Yes,Grant is right about the seating,I had neckache for days afterwards through sitting in the front row. From what I remember the camera police were also pretty hot at this venue inspite of Danny saying that photograghy without flash would be alright. As for the puddings at the local Chinese well all I can say is that I have never seen such a choice.
Hi Grant, I will indeed advise you all here once the tickets go on sale. Im hoping it will be the end of March at the very latest. The hall contracts have all been signed and we're just confirming whats going to be printed on the tickets now, so they should be on sale in the next few weeks. I find rows C and D are particularly good for views of the stage, far enough backt o avoid neckache but close enough for good views. Gordon, i do apologise about the camera police last time, unfortunately even though i told the staff it would be ok they decided that they wouldnt allow it as the risk of people using flash was too great or something stupid.
This looks a good one for me to attend and to look forward to after the summer concerts. Danny, very well done for organising this one again and also to Dazza for designing the stunning poster Well done.
I am glad that you all like the poster, I can't believe that it is something that I have done and is actually going to be printed and used. If I could get Hayley to sign one that certainly would be special.
I am really looking forward to this concert, I may even go along and book in person when the tickets go on sale, i'll try aiming for rows C & D too.
Seriously, I am absolutely delighted that Hayley is returning to Stoke-on-Trent, It will be fantastic to see her performing in my home town.
Danny has been in touch with me for a quite a while about this concert after he asked me to design a poster for it which is going to be used and printed.
This is the finished design.
Well done, Dazza. Superb typography saying all that needs to be said cleanly and concisely. Who chose the picture, you or chance? Unusually in these things the picture gives the right tonal balance to allow white out lettering to stand out so the whole blends superbly.
PS. I chose to ignore the doctoring of the white letter on her shoulder but came back for a minor edit myself. The doctoring is subtle and well done.
I am on for this one too! I regretted missing out on the last one, and this look like a nice Autumn Concert to look forward to.
Oh Steve, don't rush the year through... but I know what you mean. Reminds me of my commercial printing days when I was preoccupied with Christmas cards and I hadn't yet had my summer holiday. Before we know it we'll be choosing her Christmas card and wishing her bon voyage back home!
Her eyes were the blue of cornflowers that dance amongst ripening wheat, Her hair the colour of golden sands bleached by summer's heat.
Tickets should be on sale to the general public by the end of this month, i spoke to the box office about it this morning. How many people are for coming to this concert now? If people wanted i could take a block of tickets out for HWI?