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Offline DavidG

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Re: April 2015 tour
« Reply #15 on: Thursday, November 20 2014 06:54PM GMT-1 »
Looks like Oxford is only viable option for us - can't actually remember if I've ever been to that venue or not - is it really as bad as some say?

When we went we sat in row J (seats 14 & 15). I seem to remember that there was lots of leg room as it's on the way to the loos on that side of the stage. Might be a plan if you book early enough and they haven't allocated those seats to an agency!

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Re: April 2015 tour
« Reply #16 on: Thursday, November 20 2014 07:02PM GMT-1 »
Thanks for the info - just need to engineer some free time at 9 am to book something!

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Re: April 2015 tour
« Reply #17 on: Friday, November 21 2014 10:15AM GMT-1 »
Cabbage soup for Christmas dinner then - and not too heavy on the cabbage either :o :o :o I think I've just bought a bit of Oxford real estate......

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« Reply #18 on: Friday, November 21 2014 10:19AM GMT-1 »
Fingers were poised this morning, and I've booked front row at Nottingham. Very happy bunny!

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Re: April 2015 tour
« Reply #19 on: Friday, November 21 2014 11:17AM GMT-1 »
Well, that only took an hour and five minutes, much turning of the air blue and pulling out of hair to book front row seats for Oxford and Nottingham.
Will be joining you in cabbage soup for Chistmas dinner, Pemseys - over £40'each for tickets to include a drink and a snack!
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Offline DawnG

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Re: April 2015 tour
« Reply #20 on: Friday, November 21 2014 11:23AM GMT-1 »
Glive was easy still trying to get through to the Anvil!!!!!!nothing showing on Poole lighthouse website yet (early wedding present for son!)

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Re: April 2015 tour
« Reply #21 on: Friday, November 21 2014 11:33AM GMT-1 »
Basingstoke Anvil Boxoffice seem to have curled up and died. Their online site is not offering tickets yet and their phone seems to have been disconnected.

I ended up going to Gigantic to get Anvil tickets - bigger booking fee and no choice of where to sit, but I'm happy with where they've put us.

This will be Alex's first time seeing the band in a concert hall rather than in a festival field. He will be very tired at school the next day I suspect  ::)  :D

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Re: April 2015 tour
« Reply #22 on: Friday, November 21 2014 11:34AM GMT-1 »
Poole Lighthouse has just tweeted this:

On Sale Today: Britain's most successful traditional folk act @Bellowhead - here Sat 25 April   http://www.lighthousepoole.co.uk/bellowhead-plus-special-guests

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Re: April 2015 tour
« Reply #23 on: Friday, November 21 2014 11:45AM GMT-1 »
I can't even see where to buy on the Anvil website. Says tickets on sale, but no option to actually buy them?!
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Re: April 2015 tour
« Reply #24 on: Friday, November 21 2014 11:47AM GMT-1 »
I can't even see where to buy on the Anvil website. Says tickets on sale, but no option to actually buy them?!

If you look on any other event page you can see a "Book Tickets" button. It's not yet there on the Bellowhead page though.

That's why I think their box office has collapsed. Their phone is dead too.

I suspect they all went out partying last night and now have buckled under their hangovers  >:(

Gigantic are selling tickets for the Anvil. We've opted for them for safety sake.

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Nick
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Re: April 2015 tour
« Reply #25 on: Friday, November 21 2014 11:51AM GMT-1 »
Yeah, have just done the same. £54 and row P!! It's a good thing I think they're worth it... :)
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Re: April 2015 tour
« Reply #26 on: Friday, November 21 2014 12:01PM GMT-1 »
Just booked Oxford - second row.  Had to get in a queue to buy tickets!

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Re: April 2015 tour
« Reply #27 on: Friday, November 21 2014 12:08PM GMT-1 »
Yeah, have just done the same. £54 and row P!! It's a good thing I think they're worth it... :)

Row P?

You could be sat next to us then!

Apologies in advance if Alex gets restless.
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Re: April 2015 tour
« Reply #28 on: Friday, November 21 2014 12:13PM GMT-1 »
I'm sure we can cope. Probably better to be next to friends with a restless child than strangers with the same  :)
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Re: April 2015 tour
« Reply #29 on: Friday, November 21 2014 12:14PM GMT-1 »
Well, that only took an hour and five minutes, much turning of the air blue and pulling out of hair to book front row seats for Oxford and Nottingham.
Will be joining you in cabbage soup for Chistmas dinner, Pemseys - over £40'each for tickets to include a drink and a snack!

See you on the front row Maureen ;D