Disco for Christmas lights

10:57 22 January 2013

disco at the pavilion

disco at the pavilion

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Exmouth’s ’70s and ’80s DJ, Buddy Holly, will be at the Pavilion on February 9, from 8pm to late, to entertain you and take you on a trip down memory lane.

The event is being organised by the Exmouth Christmas lights appeal to raise funds, so, be prepared for an unforgettable time with all of your favourite ’70s and ’80s tracks. Dress to impress. Pull out your favourite dance wear and put on your dancing shoes to dance the night away! Tickets are limited, so buy now to avoid disappointment! Advance price: £8.50 (buy online at www.ledtickets.co.uk or at the Pavilion Ticket Office). On the door price: £10.50 subject to availability.

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