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Anyone up for a beer/pie and peas/curry (definitely not effing Greggs though!) prior to the gig on Sat? "The Angel" is always good for a cheap Sam Smiths ale.


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Anywhere that is showing Wales v Ireland in the rugby is good for me.
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Obviously Fab Cafe went down as well as a fart in a spacesuit last time so what do you reckon Timothy? "The Angel" or Whitelocks maybe?
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Fab Cafe was a bit of a star wars geek bar, but seeing as though its where you got Hugh Cornwell pregnant, it was a point of interest for fans. :grin:

Never been to the Angel or Whitelocks - but both look good!
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Eddy Burnel deux wrote:Fab Cafe was a bit of a star wars geek bar, but seeing as though its where you got Hugh Cornwell pregnant, it was a point of interest for fans. :grin:

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Call me daft but I have a sneaking suspicion that the Irish bar O'Neills, behind the Town Hall, will be showing Ireland rugby :lol: Not a bad pub either, often miserable bar staff though.
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I'd rather do the Victoria next door (much better selection of ale) but if the rugby is required then I'm happy to compromise.

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theraven1979 wrote:Anyone up for a beer/pie and peas/curry (definitely not effing Greggs though!) prior to the gig on Sat? "The Angel" is always good for a cheap Sam Smiths ale.


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It was the cheap option - it's about £1.40 a pint or something silly.

If you're on for decent ale I strongly suggest the Victoria. It's just a relatively short walk across Millenium Square then to the venue.

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theraven1979 wrote:Anyone up for a beer/pie and peas/curry (definitely not effing Greggs though!) prior to the gig on Sat? "The Angel" is always good for a cheap Sam Smiths ale.


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The Strangler wrote:Anywhere that is showing Wales v Ireland in the rugby is good for me.

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