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Offline Vivienne

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Spring Tour
« on: Sunday, November 6 2011 08:10PM GMT-1 »
I see there are some new dates April and May

Offline Clare

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Re: Spring Tour
« Reply #1 on: Sunday, November 6 2011 09:08PM GMT-1 »
Oooh - great - the Wonderful Red Lion in Birmingham (although not so great now its Wednesday) and might be near exam time for D
+ the not so wonderful, but slightly nearer, Theatre Hafren in Newtown (mind you I think they are doing it up)

Offline Shelley

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Re: Spring Tour
« Reply #2 on: Sunday, November 6 2011 09:11PM GMT-1 »
Ooh, lots of lovely "up north" ones - I knew about the Trelawnyd one, but there are a few others I could get to as well.  Hurrah!
14th Jan - All Saints, Harrow Weald, 3rd Feb - Brewery Tap, Doncaster, 5th Feb - St Ninians, Chorlton, 25th March - Northwich Folk Club, 10th June - Knitted Character Folk Festival

Offline Anna

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Re: Spring Tour
« Reply #3 on: Sunday, November 6 2011 09:12PM GMT-1 »
Chipping Norton! Hurrah! Chippy theatre is lovely  :)
The hurrier I go, the behinder I get

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Re: Spring Tour
« Reply #4 on: Sunday, November 6 2011 09:23PM GMT-1 »
+ the not so wonderful, but slightly nearer, Theatre Hafren in Newtown (mind you I think they are doing it up)

The Theatre Hafren website says

"The fly tower addition has created an iconic building on the outskirts of Newtown, such that you can’t fail to miss us as you pass on the A486"

Let's hope the food has improved too

Offline Gower Flower

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Re: Spring Tour
« Reply #5 on: Sunday, November 13 2011 02:47AM GMT-1 »
Nothing in South Wales, sadly.  :(  Oh well, they can't be everywhere, after all.
All along and down a lea!

Upcoming gigs:
 
Cropredy, August 7 - 9
Simpson Cutting & Kerr, 23.09. Cardiff
10cc, 8th October, Swansea Grand Theatre
Show of Hands, Cardiff, November 20th
Bellowhead, Cardiff, 26 November

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Re: Spring Tour
« Reply #6 on: Saturday, December 3 2011 05:07PM GMT-1 »
Spalding?Spalding? even for lincolnshire thats the a**e end of nowhere:)

we'll be there though ;D

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Re: Spring Tour
« Reply #7 on: Thursday, December 22 2011 07:35PM GMT-1 »
Tickets just booked for Colchester in May. Nothing like being organised in advance! And we're bringing the friend what came to Bellowhead in Ipswich with us! I think we can safely say she has crossed to the dark side.... ;D

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Re: Spring Tour
« Reply #8 on: Wednesday, December 28 2011 02:33PM GMT-1 »
First S&B tickets for 2012 now purchased - Trelawnyd.  May do the night before too....
14th Jan - All Saints, Harrow Weald, 3rd Feb - Brewery Tap, Doncaster, 5th Feb - St Ninians, Chorlton, 25th March - Northwich Folk Club, 10th June - Knitted Character Folk Festival

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Re: Spring Tour
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday, January 25 2012 10:44AM GMT-1 »
Any news on the TBC Sheffield cathedral gig? much easier to get to than Spalding (not that i'm going on about that at all :))

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Re: Spring Tour
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday, January 25 2012 06:59PM GMT-1 »
I've got that one in my diary too - just in case!
14th Jan - All Saints, Harrow Weald, 3rd Feb - Brewery Tap, Doncaster, 5th Feb - St Ninians, Chorlton, 25th March - Northwich Folk Club, 10th June - Knitted Character Folk Festival

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Re: Spring Tour
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday, January 25 2012 10:45PM GMT-1 »
Oh Spalding the night after QEH - excellent - and through looking at the website it appears Spalding Folk Club looks like a real possibility on a regular basis - its only about 40 mins from home :-)

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Re: Spring Tour
« Reply #12 on: Thursday, January 26 2012 01:23PM GMT-1 »
oops - I seem to have booked tickets in Row D for Spalding - and the lovely lady on the phone told me that they've taken rows A&B out "for dancing" and haven't sold Row C - due to aforementioned possible dancing - now that sounds like an enlightened venue!  And I'm going there to the folk club next Wednesday to see Ewan McLennan - huzzah I might have finally found a folk club I can join  ;D :aemo_spibodjmp: :aemo_spibodjmp: :aemo_sdnce:

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Re: Spring Tour
« Reply #13 on: Saturday, January 28 2012 08:27PM GMT-1 »
I take it all back- there are obviously people who can get to Spalding :):)

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Re: Spring Tour
« Reply #14 on: Saturday, January 28 2012 08:40PM GMT-1 »
Where exactly are you?  And which River is it?  We live literally on the Great Ouse.