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Félicien Brut & Thibaut Garcia: Accordion & Guitar at Portico

Portico of Ards, Steel Dickson Avenue, Portaferry, County Down, BT22 1LE
a photo of two men walking through a street holding an accordian and a guitar

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THIS CONCERT ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR 19 FEB 2022 HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO SAT 28 MAY at 7.30pm. All existing tickets remain valid for the new date. You may request a refund if you prefer by emailing Lizzie@porticoards.com

Thibaut Garcia and Félicien Brut met by chance, almost by accident. They got along immediately and a common, musical idea was born. France, Spain and South America, fertile lands for their respective instruments, symbolic lands of their personal journeys, inspired them with this programme, and made them want to tell a story together: their story.

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