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Nick cave.

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And Warren Ellis.
Anyone going Bridgewater Hall Manchester on Friday?
I’ll be there with my son.
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Kinda thought about it, not sure how this ambient/ poetry stuff will work live. Tickets are pricey aren't they, considering it's not a full Bad Seeds show?
I'll even let you drive my motorbike . . .
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Yeah but tickets bought in place of last cancelled tour and it’s my birthday so going for it.
Let you know how it goes.
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We’ll Mr.Cave was very good
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Glad you enjoyed it. Did he play that Marc Bolan cover, Cosmic Dancer?
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He did.
Hand of god was my favourite
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Halifax Linda wrote:He did.
Hand of god was my favourite
Cave is immense Live......I've seen him many Times.

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porkymeat wrote: 12 Sep 2021, 11:01 Kinda thought about it, not sure how this ambient/ poetry stuff will work live. Tickets are pricey aren't they, considering it's not a full Bad Seeds show?
Tickets ... yeah, £80 near where i live, ridiculous prices.
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Homer wrote:
porkymeat wrote: 12 Sep 2021, 11:01 Kinda thought about it, not sure how this ambient/ poetry stuff will work live. Tickets are pricey aren't they, considering it's not a full Bad Seeds show?
Tickets ... yeah, £80 near where i live, ridiculous prices.
What Venue was that Mate?..I noticed the cheapest Tickets at the Albert Hall were £65!!

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Cells&Plasma wrote: 23 Sep 2021, 18:55
Homer wrote:
porkymeat wrote: 12 Sep 2021, 11:01 Kinda thought about it, not sure how this ambient/ poetry stuff will work live. Tickets are pricey aren't they, considering it's not a full Bad Seeds show?
Tickets ... yeah, £80 near where i live, ridiculous prices.
What Venue was that Mate?..I noticed the cheapest Tickets at the Albert Hall were £65!!

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Oop North .... in Stockton-on-Tees, new theatre venue so most prices are expensive tbh.
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