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I remember the wobbly guy on the stairs - freely admitted to being pissed and made Richard jealous! :*:
Symphony Hall was so good we went out and got tickets for 4 more gigs and raced around the country after work for the next few weeks. It was great.
Just got De Montford and Oxford this time and we can't wait!
Richard's gigs certainly have the feel good factor.
I'm now known at work as "Richard Hawley's Stalker!" :*:
They just don't understand!

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Ooooh! Me! Me!! Me!!!! Pick me!!!!!!!!!! :*:

But seriously, my friend and I (both ardent fans of Mr. Hawleys') would be soooo thrilled if we could have the tickets and we would have no qualms whatsoever in making donations to your charity - please, please, pretty please?


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welcome to you all shame you have to give the tickets away Brendan but good man for the cancer cause and curse anyone who takes them and doesn't do what you have asked thanks for the kind words :wink:


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I've put someone in touch with Brendan and they will definitely be contributing to that charity.

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thats good to know we had such a laugh in Southampton with the RNLI people we asked to turn up(Dempo our tour manager and i are mental about boats and he actually has one)they were all in their 70's or 80's and some of the classics they came out with were ace.

"i thought it was going to all men throwing guitars around and shouting..........but its really rather melodic"was one pearler.They were all very very well spoken,the poor old"Commadore"had to leave early as he was a little tired but his wife.who had NEVER been to a"Pop"concert was bopping away all night long they raised a shit load of cash to save lives at sea and all folks were happy :D


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Does that mean he's already given the tickets away? *sobs* :cry:


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Gutted!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :cry: :cry: :cry:

If anyone out there has a couple of spare tickets for Monday's gig in Leicester, my friend and I would be eternally grateful. Please send me a pm letting me know how much you want for them.


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Oh Chickadee!!! I feel like crap now. How can trying to do some good make you feel so shite??
Denise contacted me first and told me of her friend so I made a commitment I cannot break. I really hope you get tickets if only to make me feel a bit better.

Richard, thanks for the comment. Lost my brother recently to the bastard "C" and I know about your dad but you and I both still tab.
Thats some strange hold those little fuckers have over us.


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Sorry to hear about your brother, Brendan (and your Dad, Richard).

I completely understand if someone else contacted you first so please don't feel bad, especially as such a worthy cause will be benefiting in the process.

I'd fully intended to book tickets for Monday's gig but got so snowed under with work that I completely forgot! I was getting worried because when I looked online, all the seats closest to the stage appeared to be sold out. I'd have bought seats further back but since this is the first time my friend and I would be seeing him live, we wanted to be as close as was legally possible! :*:

Oddly enough, though, when I phoned the Box Office today I was told that only a certain number of tickets are allocated online which means that even though certain areas seem to be sold out, they're not. :eh?

Aaaaanyway, (long story short) I now have two seats six rows from the stage in the stalls - huzzah!!!!!!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:


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great news chickadee, have a great time. Only seen the fella once myself but my mate and I agreed it was one of the best we had seen for sheer quality of music, atmosphere and Richards between song banter.
He ballsed up the intro to Bad Sign though, laughed and carried on. Trooper.
Have a great time, I know you will. I will have to wait for the next tour.


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