October 14: Leeds Beckett University

Gig news, reviews, set lists, thoughts, comments and observations on The Sisters live in 2015
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timsinister wrote:Stormin' Norman has started a Facebook event for it.
Well, some f**ker had to.
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Unless a major hurdle appears, I'll be travelling to the UK for grad school.

Hopefully I can catch this gig or some others.
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I'm still hoping to do Leeds & will get tickets.
Any advice on hotels would be great as I'm not familiar with the area.
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£34 including booking fee - steep but its the Sisters
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NickW wrote:£34 including booking fee - steep but its the Sisters
Bit steep considering, but I'll no doubt acquire from Jumbo on my next trip into town.
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Tickets bought. See y'all in the Dry Dock.
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Ticket bought! :D
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Ibis budget. DIRT CHEAP.
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Thanks again Robertzombie, you're a star.

I've bought 2 tickets & hopefully, Dizzy & I will get to meet some of you if we manage to behave and not get kicked off here :oops:
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I don't know why you have this idea that you might get kicked off, it's a sanction of last resort.
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Vicar lane travel lodge £43 double room
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Hotels, trains,driving lessons. Won't be getting a tickett until pay day. I doubt it'll sell out before then.

Might be Sneak Into leeds Ya C_nut :lol:

Looking forwrd to seeing everyone, yes even you.
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robertzombie wrote:Ibis budget. DIRT CHEAP.
Not in bleedin' Manchester it isn't. Anyhow Fraulein ribbons and I are booked into the Queens hotel adjacent to the station. Certainly not dirt cheap :oops:
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Ticket bought. Back to the People's Republic again! Some (dodgy) purple Guinness Michael? :wink:
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abridged wrote:Ticket bought. Back to the People's Republic again! Some (dodgy) purple Guinness Michael? :wink:
Oh Jesus yes. :notworthy:
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Hotel booked and getting excited.
There are so many people bleating on about it being a big let down but I wouldn't be arsed if he sang Boney M songs all night, I know it will be brilliant because it's all about what you want it to be (in my own head, that makes sense) :)
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SmileySister wrote:Hotel booked and getting excited.
There are so many people bleating on about it being a big let down but I wouldn't be arsed if he sang Boney M songs all night, I know it will be brilliant because it's all about what you want it to be (in my own head, that makes sense) :)
I think that makes sense. See you in the Dry Dock! :notworthy:
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mh wrote:
SmileySister wrote:Hotel booked and getting excited.
There are so many people bleating on about it being a big let down but I wouldn't be arsed if he sang Boney M songs all night, I know it will be brilliant because it's all about what you want it to be (in my own head, that makes sense) :)
I think that makes sense. See you in the Dry Dock! :notworthy:
Boney M songs would be great! Painter Man...Rasputin, Ma Baker, Daddy Cool. Sigh. Great stuff. Has anyone received their tickets from Crash yet? Still waiting...
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I've got to hand it to you, you know your Boney M :notworthy:

Someone on FB said their Leeds tickets have arrived today but I got an email saying mine were delayed.

Not sure what Dry Dock is but it certainly sounds like it's the place to be 8)
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The Dry Dock is a large barge that has been converted into a pub within site of the gig venue
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SmileySister wrote:Not sure what Dry Dock is but it certainly sounds like it's the place to be 8)
I can't make it to Leeds this year, not too fussed about missing the gig but I will miss the Dry Dock..
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Will prob hit the Fav first, for very old times sake, then trip the light fantastic across the Uni car park to the Fenton to get in the mood for the Dry Dock :-)
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The Uni car-park is being built on at the moment (constructing a multi-storey job) so you may not be able to get through. On the other hand, the building work might be finished by October.

Also, depending on how long it is since you last went in the Fav, you might be surprised by how much it has changed.
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The Fav has changed many times since I first went in 1982 as a fresh faced student living on Springfield Mount. It's still a must visit when seeing certain gigs in town, well for me lol, good times from many moons ago.
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