Interesting fact: As well as remaining a fully functioning church, the Union Chapel is also a charity helping the capital's homeless, and an award-winning live venue which has played host to acts including Tom Jones and Elton John.
Hmmm.. got to think about this one. Mostly how to travel and where to stay (if anywhere). Just off the A1, so should be easy to find. Or could camp at Welwyn Garden City and see if the tube or some other convenient service reaches there. Ot drive home afterwards.
London is often a problem, even a no-go area because if things like the congestion charge, although I gather the Chapel is outside the congestion charge area.
But, no need to jump in at 9am sharp to get a good seat, although I would think it will sell out fast.
Licensed bar in a Church? My own church too is of Congregational persuasion, and doesn't allow alcohol on the premises - not even communion wine!
This is very exciting, I'd love to go to this I'm already beginning to think of things to do for my 21st which is three days before this concert, would be a great treat, might have to physically drag my friends with me though unfortunately, hopefully I'll get someone to come with me fingers crossed.
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There will be plenty of HWI folk there you can be sure. They will all be pleased to meet you. I'll be on my own too, since Sue is off to Liverpool with her female friends for the weekend. Only problem is who will look after the dog!