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JJ Mars and Tim Atkins

I am performing with Tim Atkins this Saturday.

Camarade 61 - January Saturday 16th - 7pm - Free Entry - Apiary Studios: 460 Hackney Rd, E2 9EG

with: Lavinia Singer & Ella Frears - John Canfield & Joe Turrent - Simone Gilson & Claudia Juhre - Liddy Gilbert & James Caley - Maren Nygard & Eley Williams - Sarah Kelly & Iris Colomb - Prudence Chamberlain & I - Farhana Khatun & Freya Harwood Bond - Molly Bergin & Megan Haycock - Olga Kolesnikova & Richard Scott - Susie Campbell & Mike West - Keely Laufer & Emma Mackilligin - Julia Lewis & Annabel Banks - Clover Peake & Giovanna Coppola - Tim Atkins & JJ Mars


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