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Monday, 24 November 2014

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Good manners from Bad Manners

Despite missing their gig at Workington’s Carnegie Theatre last Friday, the ska band Bad Manners kept some fans happy by signing autographs and posing for pictures.

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SORRY: Buster Bloodvessel, left, and Simon Collins, of Workington Conservative Club

RELATED: Bad Manners fail to turn up in time for gig

A motorway accident meant the band were more than four hours late arriving for their scheduled show at the Finkle Street venue.

The concert had to be cancelled but Simon Collins, a Bad Manners fan and vice-chairman of Workington Conservative Club, invited them to the club where around 80 disappointed fans went after the Carnegie closed.

The band apologised to the crowd and promised that they would return to the Carnegie Theatre to perform later this year.

 

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