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Re: MANCHESTER - 24th March

Post by Hammer » 13 Oct 2011, 12:46

Me and Mrs H. :smile:
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Post by APOLLO79 » 16 Oct 2011, 01:04

miserablewoman wrote:Who's going?
Me n Mrs Apollo! 8)
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Re: MANCHESTER - 24th March

Post by Audreyinblack » 16 Oct 2011, 08:27

Great gig there this year....so count me in for next year :smt001

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Re: MANCHESTER - 24th March

Post by Alexinblack » 28 Nov 2011, 21:58

It certianly was carnt wait for the next one.

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Re: MANCHESTER - 24th March

Post by gizzard » 28 Nov 2011, 22:17

Hope to do this and Sheffield the night before as I done this year. 8)
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Re: MANCHESTER - 24th March

Post by duchess » 30 Nov 2011, 23:57

Hi, Have booked Glasgow, but would also like to do Manchester , could anyone suggest where to stay hopefully within walking distance. :smile:

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Re: MANCHESTER - 24th March

Post by SHE SHOULDNT DO THAT » 01 Dec 2011, 00:29

Leeds and Manchester for me this time. Did Liverpool , Sheffield and Manchester this year, the Liverpool gig was great but by the time Sheffield came around ( the penultimate gig) I thought the lads were looking a bit knackered , esp JJ who looked like he couldnt wait to get off and put his feet up.!
The first gig is always the best in my experience in terms of energy levels, it may not be the tightest performance as this tends to get better over the next few outings, but they always appear fresh and enthusiastic. The last gig the lads always seem to have a resurgence of energy , drawing on reserves I guess and the anticipation of a few good nights kip to look forward to.

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Re: MANCHESTER - 24th March

Post by APOLLO79 » 01 Dec 2011, 02:35

duchess wrote:Hi, Have booked Glasgow, but would also like to do Manchester , could anyone suggest where to stay hopefully within walking distance. :smile:
MacDonald Hotel at the station.book early great price.
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Re: MANCHESTER - 24th March

Post by APOLLO79 » 01 Dec 2011, 02:37

Oh count me in..and the Mrs.... and RedEyes......maybe 8)
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Re: MANCHESTER - 24th March

Post by duchess » 01 Dec 2011, 10:26

Thanks Apollo79,that's great,maybe we'll see you all there.... :smile:

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Re: MANCHESTER - 24th March

Post by Freddie Laker » 01 Dec 2011, 11:09

duchess wrote:Hi, Have booked Glasgow, but would also like to do Manchester , could anyone suggest where to stay hopefully within walking distance. :smile:
I think the Manchester gig is the same day as a Man United home game, so hotels are busier than usual.
The Ibis and Holiday Inn Express (Oxford Road) are both about 10 mins walk from the venue. If you can stretch the budget, the Palace Hotel is a classy old victorian building full of original features - I got a really good deal there last time, but it seems pricey this time around.

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Re: MANCHESTER - 24th March

Post by duchess » 01 Dec 2011, 11:43

Thankyou, that's handy to know re match, will check out hotels and the palace you mentioned,10 minute walk I can just about attempt :smile:

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