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    Default Ian Dury Reasons To Be Cheerful tickets tomorrow (weds)

    Pair of tickets for tomorrow night .. me and my mate Jim are going and our wives aren't coming any more so got a pair of tickets for this

    Reasons to be cheerful

    £23 face value

    if you are interested BID me via DM :-)

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanPayButWouldRatherNot View Post
    Pair of tickets for tomorrow night .. me and my mate Jim are going and our wives aren't coming any more so got a pair of tickets for this

    http://www.stratfordeast.com/whats-on/a ... e-cheerful

    £23 face value

    if you are interested BID me via DM :-)

    cheers

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    No umbraco document matches the url '/404/?404;http://www.stratfordeast.com:80/whats-on/a'.
    Is that a musical about ID (God forbid) or a performance by the Blockheads?

    Edit: Ah....it's a musical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Blue Plymouth View Post
    Is that a musical about ID (God forbid) or a performance by the Blockheads?

    Edit: Ah....it's a musical.
    yeah its a musical .. and the cast celebrates & features disabled actors/musicians and has good reviews

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    There’s a musical version of Angela’s Ashes on at the Bord Gáis theatre here...

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    From 20 Sets that Shook Glastonbury

    They were mud-bombed off stage in '85

    The truth is some bands hate being at Glastonbury. There was the Manics not getting into the spirit in 1994, Conor Oberst christening the John Peel Stage in 2005 with a tirade against the late DJ, and back
    in 1985 there was an almighty strop from the headliners. By Saturday night that year, 40,000 goths whacked off their bongo on carrot cake and LSD had spent three days wading through fields more treacherous than Ypres, putting up with surprise performances from New Model Army (gee, thanks) and a set from The Boomtown Rats. Before too long, the mud was a-flinging. After hours spent covering long-forgotten post-punks with cow tulip, fans welcomed Ian Dury with his Blockheads to the main stage. But habits are hard to break and Dury came under a sloppy attack. Forty minutes later he stormed off with DJ Andy Kershaw ticking off the crowd. Only after plenty of ego-buttering did they return for ‘Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick’, but by then, unity had been torn asunder.
    Completely unjustified, I'm sure though Geldof's lot deserved it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pip in a Poke View Post
    From 20 Sets that Shook Glastonbury

    They were mud-bombed off stage in '85



    Completely unjustified, I'm sure though Geldof's lot deserved it.

    actually jim was at that glastonbury gig and I mentioned this post ... he said he really remembers King ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_(new_wave_band) ) getting a massive blob of mud right in the middle of a lovely red jumper and they were pelted more than most

    anyway the theatre show was excellent ... half the cast wore their disability with pride and it was a very powerful show

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