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Anyone ever got lucky and got front row tickets for a show?  I managed the hat-trick this morning!

  1. Geldof - Cadogan Hall
  2. Gervais - Leicester Square Theatre
  3. Damned - London Palladium

(Also arguably The Rats at Maida Vale, but I earned that one with my witty question )

Only problem is I believe I have to dress as a vampire... 

Messrs Vanian, Sensible, Oxymoron, Pinching & Gray require your Attendance

A NIGHT OF A THOUSAND VAMPIRES

at The London Palladium

 
 
 Brought to you by The DamnedHammer House Of Horror & The Circus Of Horrors
 
Please respectfully attend the funeral cortege that will arrive on Argyle St at 7.30pm sharp. You will then be shown to your seat for a two act Immersive Horror Experience that is not for the feint of heart.
 
Dress Code -  It is obligatory to wear the attire of the Esperanto. The evening is dedicated to those that are cursed to eternal darkness and thirst. The Damned respectfully require in excess 1040 of you to comply so as this evening will forever go in down in the history books as the greatest gathering of Vampires the world has ever seen.


-- Edited by ArrGee on Friday 28th of June 2019 12:28:46 PM

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Anyone ever got lucky and got front row tickets for a show?  I managed the hat-trick this morning!

  1. Geldof - Cadogan Hall
  2. Gervais - Leicester Square Theatre
  3. Damned - London Palladium

(Also arguably The Rats at Maida Vale, but I earned that one with my witty question )

Only problem is I believe I have to dress as a vampire... 

Messrs Vanian, Sensible, Oxymoron, Pinching & Gray require your Attendance

A NIGHT OF A THOUSAND VAMPIRES

at The London Palladium

 
 
 Brought to you by The DamnedHammer House Of Horror & The Circus Of Horrors
 
Please respectfully attend the funeral cortege that will arrive on Argyle St at 7.30pm sharp. You will then be shown to your seat for a two act Immersive Horror Experience that is not for the feint of heart.
 
Dress Code -  It is obligatory to wear the attire of the Esperanto. The evening is dedicated to those that are cursed to eternal darkness and thirst. The Damned respectfully require in excess 1040 of you to comply so as this evening will forever go in down in the history books as the greatest gathering of Vampires the world has ever seen.



-- Edited by ArrGee on Friday 28th of June 2019 12:28:46 PM


 Yes, for Geldof at Peterborough around 2007 and Macclesfield, definitely 2001. He tried Elephants Graveyard at Macc but stopped as he forgot the words and sought help. I threw the next two lines at him, but he later gave up as further bouts of lyrical amnesia ensued!

More recently in March for German comedian Henning Wehn at Crewe Lyceum. However this was a little nerve wracking as comedians can be liable to pick on front row guests. He didn't thankfully. 



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Arguably I also got a front row ticket for The Who next Saturday, but front row of upper tier at Wembley is stretching it.

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Second row at London Palladium. If it happens.  And there are another 4 available in the second row.  Touts must have handed them back.



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