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https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/18309668.amp/

Brighton Dome said tonight: "Following the UK Governments new advice today to the public to avoid contact in social spaces including theatres, to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, Brighton Dome will be temporarily closed for events with effect from Tuesday 17 March 2020."



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Brighton Dome said tonight: "Following the UK Governments new advice today to the public to avoid contact in social spaces including theatres, to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, Brighton Dome will be temporarily closed for events with effect from Tuesday 17 March 2020."


 Don't think I insured my ticket against cancellation,  not that it matters. Don't think there will be any planes leaving Ireland by early next week.



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https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/18309668.amp/

Brighton Dome said tonight: "Following the UK Governments new advice today to the public to avoid contact in social spaces including theatres, to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, Brighton Dome will be temporarily closed for events with effect from Tuesday 17 March 2020."


 Don't think I insured my ticket against cancellation,  not that it matters. Don't think there will be any planes leaving Ireland by early next week.


 You get a full refund on the gig ticket.  And you will get full refund on flight if cancelled. Doubt I will get my £10 back for the train.



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Best that can be hoped for is an Autumn tour 



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Apparently I can change the date of my advance tickets.  Wonder when would be best for a trip to Brighton?



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Apparently I can change the date of my advance tickets.  Wonder when would be best for a trip to Brighton?


 Could only reschedule as far as 16th May.  Will probably have to reschedule again.



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Apparently I can change the date of my advance tickets.  Wonder when would be best for a trip to Brighton?


 Could only reschedule as far as 16th May.  Will probably have to reschedule again.


 Best that can be hoped for is an Autumn tour 



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Apparently I can change the date of my advance tickets.  Wonder when would be best for a trip to Brighton?


 Could only reschedule as far as 16th May.  Will probably have to reschedule again.


 Best that can be hoped for is an Autumn tour 


 Cant imagine a tour at all.  



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ArrGee wrote:
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Apparently I can change the date of my advance tickets.  Wonder when would be best for a trip to Brighton?


 Could only reschedule as far as 16th May.  Will probably have to reschedule again.


 Best that can be hoped for is an Autumn tour 


 Cant imagine a tour at all.  


 Some dates now moved to October ie London, Liverpool,  York and Cardiff.  London Palladium Tues 6 October. 



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Just bought my ticket for the Palladium.  Standing at the back.



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ArrGee wrote:
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Apparently I can change the date of my advance tickets.  Wonder when would be best for a trip to Brighton?


 Could only reschedule as far as 16th May.  Will probably have to reschedule again.


 Best that can be hoped for is an Autumn tour 


 Cant imagine a tour at all.  


 Why not? Struck me as the obvious season the tour would be moved to and voila! Did you mean ticket sales or fears that the virus worries would last into next year or, heaven forfend, later still? 



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I am glad there are new tour dates and that the venues remain unchanged.  I still am not convinced they will happen, but that is around covid 19 rather than ticket sales.



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Of course, from a selfish perspective, I can go in October. Assuming I am not pushing up daisies...

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Of course, from a selfish perspective, I can go in October. Assuming I am not pushing up daisies...


 The odds are vastly in your favour by age group. Men in their early 50s very very rarely die of this. Of course, I don't know whether you smoke or have underlying health conditions or what other lifestyle factors may play out. The reasonable odds are though you will live for another 25 to 30 years.

Enough for 2 more Geldof solo albums biggrin



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Mark L wrote:
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Of course, from a selfish perspective, I can go in October. Assuming I am not pushing up daisies...


 The odds are vastly in your favour by age group. Men in their early 50s very very rarely die of this. Of course, I don't know whether you smoke or have underlying health conditions or what other lifestyle factors may play out. The reasonable odds are though you will live for another 25 to 30 years.

Enough for 2 more Geldof solo albums biggrin


Sadly I am not in my early 50s...

... I dont smoke, dont have any underlying health issues except a congenital heart murmur, which hasnt caused me any issues so far.

I hope there is never another Geldof solo LP.



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ArrGee wrote:
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Of course, from a selfish perspective, I can go in October. Assuming I am not pushing up daisies...


 The odds are vastly in your favour by age group. Men in their early 50s very very rarely die of this. Of course, I don't know whether you smoke or have underlying health conditions or what other lifestyle factors may play out. The reasonable odds are though you will live for another 25 to 30 years.

Enough for 2 more Geldof solo albums biggrin


Sadly I am not in my early 50s...

... I dont smoke, dont have any underlying health issues except a congenital heart murmur, which hasnt caused me any issues so far.

I hope there is never another Geldof solo LP.


 Citizens of Boomtown might be the last solo album for you then?! 



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