Teenage Cancer Trust

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Re: Teenage Cancer Trust

Post by SusanneD » Tue Feb 10, 2015 3:09 pm

Evan wrote: At this juncture in time, I have seen Frank so many times that my motivation for singing and dancing has dropped off somewhat. I might bust the odd move here and there, but on the whole I'm quietly watching, so give me a seat please.
You probably have something like a decade of Frank gigs on me. So, ask me again in 8.5 years :)
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Re: Teenage Cancer Trust

Post by Evan » Tue Feb 10, 2015 3:50 pm

SusanneD wrote:
Evan wrote: At this juncture in time, I have seen Frank so many times that my motivation for singing and dancing has dropped off somewhat. I might bust the odd move here and there, but on the whole I'm quietly watching, so give me a seat please.
You probably have something like a decade of Frank gigs on me. So, ask me again in 8.5 years :)
I have actually lost count now. I am sure someone will pass me one day (Scott Keyes is who my money is on), but I believe I still currently hold the record for shows seen by someone who isn't on the payroll. Last count is was around 130.
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Re: Teenage Cancer Trust

Post by SusanneD » Tue Feb 10, 2015 4:54 pm

Evan wrote: I have actually lost count now. I am sure someone will pass me one day (Scott Keyes is who my money is on), but I believe I still currently hold the record for shows seen by someone who isn't on the payroll. Last count is was around 130.
Woah!
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Re: Teenage Cancer Trust

Post by Rubber_Soul » Tue Feb 10, 2015 5:10 pm

Just booked my ticket, standing as I didn't want to book a seat on my lonesome.
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Re: Teenage Cancer Trust

Post by blastman » Wed Feb 11, 2015 12:27 pm

Evan wrote:
blastman wrote:I got "gallery standing", whatever the hell that is. I've wanted to go to the RAH for a long time, this was the perfect excuse.

That's riiiight up at the top. Nice view, although can feel a bit removed. I would recommend securing a spot early
Cheers. I actually realised afterwards that Ticketbastard still had arena standing tickets, so I went back and bought one. There's an gallery standing ticket going if anyone wants it...

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Re: Teenage Cancer Trust

Post by 5dilloneastoe » Wed Feb 11, 2015 5:38 pm

My dad mistakenly got two gallery tickets, due to his faffing about. I'm looking for a few arena standing tickets or maybe lower seating if anyone is selling/wants to swap to gallery. Let me know :)

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Re: Teenage Cancer Trust

Post by SusanneD » Fri Feb 13, 2015 11:24 am

Let's talk about songs for a bit... I'm sure Frank himself might plan something special to celebrate the fact that he's playing the freaking Royal Albert Hall.

I personally would love to hear "Balthazar, Impressario" in this venue. I know RAH has never been the classical Vaudeville music hall, but to me it's still the epitome of entertainment through the centuries. And I'm not even a big fan of the song, but I just feel that it would be appropriate.

What about you? Any other songs you would especially love to hear within this hallowed halls :) ?
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