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The show must go on

THE show goes on for an entertainment duo who are trekking across South Cumbria – despite one half of the act being taken to hospital during their epic tour.

Have you seen the guys perform? Are you looking forward to them coming to your town? Have your say with the comment box below

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Just seen the Vagabonds at Kirkby-In-Furness tonight. They were superb. Setting was perfect, performing in a corner of the cricket field in front of St Cuthbert's Church on a sunny (if cold) evening, to an audience of more than 50 locals, including a group of Brownies. The Vagabonds deserve a medal for their three-week walking journey through Furness and South Cumbria. Great advert for the area with their local stories, songs and humour. Askam and Dalton performances on Saturday before their homecoming on Sunday. Come on Barrow, let's give them a fitting homecoming to Barrow Park.

Posted by jon on 20 May 2011 at 20:02

Fantastic-went to watch them at Broughton tonight, their enthusiasm and talent shone through, my 10 year old really enjoyed it and all the stories and songs were excellent. Hope they have a dry journey home and that lots of people welcome them back to Barrow.

Posted by Rachel Sheard on 19 May 2011 at 21:33

Looks like this will be a great tour. I wish I could have been there for the kick off at Piel, but am looking forward to catching some of the upcoming performances along the way. Great interview with the lads on Radio Cumbria on Tuesday morning. Sounds like they're having fun despite the frosty starts! Fantastic to see local talent on local turf!

Posted by Christina Rose Howker on 4 May 2011 at 12:38

What a lovely idea, I would love to be on Piel watching them perform, but Spain is a bit far away, sorry.

Posted by Hazel White on 4 May 2011 at 07:58

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