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THSH and Foyles present JOHNNY MARR: Set The Boy Free

Friday 9th December 2016 8pm - 9:30pm Town Hall Literary Event

THSH and Foyles are proud to present an evening with musical legend, Johnny Marr.

From roaming the streets of Manchester to constantly pushing musical boundaries Johnny Marr’s new autobiography, Set the Boy Free, tells the story of one of the most influential guitarists and artists of all time. In a live interview Johnny will discuss his remarkable career, from the tumultuous years with The Smiths, to his later work with bands including The The, Electronic, Modest Mouse and The Cribs, and his critically acclaimed work as a solo artist.

Venue: Town Hall, Victoria Square, Birmingham B3 3DQ

Premium Tickets: £28 includes a signed copy of Johnny's book and best available seats.
Standard Tickets: £23 includes a copy of Johnny's book. 

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* Please note both premium and standard tickets will entitle you to a copy of Johnny’s book, Set The Boy Free, which can be collected from the Foyles stand at the event.


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