Lol, like the play on words there Richard. Radio Stoke were great pioneers for us last year and they have been contacted but arent as keen this year. In regards to publicity Radio Signal is better as there listener numbers are significantly higher than Stoke and so i personally consider there invovlement in the concert a lot more advantageous than Stoke.
Im assuming so as well, although it hasnt been confirmed yet and im going to encourage them to play it on Signal 1 as well as Signal 2, as they sometimes have interviews on the breakfast show, their flagship programme. Although i do feel that Signal 2 listeners are more likely to be interested in hayley.
I've booked seat D10, arrive at Manchester Saturday morning, staying at the Crown Hotel in Longton, hope there's bus service to Victoria Hall..............TimJ
Hi Tim We are going to stoke providing something does not stop us. Abigail is hoping to see Hayley after has she did not get to see her at Gawsworth or Lincoln. We shall be staying after if she is seeing her fans. We shall be returning home after down the A50 which passes Longton. If you wanted to meet Hayley afterwards and the buses prevented you we could drop you off at your hotel on our way home. Robert & Wendy.
Signal 2, sa far as i know, dont do podcasts, but they do put some articles on as listen again on their website. however it usually takes several months for that to happen, so unfortunately graham i think the answer is probably not.
Your No 74 Danny makes me ask if the musicians had changed at all. Solely because subsequent offline chat led me to believe there was some major travelling for Fiona and Ian towards the end of this calendar year.
As I go through the thread (too late, although I think my still slight state of witlessness would have still hindered me) I realize I have made a booboo. I am in AA1. Not only a high stage but right at the side which might actually help--I have more chance to sit angle on. Originally I had it in mind to be up in the gods, pinning permanent reminders around me to take my opera glasses. I wonder if Hayley would massage my neck for me?
No hotel details yet as I have decided not to take the train but to drive up perhaps meandering up and down as well as allowing time there.
Isn't that just typical? We are absolutely loaded with information and I ignore it!
Having continued with the thread I now realise the musicians have of course changed but still sound a good and well proven replacement. I'm sorting out my programme so have no idea on hotels but even i not in the same one (and I'm wary of city centre hotels for traffic noise, I'm sure I can manage to lift you, Tim so you can stay late--if she's not dashing on the midnight express back to London town.
Aah! She's in Aberdeen on Sunday so, NOT TOO LATE a night. Hotel in Stoke mid-morning run in car to Aberdeen with dodgy train schedules? Now, should I consider that? I bet that Aberdeen Music Hall is a proper original. Edwardian or Victorian? Here I go again diverting myself. I never can go anywhere in a straight line!
I had already looked at Dunfermline but found it impossible to make sensible train arrangements. Where's my road map?
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Her eyes were the blue of cornflowers that dance amongst ripening wheat, Her hair the colour of golden sands bleached by summer's heat.