddingly Enquiries - 01825 873337 or email

Wednesday 11th March

  • RUDE MECHANICALS - THE RED LION, Shoreham Details: 01273 452957 or 461950
  • CARDBOARD FOX - - A special evening is in store from this terrific new bluegrass band! A combination of four talented young musicians, featuring Laura & Charlotte Carrivick joined by John Breese and Joe Tozer, Cardboard Fox are a progressive bluegrass band with a diverse mixture of melodic songs, airtight bluegrass harmonies, and of course blistering instrumental skills. - WILLOWS FOLK CLUB, Arundel Football Club, Mill Road Every Wednesday at 8.00pm Details: 07790 511005
  • BRIGHTON SINGERS CLUB - The Pond, Gloucester Road, nr. Brighton Station Every Wednesday 9pm Phone 01273 692849 or 383056

Thursday 12th March

Friday 13th March

  • RICHARD DIGANCE - FOLK ON THE COAST Bognor Regis Town F.C. Nyewood Lane PO21 2TY 8pm Enquiries - 01243 820187 or 07751 594285
  • BAL FOLK with LES TROIS MOUETTES - Mike Mussell, Ruth Condon, Mel Stevens, An evening of dances from France & Brittany. - ST. MARY'S SOCIAL CLUB, Christie Road, Lewes BN7 1PL Details:- email
  • BEN MOSS & LAUREL SWIFT - ELECTRIC VOICES, The Guildford Institute GU1 4LH Box Office 01483 871443
  • SINGERS & MUSICIANS' NIGHT- SEAFORD FOLK CLUB , The British Legion, Claremont Road BN25 2BJ; Details: phone 01323 899405 email

Saturday 14th March

  • THE DARTMOOR PIXIE BAND caller SARAH BAZELEY - GBH CEILIDHS, Godalming Borough Hall, Godalming, GU1 4LH Box Office 01483 871443
  • PETER COLLINS - Peter is a much-loved local singer with a huge but subtle voice. He sings traditional songs & new ones in traditional style. Plenty of choruses, & a big range of emotions from humour to tragedy & back. - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ. Details:- 01273 476757 or email
  • HASTINGS & ST. LEONARDS DANCE - NINFIELD MEMORIAL HALL SUSSEX FOLK ASSOCIATION. Details 01424 753684
  • HORSHAM DANCE - BROADBRIDGE HEATH VILLAGE CENTRE SUSSEX FOLK ASSOCIATION. Details 01403 266457
  • WINTER WILSON - Support HANNAH SANDERS - GRAYSHOTT FOLK CLUB, Haslemere Educational Museum, High Steet GU27 2LA Details: 01428 604798

Sunday 15th March

  • SONG & DANCE - Songs, tunes and poems from members & guests plus dancing to our excellent ceilidh band. Beginners and experts alike are welcome and our experienced callers ensure everyone can work their way through the dances with enjoyment - HORSHAM FOLK CLUB The Normandy Centre Denne Road.8pm Enquiries - 01403 251188 or 01306 875653

Monday 16th March

  • CLUB NIGHT - THE WHITE HORSE Bodle St. Green Nr. Herstmonceax. Details: 01435 812201 or 01435 864271
  • IRISH SET DANCING - Every Monday 8 - 10.30pm All Welcome. No experience or partner needed - THE EMERALD CLUB Southgate Avenue, Crawley, RH10 6HG, Details:- 01273 747875 or email
  • HILARY SPENCER & GRANT BAYNHAM - CROYDON FOLK CLUB Ruskin House, 23 Coombe Road, Croydon. 8pm Enquiries - 020 8698 5322 or 0770 3210 795
  • ROY CLINGING - TONBRIDGE FOLK CLUB The Foresters Arms 52 Quarry Hill, Tonbridge TN9 2RT 8pm Details: 01892 822945 or email
  • MID SUSSEX CHORUS & HARMONY NIGHT - The CHEQUER INN,Steyning. Enquiries - 01444 443280

Tuesday 17th March

  • CELLARFOLK SONG CLUB - ROUND GEORGES, Sutherland Road, Kemp Town, Brighton. Details 01273 509552

Wednesday 18th March

  • RUDE MECHANICALS - THE RED LION, Shoreham Details: 01273 452957 or 461950
  • COME ALL YE - OPEN STAGE NIGHT - - WILLOWS FOLK CLUB, Arundel Football Club, Mill Road Every Wednesday at 8.00pm Details: 07790 511005
  • OPEN STAGE - EASTBOURNE FOLK CLUB, The Lamb, High Street, 8.30pm
  • BRIGHTON SINGERS CLUB - The Pond, Gloucester Road, nr. Brighton Station Every Wednesday 9pm Phone 01273 692849 or 383056

Thursday 19th March

Friday 20th March

  • DEBS NEWBOLD - ELECTRIC VOICES, The Guildford Institute GU1 4LH Box Office 01483 871443
  • BAND OF BROTHERS- SEAFORD FOLK CLUB , The British Legion, Claremont Road BN25 2BJ; Details: phone 01323 899405 email

Saturday 21st March

  • SAISONSCAPE - LANDSCAPE - Featuring RICHARD SKELTON. - DE LA WARR PAVILION, Bexhill on Sea Box Office 01424 229111
  • MIKE NICHOLSON - Mike brings a voice of 99% cocoa solids to a wide range of songs that tell stories & provoke thought, unaccompanied & with tasteful guitar. - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ. Details:- 01273 476757 or email
  • SEAFORD 20th ANNIVERSARY DANCE - SUSSEX FOLK ASSOCIATION. Details 01323 890759
  • O'HOOLEY & TIDOW - UNION MUSIC STORE PRESENTATIONS The ALL SAINTS CENTRE, Lewes.

Sunday 22nd March

  • CATHRYN CRAIG & BRIAN WILLOUGHBY - Cathryn Craig is from Virginia and has built a strong reputation as both performer and songwriter.She has sung with Chet Atkins, The Righteous Brothers, Shel Silverstein and Jorma Kaukonen.Her great-grandfather Jacob Sowder was recorded by Cecil Sharp and is featured in Sharp’s book English Folk Songs From The Southern Appalachians. Brian Willoughby is best known for his virtuoso performances on electric and acoustic guitar, with progressive folk/rock band Strawbs. - HORSHAM FOLK CLUB The Normandy Centre Denne Road.8pm Enquiries - 01403 251188 or 01306 875653

Monday 23rd March

  • IRISH SET DANCING - Every Monday 8 - 10.30pm All Welcome. No experience or partner needed - THE EMERALD CLUB Southgate Avenue, Crawley, RH10 6HG, Details:- 01273 747875 or email
  • PARTRIDGE FOLK - THE PARTRIDGE Partridge. Green. Details: 07768 934263 or email
  • SINGERS & MUSICIANS - CROYDON FOLK CLUB Ruskin House, 23 Coombe Road, Croydon. 8pm Enquiries - 020 8698 5322 or 0770 3210 795

Tuesday 24th March

  • CELLARFOLK SONG CLUB - ROUND GEORGES, Sutherland Road, Kemp Town, Brighton. Details 01273 509552
  • SINGERS NIGHT - THE SIX BELLS Chiddingly Enquiries - 01825 873337 or email

Wednesday 25th March

  • RUDE MECHANICALS - THE RED LION, Shoreham Details: 01273 452957 or 461950
  • SHOWCASE SPECIAL featuring PAUL & ANGELA and friends and CLJ - - Paul & Angela are well-known to Willows' attendees and fans of acoustic music throughout the south for their laid-back, "old-time" Americana style and lovely vocal harmonies, reminiscent of the Carter Family at their very best! They've consistently impressed audiences wherever they've played, and for this Showcase set will be joined on stage at various times by some of their musical friends, adding a whole new dimension to their sound. CLJ are a terrific trio playing a mixture of blues, 30's & 40's "swing", and even a hint of country music thrown in! The band showcase the combined talents of singer-guitarists Chris Janman and Peter Clifton with the double bass playing of Ian Llewellyn to create a warm, inviting sound comprising rock-solid musicianship. - WILLOWS FOLK CLUB, Arundel Football Club, Mill Road Every Wednesday at 8.00pm Details: 07790 511005
  • BRIGHTON SINGERS CLUB - The Pond, Gloucester Road, nr. Brighton Station Every Wednesday 9pm Phone 01273 692849 or 383056

Thursday 26th March

Friday 27th March

  • FAUSTUS - REVELATION,Ashford town centre
  • SOVEREIGN SEAS MARITIME FESTIVAL- SEAFORD FOLK CLUB , The British Legion, Claremont Road BN25 2BJ; Details: phone 01323 899405 email

Saturday 28th March

  • THE SOVEREIGN SEAS FOLK FESTIVAL - CHARLOTTE & SPONG * HARD PRESSED * HASTINGS SHANTY SINGERS * JOHN CAVE * JOHN MORGAN * MALCOLM WARD * STEVE & DIANE NEVILL * LONG MAN MORRIS * MARLINGS MORRIS - NEWHAVEN LIFEBOAT HOUSE, West Quay, BN9 9BT Tickets - email Details: 01323 484244
  • HEATHFIELD SPRING DANCE - BODLE STREET GREEN VILLAGE HALL SUSSEX FOLK ASSOCIATION. Details 01435 873551
  • BENNY GRAHAM, BARRIE & INGRID TEMPLE WORKSHOP: NORTH EAST SONGS DOWN THE GENERATIONS - *** This event at The Royal Oak, Station Street, Lewes BN7 2DA *** 10.45 a.m.- 4.45 p.m. Benny, Barrie & Ingrid bring their huge knowledge & splendid voices to the subject of Newcastle singing down the centuries, illuminating pre-industrial life, mining, sailing, shipbuilding, whaling, music hall & social comment with humour & passion. The living tradition of Newcastle song will be celebrated too. There will be plenty of songs to learn, hear & enjoy. - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ. Details:- 01273 476757 or email
  • BENNY GRAHAM, BARRIE & INGRID TEMPLE - *** This event at The Royal Oak, Station Street, Lewes BN7 2DA *** Barrie & Ingrid sing Barrie's own songs, many about Newcastle, in thrilling vocal harmony with guitar & English concertina. Benny has a big, beautiful voice & plays melodeon. He's an expert on Newcastle song traditions & has performed with Bob Fox, Jez Lowe & Billy Mitchell in 'The Pitmen Poets'. - LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB, Elephant and Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ. Details:- 01273 476757 or email
  • LINDA LEWIS - Support - LIZ SIMCOCK - GRAYSHOTT FOLK CLUB, Grayshott Village Hall, Headley Road, GU26 6TZ Details: 01428 604798
  • ANWA TEIXEIRA - Plus DANNI NICHOLS. - UNION MUSIC STORE PRESENTATIONS The ELEPHANT & CASTLE, Lewes.
  • JIGALOTS with caller FEE LOCK - MELTDOWN CEILIDHS, Clair Hall, Perrymount Road, Haywards Heath. Details: 01273 541453 or email

Sunday 29th March

  • THE SOVEREIGN SEAS FOLK FESTIVAL - CHARLOTTE & SPONG * HARD PRESSED * HASTINGS SHANTY SINGERS * JOHN CAVE * JOHN MORGAN * MALCOLM WARD * STEVE & DIANE NEVILL * LONG MAN MORRIS * MARLINGS MORRIS - NEWHAVEN LIFEBOAT HOUSE, West Quay, BN9 9BT Tickets - email Details: 01323 484244
  • CALLERS' WORKSHOP - PULBOROUGH VILLAGE HALL SUSSEX FOLK ASSOCIATION. Details 01293 536887

Monday 30th March

  • TIM IZZARD - THE WHITE HORSE Bodle St. Green Nr. Herstmonceax. Details: 01435 812201 or 01435 864271
  • OPEN FLOOR - Our open floor nights are an opportunity for anyone to try a song, a tune or a poem knowing they have a sympathetic audience, although there is no obligation to perform, and those who simply like to listen (and taste the excellent and inexpensive beer) are welcome. - HORSHAM FOLK CLUB The Normandy Centre Denne Road.8pm Enquiries - 01403 251188 or 01306 875653

Tuesday 31st March

  • CELLARFOLK SONG CLUB - ROUND GEORGES, Sutherland Road, Kemp Town, Brighton. Details 01273 509552
  • PIGGIE'S OPEN MIC ROOM - THE PIG & BUTCHER Five Ash Down, Uckfield Enquiries - 01825 765779

    To book a barn dance or ceilidh band for events in this area, contact The Sussex Pistols - email here or have a look at their website. Another great Success for The Sussex Pistols at The Corn Exchange in Brighton for their Valentine's Ceilidh. Book the band for your event now before all the dates go. They already have a number of bookings for prominent dates in 2016

    Credits

    This page has been produced by VIC SMITH, email here

    Most of the information is from the (paper) The Folk Diary , which is edited and produced by: Jim Marshall, 3 Chester Terrace, Brighton BN1 6GB (Tel/Fax: 01273 559750) and Vic Smith, 26 Ferrers Road, Lewes BN7 1PZ (Tel/Fax: 01273 478124) The Folk Diary is free and is available at most of the events listed here, plus information centres, libraries and tourist information offices. If you have difficulty in obtaining a copy, send an SAE to either Jim or Vic.

    Copy date for next issue of The Folk Diary:
    February 28th for the April/May 2015 issue.
    Next update of this page will be on March 19th 2015

 
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