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Thursday, July 31

• Karaoke, Guys and Dolls, Douglas.

• Ramsey Folk Club, Mitre Hotel, Ramsey, 8pm-11pm.

• Karaoke with Ray Sloane at the Saddle Inn, Douglas.

• Guitar lessons at the meeting room, Archibald Knox, Onchan, 5.45pm-6.45pm.

• Alternative Havana, Fiesta Havana, Douglas. Also, Friday - Full On Fridays.

Friday, August 1

• Houghton Weavers at the Centenary Centre, Peel. Tickets £15. Also Saturday.

• Little Miss Dynamite at the Station, Port St Mary.

• Dickie at the Whitehouse, Peel.

• Ian Thompson at the Horse and Plough, Braddan.

• DJ Tim, Second Venue, 21 Victoria Street, Douglas, 8pm. Also Saturday.

• Karaoke at the Albert, Douglas, 9pm.

• Irish traditional music session at The Mitre, Ramsey, 9pm.

• Kiaull as Gaelg at the Albert, Port St Mary, 9pm.

• Open Mic Night at Café Laare, Douglas, 7pm-9.30pm.

Saturday, August 2

• Little Miss Dynamite at the Mitre, Ramsey.

• Dickie at the Manor, Willaston.

• Ian Thompson at the Haven, Port Erin.

• Joshua T Whalebone’s music night, Promenade Suite, Villa Marina, Douglas. Free entry until 9pm, £5 afterwards.

• Manx music session, the Whitehouse, Peel, 10pm.

• Karaoke with Dobbo at the Decks, Liverpool Arms, Baldrine.

• Karaoke at the Central Hotel, Ramsey.

Sunday, August 3

• Shoh Slaynt at Peel Carnival, Weatherglass Corner, 4.30-5.30pm.

• Douglas Town Band, Villa Marina Gardens, Douglas, 3pm.

• Choral Evensong, St German’s Cathedral, Peel, 3.30pm.

• Music Box with David Castro at Guys and Dolls, Douglas.

• Karaoke at the British, Douglas.

• Karaoke at The Crescent, Queen’s Promenade, Douglas, 8pm.

• Disco Fever at Macbeth’s, Second Venue, Douglas, 10pm-2am.

Tuesday, August 5

• Onchan Silver Band, Villa Marina Arcade, Douglas, 8pm.

• Manx Youth Orchestra, St German’s Cathedral, 7.45pm–8.45pm.

• Acoustic sing-around, the Manor, Willaston, 8.30pm.

• Rock Choir, Youth Arts Centre, Kensington Road, Douglas, 6pm.

Wednesday, August 6

• Karaoke at the British, Douglas.

• Irish Music session at O’Donnell’s, Douglas, 8.30pm.

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