The Real People, The Cheap Thrills: Shankly Hotel, Liverpool

Published on Sat May 18, 2019 by

Super gig a few evenings back with The Real People and support from The Cheap Thrills. Amazing location as well, Shankly Hotel rooftop. Superb views across the city as the a beautiful day ends. Photos - enjoy and please give this page a share - thanks.

The Cheap Thrills gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Cheap Thrills gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Cheap Thrills gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Cheap Thrills gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Cheap Thrills gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Cheap Thrills gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Cheap Thrills gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Cheap Thrills gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Cheap Thrills gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Real People gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Real People gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Real People gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Real People gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Real People gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Real People gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Real People gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

The Real People gig Shankly Hotel Rooftop

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