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The Last Working Day Of The Month: Issue 128

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(MJ Hibbett & The Validators FACT, October 30th 2015)

Hello all, and welcome to this AUTUMNAL edition of the newsletter. We've got SHOWS, PODCASTS and SOLO PROJECTS to talk about this time, so let's get to it!

Thursday 5 November - The King & Queen, London
Totally Acoustic with NJ Hibbett (and Lin), Ivor Game and ĦAy Carmela!

Sunday 8 November - The Bloomsbury Theatre (studio), London
Recording Hey Hey 16K at The Go Faster Festival, also featuring Bec Hill, Gavin Osborn and Simon Munnery.
Tickets available HERE:

Saturday 14 November - The Centre for Computing History, Cambridge
Hey Hey 16K as part of A Retro Gaming Night For Alli.
Details and tickets HERE:

Check for more information.

This year's 'Hey Hey 16K' touring comes to an end at The Centre for Computing History in a couple of weeks, but we'll be back in February for our traditional appearance at The Leicester Comedy Festival. There'll hopefully be a couple more gigs around then too and, all being well, a live recording of the whole show from Go Faster Stripe!

Next week's Totally Acoustic show has a GRATE line up, with NJ Hibbett (and Lin), ĦAy Carmela! and Ivor Game. Meanwhile last month's show, with Ben Cosh, David Callahan and Steve Lamcacq, was a RIGHT cracker, as you can hear for yourself HERE:

Last night Mr R Collins at The Snug in Derby sent us the first mixes of our new album, which all Validators will be listening to over the next few days and, doubtless, providing Valuable Feedback as we go through these EXCITING final phases of recording. With any luck it'll all be over by Christmas and then we can prepare to MANUFACTURE!

The current series of The Dredge/Hibbett Conunundrum is drawing to a close, with our penultimate video seeing "The History of The World in 2,786,402 Items" take a look at The Internet:

All of our videos are available at our YouTube channel or Facebook page - there's a whole heap of stuff there, have a look!

Our own, our very own, Francis Albert Machine has FINALLY finished his latest album "Frankie Machine Has Been Shipwrecked On A Desert Island" and it is BRILLIANT. Anyone who's enjoyed his appearances on the Totally Acoustic podcast will be glad to know that recorded versions of HITS such as 'How Great Thou Art' and 'Cheap Shots At The Bless' are FINALLY available. It's totally GRATE and I strongly suggest you get yourself a copy, HERE:

And I think that's more than enough for this time - thanks for listening and see you next month!



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