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The Chich is a floppy old tart thread

Discussion in 'Randomination' started by Danishfurniturelover, 29 Jan 2017.

  1. scaramanga

    scaramanga Tommy Harmer Staff Member

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    Done .
     
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  2. Danishfurniturelover

    Danishfurniturelover Cecil Poynton

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    Not sure I like the snobby part, other probably true.
     
  3. milo

    milo Vivian Woodward Staff Member

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    Fixed it for you
     
  4. Danishfurniturelover

    Danishfurniturelover Cecil Poynton

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    You lot would not know culture if it was rammed down your throat....which is an option I am considering.
     
  5. milo

    milo Vivian Woodward Staff Member

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    You say that but Scara got the Spender box set for Christmas
     
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  6. Danishfurniturelover

    Danishfurniturelover Cecil Poynton

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    I thought you would have gone for sloppy rather then soppy but there you go.
     
  7. Thebarbarian

    Thebarbarian Michael Brown

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    My daughter is a big Harry Potter fan, bought up on the books and movies. We are coming over to London for a week in August from Oz (doing a bit of Europe too) and I managed to get her tix for the stage show on the only day that she could have made it (which also happens to be my 50th birthday). If Spurs are playing a midweek game I will not be going to Theatre but if not, I'll be taking her.

    Have heard great reviews about it, anyone been?
     
  8. milo

    milo Vivian Woodward Staff Member

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    There's still time
     
  9. scaramanga

    scaramanga Tommy Harmer Staff Member

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    You call your rooster culture too?
     
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  10. thingonaspring

    thingonaspring Ben Thatcher

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    It's a long experience, being over two parts, but it's really well done. some really nice effects on the stage, and lots going on at times. I thought it was excellent, well worth a watch. Both parts in one day presumably? Afternoon/Evening seats. Thankfully that's what we did, but other people have gone on separate occasions to see each half, which I think would just annoy me. Does she know, or is it a surprise? She'll love you a lot for that either way, think it's still pretty much sold out.

    Also, I went to see Hamilton last night, and that was pretty awesome too. brick seats (gf's sister got them, and the only problem was the complete and utter lack of any kind of legroom up in the gods at all).

    Would love to get Network tickets. Ridiculously expensive though :(
     
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    Thebarbarian Michael Brown

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    It’s a surprise for her , both shows in one day . She will be over the moon. Pot luck with tickets , had to buy premium but as I said it’s pretty much sold out .

    She lives Hamilton too !! Must look into that


    Sent from a place where spiders kill you
     
  12. thingonaspring

    thingonaspring Ben Thatcher

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    Wow, if she's a big fan, you've just won parent of the year :D Good work.
    Hamilton tickets are currently back on sale, for later in the year... might get lucky if you look now!
    We already have tickets to see Hamilton again, in the stalls this time. I'm sure those tickets were about £90 each, but on this new batch of sales they're £200! WTF!
     
  13. Thebarbarian

    Thebarbarian Michael Brown

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    I’ll give it a go , chances of it making it to Oz and getting tickets are slim . Harry Potter coming to Melbourne in 2019!!! Already impossible to reserve tickets.

    Dad of the year sorted


    Sent from a place where spiders kill you
     
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  14. Danishfurniturelover

    Danishfurniturelover Cecil Poynton

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    Do you go direct to the theatre it is often cheaper to go direct to the theatre. We do that and pick them up on the door on the night. They dont usually charge a booking fee if you do that.

    Theatre has got stupid expensive. Network was amazing. I called up the national several times to see when they were going on sale so as to make sure i got tickets.

    Never used it but i think the is a booth in Leicester square that deals with returns and unsold tickets.

    If i lived in London i would probably do a show a week for a tenner.
     
  15. LemonadeMoney

    LemonadeMoney Frederic Kanoute

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    https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/?gcl...Y9q6OWesdekuJKr2esDp1HxK9tLC0S3RoCn-0QAvD_BwE
     
  16. Thebarbarian

    Thebarbarian Michael Brown

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    Rock Strongo dodgy Dave Goosegog

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    I'd certainly come see your show.
     
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    thingonaspring Ben Thatcher

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    Got the Hamilton tickets from there, yes. The Harry Potter was actually a surprise from the missus, so not sure how she got those. But Hamilton tickets have got a bit of a crack-down to stop touting in that you only get the tickets on the night, with the card you used to book them, so it's in theory not possible to sell them on. I wish I'd seen this thread at the time, I totally missed out on Network :(

    There are a few of those booths about. We've been to a few things over the years, and are only just outside London. There's quite often not a lot for a bargain basement price these days though. returns are still full price etc for the big shows.
     
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    Seedy Ron Simon Davies

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    I wouldn't sit on the front row.
     
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    thingonaspring Ben Thatcher

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    Something for the interval...
     

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