Should have seen what day it was, alas it's a Tuesday so kind of awkward to get enough time off of work to hop across the pond and the like.
Yes! I’m thinking so!
Oh. Come. On.
I’ll swim there if you have an extra?
Not to be had.
Got it! Thanks!!! ️
....pretty sure I am the only Barbican member in Santa Barbara, but well worth it.
Well there's 2 art exhibitions on that you could also check out and make extra use out of your membership!
It's a Monday.
I should have looked at your reply earlier, when I saw the Facebook event had over 1000 claiming to be going I panicked and joined up.Then spent a good half hour regretting it when my work PC wouldn't access the site and my phone wouldn't put tickets in the basket. Managed in the end though.
north americans - we may have some news for you soon
Intriguing! But a hot iron must be struck. and lightning can strike twice. Ok, I’m out of metaphors.
such a tease
I can't express how happy I am to have a ticket for this concert, and see my lovely friend back. thank you so much!
So new tour dates have been announced. Makes me wonder if any European dates outside the UK (except for Paris) might or might not be announced in the future? Maybe...? Perhaps...? Possibly...? Please?
New date announced for Edinburgh!
Now I just need to find out how to buy accessible tickets before it sells out. Why venues can’t sell accessible tickets online I’ll never understand, it puts disabled people at a huge disadvantage.
Thanks for the tip off. I can’t believe it, three dates: Edinburgh, Gateshead and Manchester and by pure bad luck i’m out of the country. Gutted.
Did you get row B also?
I know it sounds odd but I think row b is front row. They extend the stage depending on how much space they need. I'm row c, I was row f for gybe last year and that turned out to be the second row!
Yeah me too, I'm 99% sure I clicked on a seat on the plan of front row and it's row B - it was the same at Nils Frahm last year, and my knees were literally touching the bloody stage!