I thought I'd made a mistake in the countdown so I corrected it in my post and your reply, but then I realised I was correct in the first place. Don't worry, I'll be there on the right day. i.postimg.cc/9fYxy370/smilie-big-grin.gif
I wish I could go to this concert ...it's a bit too far away for me though... today in the Sunday Express there is a small advertisment advertising this concert...it mentions the Christmas songs, and special guests Lee Mead and the Raven Quartet...this is the first mention of any of the winter tour I've seen in any magazine or paper yet- round here that is...it's different from the scans already on this thread as it's smaller and has anothe picture of Hayley- ...I may be able to scan it later...once i've spent hours working out how to work the scannner :
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The latest news on ticket sales for this concert is very good indeed. Approximately 90% of the tickets have now been sold with still over 6 weeks to go. I am sure that a few have also been sold to Lee Mead's fans!
Let's hope it will be a full house to wish Hayley a Happy Christmas before her return home.
I'm sure it will be a full house Martin, I did a count last night and 95% of the seats have now been sold.
There were (then) 10 single and isolated seats available in the stalls, 60 in the circle and 43 in the upper balcony... out of nearly 2,000. That's excellent news for a large venue in London, where Hayley has sometimes struggled to fill them in the past. Also it's a sign that she's maintaining her popularity, after over 6 years of doing 'live' shows in the UK.
What also makes this situation remarkable is that London is swamped with Christmas concerts during the 2 weeks prior to Christmas Day. There are nightly events at all the major London venues including the Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall, Festival Hall and the Barbican.
Of the 1,949 seats in the Barbican Hall, only TWELVE remain today. This news is just fantastic for Hayley and this concert, I am sure, will be extra special for her and the audience. I know that the staff from Bedlam are looking forward very much to this last concert of the tour.
Such a shame I can't get one of those twelve seats... Got an exam the 22nd (so cruel, an exam the last day of classes before Christmas!)... Hope someday soon I am able to get to a concert with you all... maybe next summer?
2000 tickets sold? Well, I am not sure, but I think I saw a video (somehow like a trailer/interview) where they affirmed that Hayley, in her early years, had made concerts with 15000 people assisting, I think in New Zealand. Can someone confirm that?