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Laura Marling is taking part in a festive fundraising event for The Campaign Against Living Miserably

The gig will also host The Staves, Mystery Jets, Lewis Capaldi and Isaac Gracie.
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Published: 2:08 pm, November 07, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Laura Marling is taking part in a festive fundraising event for The Campaign Against Living Miserably

Laura Marling is taking part in a festive fundraising event for The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM).

The charity gig will see her perform at the Omeara on 16th November, with a parallel event headed up by comedian James Acaster taking place at Après London on the same night.

Tickets are now via a £5 ballot, with all funds going to CALM. All winners selected at random will be offered two tickets each. 

The full line-ups read:

CALM at Omeara
Laura Marling 
Bears Den
The Staves
Mystery Jets
Lewis Capaldi
Isaac Gracie

CALM at Après London

James Acaster

Stephen Bailey 

Sophie Duker
Pierre Novellie
Suzi Ruffell 
Jarlath Regan (MC)

Laura Marling is taking part in a festive fundraising event for The Campaign Against Living Miserably

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