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Gassy’s set for open mic takeover

Cathays’ musical hotspot Gassy Jacks’ weekly open mic night is set for a one-off shakeup as students from Cardiff University’s school of journalism descend upon it for a takeover on December 9. The event will be an opportunity for students and lecturers alike to showcase a whole variety of musical talents.

One of many regular open mic performers

Andrey Sukhorukov, one of many regular open mic performers

Jess Rayner, choir coordinator from the magazine journalism strand, remarked on the group’s progress, “We’ve just done a recruitment drive for more members. We have a few strong singers but we want a variety of different vocal talents to compliment our chosen songs.”

The Gassy Jack’s open mic night has been run for a number of years by the Live Music Society and attracts between eight and 20 performers every Tuesday.

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