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Sorry & The Sinatras dates

Postby Col » 24th Aug 09, 16:01

13 Oct 2009
CLUB REVOLUTION PETERBOROUGH
14 Oct 2009 20:00
THE ENGINE ROOM BRIGHTON
15 Oct 2009 20:00
THE UNDERWORLD LONDON
16 Oct 2009 20:00
WHEATSHEAF OXFORD
17 Oct 2009 20:00
THE PARRISH HUDDERSFIELD
20 Oct 2009 20:00
TRILLIANS NEWCASTLE
23 Oct 2009 20:00
DEXTER’S DUNDEE
24 Oct 2009 20:00
STEREO GLASGOW

Trillians will do nicely :D
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Postby andy_b » 24th Aug 09, 17:28

I guess Peterborough or Huddersfield for me...as there's no midlands dates :(
*grumble*

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Postby Spike » 24th Aug 09, 18:32

andy_b wrote:I guess Peterborough or Huddersfield for me...as there's no midlands dates :(
*grumble*

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Oxford for me, if I can go.........
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Postby blackdeathcrew » 24th Aug 09, 19:35

Wish there was some closer to me, really wanna go....
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Postby melx » 24th Aug 09, 21:04

Hopefully I'll be able to go to brighton, does anyone know where I can get tickets??
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Postby melx » 24th Aug 09, 21:09

lol, just read this description of the place....

The Engine Room Brighton, United Kingdom
Engine Room is your De-facto Rock Venue. It has shit lighting, shit sound and shit beer.

It will always be way more expensive on the door than whatever they put on the flier and I think for the last 4-5months the bass bins have been blown and they can’t seem to be bothered to replace them.

It is one of those places which has so much potential if they just invested a little bit more cash into new gear, fixing the seated booth areas, a new floor and toilets that are sanitary. Its been open a few years now, it is about time something changed.
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Postby lob » 24th Aug 09, 21:22

Oh blimey - looks like two nights on the trot. Hopefully ticketweb/master (which ever rip-off artists I originally booked tickets for the Underworld from will now be sending them on) so that is London and the Oxford gig. The Wheatsheaf is a tiny venue but with quite good sound - though I reckon it will have a new arsehole when Scott finishes with it
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Postby Nickinvincible » 24th Aug 09, 21:34

Bastarding sod it. Got my ticket from the cancelled gig before but I'm at Iceland Airwaves festival on the date of the London gig. Fuckin' d'oh.
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Postby markE » 25th Aug 09, 12:40

great - yet more gigs in coctober that i can't go to :evil:
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Postby blundellfamily » 25th Aug 09, 13:16

and the Eureka Machines supporting at The Parish! top venue - saw them there a couple of months ago.
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Postby vickyp » 25th Aug 09, 23:03

blundellfamily wrote:and the Eureka Machines supporting at The Parish! top venue - saw them there a couple of months ago.

Yeah, the Parish is a good place for a gig. We've been over for a few there now because the atmosphere is so good. The crowd are really enthusiastic over there. I'll be back for this show for certain.
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Postby richjones » 26th Aug 09, 17:51

I think... and don't quote me on this... but the London gig will be The Grit, S&TS, The Loyalties and support. Should be a mess...

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Postby Pudu » 26th Aug 09, 19:14

OOhh The Grit are bloody great. Should have them on the full tour.
Too many fucking bubbles man!

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Postby andy_b » 26th Aug 09, 20:35

richjones wrote:I think... and don't quote me on this... but the London gig will be The Grit, S&TS, The Loyalties and support. Should be a mess...

Any chance of The Loyalties doing the full tour? I can't do mid-week London gigs amy more...I'm getting too old for that shit :(

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Postby Col » 26th Aug 09, 21:13

richjones wrote:I think... and don't quote me on this... but the London gig will be The Grit, S&TS, The Loyalties and support. Should be a mess...

-Rich

Don't quote me on this but the cockynees get all the luck.
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