Stranglers @ Cambridge Corn Exchange 17th March 2011

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Stranglers @ Cambridge Corn Exchange 17th March 2011

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Relying on my Southern MIB/WIB to suggest a good boozer pre/post gig.
Being a University city, I'd imaging there'd be quite a few cheap boozers?
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Last time we opted for The Eagle - about 100 yards from the venue with a large open area out the back.
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Any further suggestions??
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Freddie Laker wrote:Last time we opted for The Eagle - about 100 yards from the venue with a large open area out the back.
From a historic point of view, the place where the discovery of DNA was announced.

http://www.ukattraction.com/east-of-eng ... le-dna.htm


Is that where Billy dropped all the beers ??

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Claireinblack wrote:
Freddie Laker wrote:

Is that where Billy dropped all the beers ??

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Yes. :roll:
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PaulinLondon wrote:
Claireinblack wrote:
Freddie Laker wrote:

Is that where Billy dropped all the beers ??

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Yes. :roll:

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Re: Stranglers @ Cambridge Corn Exchange 17th March 2011

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Not sure that you've quite got the hang of Cambridge, Toiler!

University city? Yes. Loads of students? Yes. Cheap boozers? Not a cat in hell's chance!

However, The Eagle is where I go when in the city centre and as Freddie Laker pointed out, it does have a beer garden-type affair which is ok providing it's not pissing down. However, I bet PiL won't entrust a tray full of drinks to Billy again! Blimey, what a noise that made when it went crashing to the ground.
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