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Shoulda Brought a Sweater Fest

Alli Walker
8:30 p.m. , Friday December 21 | $10.

 The Mark and Friends' benefit show is back and better than ever. This year, Christmas is threatened by the end of the Mayan calendar, and only you have the power to save both the spirit of Christmas and the world. There will be music, comedy, introspection, crude humor, and explosions. A portion of each ticket goes to help out the Red Cross, so get yours soon. 



Where: Ludlow Theatre
Phone: 513-288-0938
Address: 322 Elm St.
Website: www.facebook.com/ludlowtheatre

Ludlow Theatre

322 Elm St.
Ludlow, Kentucky
41016
 
Built in 1946, the Ludlow Theatre Historic Restoration is the home of Circus Mojo and is becoming a bustling live entertainment destination.
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