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February 2021
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Laura Marling will play this year’s BBC Proms

Laura will perform live from the Royal Albert Hall on September 6th
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Published: 3:41 pm, August 06, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Laura Marling will play this year’s BBC Proms

Laura Marling has been announced as one of the performers at this year’s BBC Proms

Marking the first time that every single Proms event will be broadcast and available to watch, Laura will be taking the stage on September 6th - performing live from the Royal Albert Hall and accompanied by producer Rob Moose and the 12 Ensemble string group.

It comes as yet another big slice of news for Laura Marling over the past few months, with this year’s acclaimed ‘Songs For Our Daughters’ recently announced as part of the 2020 Mercury Prize shortlist. The winner will be revealed on September 24th

For further details of this year’s BBC Proms, head here

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