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PostPosted: Sat Jul 26, 2008 12:27 pm 
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Richard is a last minute addition to the cambridge folk festival - aug 3rd approx 7pm


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Richard is a last minute addition to the cambridge folk festival - aug 3rd approx 7pm



:Hoorah :Hoorah Cambridge is just up the road ... direct train!

.... Anyone up for this? :*:

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Noooo! The festival's sold out :(

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catsandbooks wrote:
Noooo! The festival's sold out :(

Oh dear Cats! You sounded euphoric for four minutes... :cry:

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Noooo! The festival's sold out :(


It always sells out months before. Stick your finger in your and learn a 17 verse shanty and you might get on the bill!!

Will it just be the man and Shez doing his acoustic stuff? There's usually full coverage on Radio 2!

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Dave wrote:
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Noooo! The festival's sold out :(


It always sells out months before. Stick your finger in your and learn a 17 verse shanty and you might get on the bill!!

Will it just be the man and Shez doing his acoustic stuff? There's usually full coverage on Radio 2!



That missing word could've been ear but knowing this forum, I'm not so sure...


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Dave wrote:
catsandbooks wrote:
Noooo! The festival's sold out :(


It always sells out months before. Stick your finger in your and learn a 17 verse shanty and you might get on the bill!!

Will it just be the man and Shez doing his acoustic stuff? There's usually full coverage on Radio 2!



That missing word could've been ear but knowing this forum, I'm not so sure...


:)


.... knowing Dave I'm sure your doubt is well founded ... :roll:

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Full band - richard is a huge steelye span fan so he's planning the gig to be a homage to maddy prior - opening with all around my hat.


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Now they tell us - CatsnB there are tickets to be had on some of the profit making sites but you will be paying a high price for them.

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Full band - richard is a huge steelye span fan so he's planning the gig to be a homage to maddy prior - opening with all around my hat.


I've heard that rumour cod, I know he's also partial to a bit of Roger Whittaker, so expect some whistling solo's and a barnstorming versions of 'Durham Town' and 'Daytrip to Bangor' ! :D

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cod wrote:
Full band - richard is a huge steelye span fan so he's planning the gig to be a homage to maddy prior - opening with all around my hat.



:shock: :shock: :shock:


Shame about the tickets being sold out. I bet it'll be a really good set and I am sure he'll win over quite a few new fans.

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Now they tell us - CatsnB there are tickets to be had on some of the profit making sites but you will be paying a high price for them.


No I bloody won't. :evil: I'll happily pay to get myself half way round the country and hotels for gigs but I won't give some bastard rip-off merchant an over-inflated price for a ticket. I'm stubborn that way. I shall have to console myself with knowing that Richard and the band will be getting in a bit of practice before Holmfirth. Just a shame with it being pretty much up the road ... Knebworth would be closer though ... :roll: ... there's an idea, I hope Cod's taking notes :*:

.... and I'm still hoping that Portsmouth's European debut is going to be Barcelona or Milan ... with Richard playing in that city the night before/after ... so having to save some pennies for the emergency travel fund. :wink:

..... of course, I might have to put my principles to one side ... if only I could work out how ebay works :? :? £44 ... is that a bit steep? There's two tickets going for £80? :roll: ... Denise this is all your fault for putting the idea in my head. :*:

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The original ticket cost was £44 so £80 for two is not bad.

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The original ticket cost was £44 so £80 for two is not bad.



:roll: :roll: Okay ... but I daren't learn how to use ebay ... I scare myself just thinking about what mischief I'd get up to with my shoe habit ... bag habit ... westwood yearnings .... :roll: ... no I can't be trusted on ebay. :?

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[quote="cod"]Full band - richard is a huge steelye span fan so he's planning the gig to be a homage to maddy prior - opening with all around my hat.[/quo



your sacked you idiot :roll:

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