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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by originallambrettaman, Feb 10, 2014.
Get in Huggs, got two tickets myself now
OCS are awesome live and I can't think of a cooler place to see them than Zebedeez
What is it like as a venue for bands ? What extra do you get for VIP tickets ?
I don't think any have played there yet, have they?
I think the VIP tickets get you access to a bar and a bog, so you don't don't have to mingle with the riff-raff and use a Portaloo.
And well worth the money if that's the case
There'll be quite a mob off here
Don't you usually just go where you're standing Den?
Ah you could be right, but Mrs Tash will be with me. Apparently toilet quality is important!
The proms will be playing Handels water music, hence the waterside setting.
They did it on boats floating down the Thames too.
Quite a scoop for Hull, first time they have played outside of London for 75 years.
Not my cup of tea at all, but hope people enjoy it.
Think we are gonna be on BBC main news shortly about the Sea of Hull....Fiona Bruce...phwoar
Bit like the old Kempton bogs then..
Naked and painted blue?
Nice Female band on called Happy Endings too.
Come across an new gins worth trying to get hold of?
King of soho. Excellent. I had it last time too.
I'm struggling to remember names. I'll ask the mrs later, remember an absolutely foul one I had. Dutch I think, black tomatoes in it, loads of basil and rosemary awful.
Just having a larios now on the terrace
Last night I had a few tanquerays, in this Italian cafe bar, which is always good.
I picked up a bottle of Tenerifian gin at the airport yesterday, Chazz. Macaronesian White. In an earthenware bottle. About €20. Haven't tried it yet. I'll keep you posted.
I was also drinking some Estrella Galicia 1906. Strong malty beer. Nice drink, I was a bit rough this morning.
Ye our kids mrs knows the singer from work. Did a really good Stevie nicks cover.
I like tanqueray. But, much as I like trying different gins when making a long drink with gin I like Beefeater as much as anything. The only gin I don't like is Gordon's. Strange as when I started drinking 50 years ago it was always considered the premium gin in a pub. You either asked for a gin and tonic or specified a Gordon's and tonic.