‘TOP QUALITY ENTERTAINMENT… A GOOD NIGHT OUT… THE BEST EVENTS COMING TO A SPACE NEAR YOU.’ THE GUARDIAN The Lincolnshire Rural & Community Touring Network helps volunteer promoter groups bring rural communities together to enjoy high-quality, entertaining and affordable professional live theatre, music, dance and family shows at a wide range of community venues, from village halls, to churches, to schools. Tickets are sold locally. For show information, ticket prices and to book, please call the local promoter directly on the telephone number below each show listing. Ticket prices range from £3 - £15. Many of the shows featured are suitable for family audiences and age recommendations are provided for guidance. Disability access. All venues have a commitment to access for disabled people; many have full access and a range of facilities, and others are working towards this goal. For venue and access information, please visit: liveandlocal.org.uk All brochure details are correct at the time of going to print, but please check the website for any changes. Please note that provision of refreshments varies between venues and some may be unable to serve alcohol. Please check when booking tickets.
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THE AFTER HOURS QUINTET IN CONCERT
SPILTMILK DANCE BLAST FROM THE PAST A fast-paced, laugh out loud dance performance / gameshow celebrating seven decades of British pop culture, jam-packed with chart hits to remember, and fads and fashions to forget. Fun-fuelled entertainment; sheer, unserious delight.
‘Has you feeling nostalgic, singing along, laughing out loud… dance but not dance.’ Derby Telegraph Ages: 10+ Fri 20 Jan 7.30pm South Scarle Community Centre NG23 7JH 01636 892 003 Sat 18 Mar 7.30pm Morton Village Hall PE10 0NR 01778 570 370 Sat 25 Mar 7.30pm Market House, Long Sutton PE12 9DD 01406 366 767
A superb night of beautiful, good-time vintage jazz evoking the speakeasy sounds of the Roaring 20's, and ranging from irresistible Django Reinhardt hot-jazz to Duke Ellington swing classics. Ages: 10+ Fri 20 Jan 7.30pm North Thoresby Village Hall DN36 5QL 01472 840 068 Sun 22 Jan 7.30pm Heydour Parish Hall, Aisby NG32 3NE 01529 455 501
ASHLEY HUTCHINGS FROM PSYCHEDELIA TO SONNETS: A LIFE IN WORDS AND MUSIC 'The Guv'nor of British folk-rock' chronicles his extraordinary life and illustrious career through lyrics, poems, writings and song, supported by the 'superb' (MOJO Magazine) violinist-singer Ruth Angell (Rainbow Chasers). In this special 'spoken word and music' show Ashley shares the stories behind his wordsmithery, his many theatre projects, and his co-founding of pioneering legends Fairport Convention, Steeleye Span and the Albion Band. ★★★★ The Guardian
‘An inspired work from start to finish, full of fascinating twists and turns. Very English, very essential.’
BLAIR DUNLOP IN CONCERT Son of Fairport Convention icon Ashley Hutchings, this hugely talented Radio 2 Folk Award-winning singer-guitarist performs an intimate set of popular folk songs and critically acclaimed originals.
‘Powerful lyrics and accomplished guitar work (confirm) his place as a leading figure in modern folk music.’ The Telegraph ★★★★
‘An exciting glimpse of where ‘tradition’ folk rock might go.’ Q Magazine Ages: 12+ Sat 21 Jan 7.45pm
Harmston Memorial Hall LN5 9SN
01522 722 462 01522 722 919 Fri 27 Jan 7.30pm
Sat 21 Jan 7.30pm
Fulstow Village Hall LN11 0XG
Coddington Village Hall NG24 2PN
01507 363 682
01636 701 013
Fri 03 Mar 7.30pm Broadbent Theatre, Wickenby LN3 5AW 0300 400 0101
SARAH MOULE FEMMES FATALE: SONGS FOR SCARLET WOMEN
KEPOW THEATRE SEVEN AGES Mixing fast-paced visual storytelling and characterful masks, this hilarious, heartwarming improv comedytheatre follows Shakespeare's seven ages of man from birth to growing old (disgracefully). ★★★★★
‘Excellent, a must see show!’ The Times
With superb torch songs and pithy 'bad girl' stories this is a celebration of the 'fatal woman' in all her feisty glory. A classy set by a stylish voice and piano duo brings life to the 1950s New York late-night club jazz of Cole Porter, Stephen Sondheim, et al. ★★★★★
‘Cool, elegant, immaculate.’ The Observer
‘Excellent… a fine voice and a great talent.’ BBC Radio 2 Ages: 14+
‘Amazing! If you liked ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ you'll love this!’ Edinburgh Herald ★★★★
‘Hilarious and heartwarming... a show that can be funny one minute and poignant the next.’ The Scotsman Ages: 6+ Sat 21 Jan 7.30pm Market House, Long Sutton PE12 9DD 01406 366 767
Sun 22 Jan 7.30pm Tennyson d'Eyncourt Memorial Hall, Tealby LN8 3XU 01673 838 718 Sun 28 May 7.30pm Ropsley Village Hall NG33 4BN 01476 585 739
THE URBAN FOLK QUARTET IN CONCERT
HEADS SOUTH IN CONCERT
Four brilliant musicians and a dozen instruments come together in an electrifying show of big-hearted, globallyinfluenced acoustic music that has taken the international festival scene by storm.
A dazzling set from a superb jazz quintet brimming with infectious high-energy grooves and distinctive melodies à la Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club. Weaving cool Latin rhythms with Cuban cha-cha vibes, enthralling originals with beloved classics, this is exhilarating, heartfelt and a whole lot of fun.
‘Fans of ambitious folk should check this out rousing… interesting… engaging.’ The Telegraph
‘Impeccable… they play with a real feel and spirit for the music.’ The Times
‘An emotionally-charged, sizzling hot ensemble.’ Songlines Magazine Ages: 8+ Thu 26 Jan 7.30pm Rampton Village Hall DN22 0JU 01427 881 582 Sat 28 Jan 7.30pm Hemingby Village Hall LN9 5QQ 01507 578 695
‘Spare, crisp, invigorating Latin jazz... outstanding.’ The Observer Ages: 10+ Fri 03 Feb 7.30pm Terry O'Toole Theatre, North Hykeham LN6 9AX 01522 883 311 Sat 04 Feb 7.30pm Mareham-Le-Fen Village Hall PE22 7RW 01507 568 651
GINNY DAVIS LEARNED FRIENDS
GREENMATTHEWS A BRIEF HISTORY OF MUSIC A glorious and evocative melting pot of 600 years of Western music from the Middle Ages to the 20th century: an evening of huge entertainment peppered with wit, period finery and earthy olde worlde instrumentation. Ages: 8+ GreenMatthews formerly known as Blast From The Past.
A beautifully crafted, atmospheric and truly captivating courtroom drama with echoes of Twelve Angry Men and the BBC's Silk, lifting the shroud of secrecy surrounding the moral quandaries and machinations of a high-stakes criminal trial.
‘A fascinating insight into criminal proceedings.’ Coventry Telegraph Ages: 16+ Sat 04 Feb 7.30pm West Deeping Village Hall PE6 9HP 01778 380 197 Sun 05 Mar 7.30pm
Sat 04 Feb 7.30pm
Hemswell & Harpswell Village Hall, Hemswell DN21 5UL
Skegness Grammar School PE25 2QS
01427 668 418
01754 765 645
Sat 06 May 7.30pm Broadbent Theatre, Wickenby LN3 5AW 0300 400 0101 Sun 07 May 7pm Caistor Town Hall LN7 6QU 01472 851 075
ALAW IN CONCERT Great music by a very special acoustic trio that celebrates the Welsh folk tradition; a joyful brew of breath-taking airs, eminently danceable Celtic jigs and delightful traditional song.
‘Named after the Welsh name for melody, this band of acoustic wizards produce one heck of a rollicking blast of foot stomping Celtic glory… an intoxicating blend of beautiful music that does wonders for the wider appreciation of traditional Welsh music.’
MSFITS THEATRE WOMEN ON THE VERGE OF A T-JUNCTION Acclaimed playwright Rona Munro (Royal Shakespeare Company, National Theatre) and awardwinning actor Fiona Knowles showcase their considerable talents with this warm-hearted, often poignant, one-woman observational comedy. Centred on three very different women whose lives become as entangled as their car bumpers following a minor accident, this sharp, witty and well-constructed show is performed with abundant energy and hilarious physical comedy.
‘A performance that is firmly in the driving seat.’
Edinburgh Evening News
Thu 09 Feb 7.30pm St Martin's Church, Welton le Wold, Louth LN11 0QT 01507 603 178
‘Strong witty subject… (one of the) funniest and most attractive dramas around.’ The Scotsman Ages: 12+ Sun 12 Feb 7pm Caistor Town Hall LN7 6QU 01472 851 075
KEL ELLIOT & HER THREE MAN ORCHESTRA TRUTH AND TALL TALES As seen at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival BBC Introducing stage, with Jamie Cullum and Jo Whiley.
SHIFTING SANDS THEATRE THE KING LEAR
Uplifting, genre-leaping songs from a rousing quartet led by a sassy double-bass playing singer-songwriter with a rich and powerful voice. Quality live music by rising stars championed by Grammy award-winning jazz-pop artist Jamie Cullum. Everyone goes home happy.
Giving a modern comedic twist to Shakespeare's popular tragedy, this acclaimed clown theatre sets the action in a pub in the here and now, with pub landlord as king. A compellingly inventive retelling mixing slapstick and pathos with warm humour, this is a marvellously fun night.
Madeleine Peyroux (BBC Jazz Awards Best International Artist)
The King Lear is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Ages: 12+ Sat 25 Feb 7.30pm Fri 24 Feb 7.30pm Nettleton Village Hall LN7 6AA 01673 828 478 Sat 25 Feb 7.30pm North & South Wheatley Village Hall DN22 9DL 01427 880 758
Harmston Memorial Hall LN5 9SN 01522 722 462 01522 722 919 Fri 03 Mar 7.30pm Leadenham Hall LN5 0QB 01400 272 835 Sun 05 Mar 7.30pm Heydour Parish Hall, Aisby NG32 3NE 01529 455 501
ROVING CROWS IN CONCERT
GRAMOPHONES THEATRE WANDERLUST
Best Live Act, Spiral Earth Music Awards 2014
An enchanting and heartfelt story about stories, presenting true tales - collected at mobile libraries and residential homes - of people's ordinary and extraordinary physical and emotional journeys through life. With a wonderful mix of emotive live folk songs, puppetry, projection and dance, genuinely touching stories and inventive silliness, this utterly delightful storytelling show inspires smiles and surreptitious tears in equal measure.
The next folk-rock supergroup in waiting, this Anglo-Irish band boasts uncommonly exhilarating music, filled brimful with inspired lyrics and rollicking melodies. Its powerful, high-energy live shows make this an utterly fantastic must-see act. ★★★★ Financial Times
‘Just pure musical energy. Tight rhythms, great on-stage personality, proper up-on-the-tableskicking-over-the-beerglasses fun-time music… genuinely the next big thing on the folk scene.’ BBC Music Ages: 10+ Sun 26 Feb 7pm Langrick Village Hall PE22 7AN 07794 507 773
‘Brilliant stories… amazing.’ Derby Telegraph Ages: 8+ Thu 02 Mar 7.30pm Uffington Village Hall PE9 4SN 01780 239 463 Fri 03 Mar 7.30pm West Deeping Village Hall PE6 9HP 01778 380 197 Sat 04 Mar 7.30pm Ingham & Cammeringham Village Hall LN1 2XT 01522 731 816
NEW PERSPECTIVES THEATRE THE GIANT JAM SANDWICH VICKI SWAN & JONNY DYER SMÖRGÅSBALLAD An irresistible miscellany of beautiful folk songs and storytelling from the land of the midnight sun, performed with sparkling humour, gorgeous voices and wonderfully strange traditional Swedish instrumentation.
‘Exhilarating… (a) charismatic duo showcasing their unassuming all-round musicianship and versatility, a gentle brand of virtuosity where they have no need to prove themselves.’ fRoots Magazine
One of the most loved children's picture books brought to life on stage to enthral a new generation. One hot summer's day, four million noisy, nasty wasps invade the quiet village of Itching Down, stinging all about them. Follow the villagers in their giant sandwich-making plan to defeat the wasps and save the day. Superbly funny and clever this enchanting production is everything children's theatre should be.
‘Top notch.’ The Guardian Ages: 3-6 New Perspectives Theatre is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Ages: 8+ Sat 04 Mar 4pm Sat 04 Mar 8pm Braceborough Village Hall PE9 4NT 01778 560 417
St Peter & St Paul's Church, Belchford LN9 6LQ 01507 533 514 01507 533 322 Thu 09 Mar 7pm Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Horncastle LN9 5AD 01507 522 465
• North & South Wheatley • Grasby
• CAISTOR • Nettleton
Welton le Wold•
• RETFORD • Ingham
• South Leverton • Rampton
• Sturton by Stow
• South Clifton
• HORNC •
• NORTH HYKEHAM
• South Scarle • Harmston
• North Muskham • Winthorpe
Ashby de la Launde •
• Langr • Ewerby
• Carlton Scroop
• Great Hale
• Heydour • GRANTHAM • Ropsley
• Morton • Swayfield
• Braceborough Uffington •
• West Deeping
Lincolnshire Rural & Community Touring is supported by:
North Thoresby • Fulstow
• Toynton All Saints
•• LONG SUTTON
RABBIT THEATRE THE ODYSSEY A hugely enjoyable solo show performed by an immensely talented actor (and first class fool). David Mynne (Kneehigh Theatre) delightfully brings Homer's epic poem to life, with great skill, outstanding comic timing, brilliant selfmade sound effects and a handful of home-made props. A superb show; charming, funny, beautifully told.
‘A terrific blend of mesmerising acting and delightfully daft drama… faultless.’
THE BROONZIES NORTH EAST TO WILD WEST This outstanding Britfolk 'supergroup' - Roger Wilson, Ian Thompson, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards winner Maggie Holland and Folk Awards nominees Jez Lowe and Chris Parkinson - plays rootsy folk steeped in old-time Americana. Reflective and exuberant by turns, it's a wonderful night of heartfelt music with a tangible sense of musicians having a lot of fun. Jez Lowe:
‘The best singer songwriter to come out of the UK for a long time.’
The Odyssey is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
‘The proof that outstanding contemporary songs are still being written.’
Thu 09 Mar 7.30pm
Coddington Village Hall NG24 2PN
01636 701 013 Sun 12 Mar 7.30pm
Fri 10 Mar 7.30pm
Tennyson d'Eyncourt Memorial Hall, Tealby LN8 3XU
North Muskham Rural Community Centre NG23 6HD
01673 838 718
07792 970 841
HOLY MOLY & THE CRACKERS IN CONCERT This wild and carnivalesque seven-piece from the Bohemian Quarter of Newcastle blurs the boundaries of folk, gypsy and rock music with its truly terrific sound. Mixing powerhouse story-songs with foot-stomping rhythms this band has more than a touch of magic to it.
‘A rousing and captivating sound… a raucous twenty first century hoe-down.’ Yorkshire Times Ages: 10+ Fri 24 Mar 7pm
BOX TALE SOUP MANALIVE! This award-winning puppet company brings to vibrant and cheerfully eccentric life GK Chesterton's strange yet irresistibly life-affirming tale of a dreary boarding house and its bored, brooding tenants, shaken by the arrival of a mysterious stranger. A masterful piece of storytelling, with beautifully hand crafted puppets, delicious wordplay and stunning original folk(ish) music. An uplifting, intelligent and emotive triumph. ★★★★ The Stage
‘Wonderful.’ The Times
Toynton Village Hall PE23 5AJ 01790 754 020 Sun 26 Mar 7.30pm Ropsley Village Hall NG33 4BN 01476 585 739
Ages: 12+ Fri 24 Mar 8pm Alford Corn Exchange LN13 9EB 01507 463 666 Sat 25 Mar 7.30pm Grasby Village Hall DN38 6AP 01652 628 506 Sun 26 Mar 7pm Caistor Town Hall LN7 6QU 01472 851 075
RAG MAMA RAG IN CONCERT Classic 1920s and 30s acoustic down-home goodtime blues, ragtime and jug band music by one of Europe's finest country-folk blues duos. Timeless music, in exceptionally full and hard driving performances.
BADAPPLE THEATRE EDDIE AND THE GOLD TOPS
A masterclass in musicalcomedy, this joyous, nostalgic, feel-good tale follows the meteoric rise of a hard-working village milkman to stardom during the 1963 pop revolution. Chronicled with wit and invention, and with enjoyably stylish original songs and music by BBC Folk Awards nominee Jez Lowe, this charming show is sprinkled with irresistibly funny satire and delivered with a knowing wink.
Fri 31 Mar 7.30pm
Frampton Village Hall PE20 1AR
Tue 04 Apr 7.30pm
‘Outstanding.’ Blues in Britain Magazine
01205 722 880 Sat 01 Apr 7.30pm
St Paul's Baptist Church Hall, Skegness PE25 3HY
Mareham-Le-Fen Village Hall PE22 7RW
01754 765 645
01507 568 651 Sun 02 Apr 7.30pm
South Scarle Community Centre NG23 7JH
Crowland Abbey PE6 0EN
01636 892 003
0333 666 3366
Thu 06 Apr 7.30pm
Wed 05 Apr 7.30pm
Fulstow Village Hall LN11 0XG 01507 363 682 Fri 07 Apr 7.30pm North & South Wheatley Village Hall DN22 9DL 01427 880 758
THE BUDAPEST CAFE ORCHESTRA IN CONCERT Infectious and impassioned Eastern European gypsy folk, heart-rending ballads and fiery dances delivered by a quartet of Britain's most revered international musicians, as nattily behatted as befits any strolling gypsy band.
ZOE GILBY QUARTET IN CONCERT This nationally-renowned, immensely talented and spirited jazz vocalist is joined by her commanding band for an adventurous blend of new music, familiar classics and contemporary covers. An evening of sheer enjoyment.
‘Fiery vivacity and awe-inspiring musicianship.’
‘Sparkling… an exuberant singer whose lively personality comes across on every song.’
Ages: 7+ Wed 05 Apr 7.30pm
Courtney Pine, BBC Radio 2
Minting Village Hall LN9 5SB 01507 578 755 Thu 06 Apr 7.30pm Ludford Village Hall LN8 6AJ
Ages 15+ Fri 07 Apr 7.30pm
01507 313 335
Terry O'Toole Theatre, North Hykeham LN6 9AX
Fri 07 Apr 8pm
01522 883 311
Alford Corn Exchange LN13 9EB
Sun 09 Apr 7.30pm
01507 463 666
Ewerby Reading Room NG34 9PJ
Sat 08 Apr 7.30pm
01529 461 926
South Clifton Coronation Hall NG23 7BG 01522 778 587
SERIOUSKITCHEN THE WHISPERING ROAD
GRAFFITI CLASSICS IN CONCERT
A spellbinding folk trio, including Nick Hennessey, one of the UK's top performance storytellers, seamlessly weaves thrilling music with the vivid imagery of Scandinavian myths and stories. Fantastic family entertainment.
A comedy cabaret of exquisitely good music from a sensational, all-singing, all-dancing, string quartet. With virtuosic talent, cheek and wit, this is top-class entertainment to make you smile.
‘A simply wonderful show.’
‘Finely honed and earthy vocals, candid lyricism, and vivid traditional ballads… captivating.’
‘A cabaret that will leave you wanting more.’
BBC Radio 2 Ages: 8+
‘A terrific quartet – the fab four earned themselves a standing ovation with a scintillating repertoire.’
Sat 08 Apr 7.30pm
Broadbent Theatre, Wickenby LN3 5AW
0300 400 0101 Sun 09 Apr 7.30pm Hemingby Village Hall LN9 5QQ 01507 578 695
Fri 21 Apr 7.30pm North Thoresby Village Hall DN36 5QL 01472 840 068
OPERA DUDES MISSION IMPROBABLE No ordinary double act, this wonderful duo rip up the rule book with a classy mix of opera, swing, show tunes and slapstick humour. Bringing formidable voices and a great deal of self-deprecating charm to a truly eclectic repertoire ranging from Verdi to Elvis, this is a gem of entertainment.
‘Conspicuously skilful performers… exhilarating.’ The Guardian
THE OXFORD CONCERT PARTY IN CONCERT Six lively, entertaining and mould-breaking musicians take 300 years of music from around the world (and from Baroque to tango) and infuse it with offbeat humour, passion and pathos. With its rich and vibrant sounds this is an unforgettable show.
‘A decidedly unstuffy bunch of superb musicians… look out for them whenever your spirits need a lift.’
Fri 21 Apr 7.30pm
Winthorpe Community Centre NG24 2NL
Sun 23 Apr 7pm
01636 671 673
Sturton by Stow Village Hall LN1 2AE 01427 788 524 Thu 11 May 7.30pm The Storehouse, Skegness PE25 1BY 01754 765 645
AMADOU DIAGNE & GROUP YAKAR IN CONCERT A colourful, energetic and highly original musical mix of the traditional and new, Western and West African from a charismatic Senegalese singer-guitarist-drummer and some of the UK's top worldmusicians. From joyous, up-tempo numbers to soaring heart-tugging ballads, this is a startlingly good show.
‘Sensational!’ fRoots Magazine ★★★★ Financial Times ★★★★ Songlines Magazine Ages: 5+
THE REMI HARRIS PROJECT IN CONCERT As seen on the BBC Late Night Jamie Cullum Prom 2016. This sensationally gifted guitarist and his superb band perform traditional gypsy jazz and swing, infused with influences from bebop, blues, rock and world music. Seriously good.
‘An incredible guitarist... I'm absolutely blown away by his talent… amazing.’ Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2 Ages: 10+ Fri 05 May 7.30pm Crowland Abbey PE6 0EN 0333 666 3366
Supported by Live & Local Friends.
Sat 06 May 7.30pm
Fri 28 Apr 7.30pm
Mareham-Le-Fen Village Hall PE22 7RW
Nettleton Village Hall LN7 6AA
01507 568 651
01673 828 478
Sun 07 May 7.30pm Hale Magna Village Hall, Great Hale NG34 9LH 01529 460 307
THE DEAD SECRETS HICKORY DICKORY MURDER BOB FOX WARHORSE IN SONG Stunning music from the multi-award winning smash hit adaptation of Michael Morpurgo's War Horse by the West End show's 'songman'. A northern folk music legend and one of the finest exponents of storytelling through song, this twice nominated BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Singer Of The Year couples a magnificent voice, virtuoso guitar and lovely melodeon work to gorgeous Class A songs.
Award-winning comedy adventurers gently send up the golden age of detective novels with a delightful improv murder mystery. Brimful with untrustworthy characters, implausible plot twists and unbelievable conclusions all based on suggestions from the audience - this is a fast, funny and completely unique performance every time.
‘Surrender to the madness.’ The List Ages: 10+
★★★★★ Manchester Evening News
Fri 12 May 7.30pm
01476 550 909
Swayfield Village Hall NG33 4LQ Sat 13 May 7pm
Sat 06 May 7.30pm North Muskham Rural Community Centre NG23 6HD 07792 970 841 Thu 11 May 7.30pm Ashby de la Launde Village Hall LN4 3JG 01526 322 571
Skirbeck St Nicholas Community Hall, Boston PE21 0DJ 01205 354 687
PEACOCK ANGELL TRIO IN CONCERT A superb set of wonderfully eclectic music coloured by country, blues, jazz and folk. The beautiful vocals and spirited fiddle of Ruth Angell – best-known as a member of Ashley Hutchings' Rainbow Chasers – are matched all the way by the dextrous guitar of Sid Peacock and Steve Tromans' thrilling piano. ★★★★ Financial Times
‘A storming set… mesmeric.’ BBC Music
‘Absolutely amazing… scintillating.’ Maverick Magazine
TRAVELLING BY TUBA FAREWELL TOUR This multi-instrument extravaganza by one of the UK's most successful classical music duos mixes wonderful musicianship, sheer silliness and cheeky audience rapport in a set packed full of quirky musical gems ranging from classical to jazz. Exhilarating and utterly irresistible.
‘Experts who really get their enjoyment of music across.’ The Times
Ages: 12+ Sat 13 May 7.30pm St Martin's Church, Welton le Wold, Louth LN11 0QT 01507 603 178
‘Something special.’ Classical Music Magazine Ages: 6+ Sat 20 May 7.30pm Heydour Parish Hall, Aisby NG32 3NE 01529 455 501
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