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Make a date with Morcheeba for things to do in London
Published: Thursday 21st of October 2010
If you're looking for the perfect musical evening in London, pencil October 23rd in your diary.
Trip hop band Morcheeba is set to entertain a very lucky crowd at the Roundhouse this weekend.
Churning out the best of their music, ranging from The Sea, Aqualung and Rome Wasn't Built in a Day, the band is set to take the audience out on an extraordinary musical experience.
Tickets for the event are priced at £25, while those interested in grabbing a seat can do so by paying a bit more.
The Roundhouse is also providing music lovers exclusive access to the venue's bar that overlooks the main performing space for an extra charge of £20.
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