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 Post subject: Stage times tomorrow
PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2008 8:47 pm 
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Just noticed there is a support as well tomorrow night. Is there a chance the official stage times for Richard and the support will be made available?
Travelling up from south london and knowing what the M1 is like on a Friday night plus the weather conditions be really helpful to know how much time we have!!

Here's hoping :wink:

Looking forward to what should be a special night...


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It says gig starts at 7.30 on the ticket which is presumably when pete is on. This question has been asked already do it is probably best to read through the Main Castleton thread for information.

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Dawoodcock wrote:
This question has been asked already do it is probably best to read through the Main Castleton thread for information.


which will take yer about 3 hours so get a drink in first 8)


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 05, 2008 12:40 am 
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davidn wrote:
Just noticed there is a support as well tomorrow night. Is there a chance the official stage times for Richard and the support will be made available?
Travelling up from south london and knowing what the M1 is like on a Friday night plus the weather conditions be really helpful to know how much time we have!!

Here's hoping :wink:

Looking forward to what should be a special night...


Try heading north on the A1/M and then nip across to join the M1 further up ... think the A14 cuts across, you'll need to join M1 again before junction 29 ... sorry haven't got my map to hand, but i've found the A1/M faster heading north as does one of my pals who lives in the east end and regularly does the trip up to Liverpool.

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