London Concert - 1 December 2017

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Re: London Concert - 1 December 2017

Post by Sjh » 2 months ago

Waterloo Travel Lodge will have a drink on the way to the concert in the Three Stags a short walk to St Gorges as I have done before the last 2 concerts.

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Re: London Concert - 1 December 2017

Post by Victor C » 2 months ago

Yorkie wrote:
<span title="Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:50 pm">2 months ago</span>
I think we will all be spread across London - I'm staying in king's Cross myself (convenient for my trip back North to Hogwarts). I guess people will congregate at St George's ahead of the actual concert start time as usual.
You're quite right. I'll be staying in Hackney but I guess we'll all see each other just before the concert starts.

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Re: London Concert - 1 December 2017

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Victor C wrote:
<span title="Tue Oct 10, 2017 1:44 pm">2 months ago</span>
Yorkie wrote:
<span title="Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:50 pm">2 months ago</span>
I think we will all be spread across London - I'm staying in king's Cross myself (convenient for my trip back North to Hogwarts). I guess people will congregate at St George's ahead of the actual concert start time as usual.
You're quite right. I'll be staying in Hackney but I guess we'll all see each other just before the concert starts.
Oh no, we'll be at St George's long before the concert starts :D
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Re: London Concert - 1 December 2017

Post by Victor C » 2 months ago

Yorkie wrote:
<span title="Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:41 pm">2 months ago</span>
Oh no, we'll be at St George's long before the concert starts :D
Sure :D Any suggestions for something to eat in the area?

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Re: London Concert - 1 December 2017

Post by andmar » 2 months ago

Yorkie wrote:
<span title="Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:41 pm">2 months ago</span>
Oh no, we'll be at St George's long before the concert starts :D
Victor C wrote:
<span title="Tue Oct 10, 2017 6:19 pm">2 months ago</span>
Sure :D Any suggestions for something to eat in the area?
I wonder if 7 a.m. will be early enough :lol: :lol:

As I'm still a newbie, I've never been to any concert at St.Georges before, but I visited the cathedral few weeks ago while I was in London. Actually, the neighborhood doesn't look very interesting. I wonder, if there are any places around where we could spend time waiting for the concert. Any suggestions would be appreciated. :D

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Re: London Concert - 1 December 2017

Post by paul » 2 months ago

Victor C wrote:
<span title="Tue Oct 10, 2017 6:19 pm">2 months ago</span>
Yorkie wrote:
<span title="Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:41 pm">2 months ago</span>
Oh no, we'll be at St George's long before the concert starts :D
Sure :D Any suggestions for something to eat in the area?
I'm not so familiar with the area for refreshments, however I did have a nice meal at a fish restaurant called Masters Superfish. https://www.google.com/maps/place/Maste ... -0.1077851
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Re: London Concert - 1 December 2017

Post by paul » 2 months ago

andmar wrote:
<span title="Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:05 pm">2 months ago</span>
Yorkie wrote:
<span title="Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:41 pm">2 months ago</span>
Oh no, we'll be at St George's long before the concert starts :D
Victor C wrote:
<span title="Tue Oct 10, 2017 6:19 pm">2 months ago</span>
Sure :D Any suggestions for something to eat in the area?
I wonder if 7 a.m. will be early enough :lol: :lol:

As I'm still a newbie, I've never been to any concert at St.Georges before, but I visited the cathedral few weeks ago while I was in London. Actually, the neighborhood doesn't look very interesting. I wonder, if there are any places around where we could spend time waiting for the concert. Any suggestions would be appreciated. :D
I've never been, but the Imperial War Museum is only a stones throw away.
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Imper ... -0.1086615
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Re: London Concert - 1 December 2017

Post by filiarheni » 2 months ago

paul wrote:
<span title="Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:26 pm">2 months ago</span>
I've never been, but the Imperial War Museum is only a stones throw away.
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Imper ... -0.1086615
That is a very interesting, very well-made museum! Entry is free, so you can come and go and stay as long as you feel like (also ideal for filling the time until you must go to the airport; Elephant & Castle with all kinds of buses and undergrounds are close by). I went there twice last year and there is so much to see that I could only cover a smaller part. So I sure will go there again in December and do the next part.
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Re: London Concert - 1 December 2017

Post by danieb88 » 1 month ago

Hi all
A question for those who are regulars at the concerts...will St. George’s be open during the day and is there any chance of watching rehearsals? I know this has been done at other venues before but not sure about St. George’s! And for the first time, I can be in London earlier than just for the concert so don’t want to miss out!
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Re: London Concert - 1 December 2017

Post by dani » 1 month ago

danieb88 wrote:
<span title="Sat Oct 21, 2017 12:35 pm">1 month ago</span>
Hi all
A question for those who are regulars at the concerts...will St. George’s be open during the day and is there any chance of watching rehearsals? I know this has been done at other venues before but not sure about St. George’s! And for the first time, I can be in London earlier than just for the concert so don’t want to miss out!
Thanks
St George’s rehearsal is always closed to the public.

St George’s is open during the day as the boys don’t normally arrive until 4.30pm because of school and then the church shuts its doors for rehearsal.

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Re: London Concert - 1 December 2017

Post by danieb88 » 1 month ago

Thanks Dani, that’s a shame - maybe next time :D
Danie :D

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Re: London Concert - 1 December 2017

Post by filiarheni » 1 month ago

filiarheni wrote:
<span title="Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:38 pm">2 months ago</span>
Al17 wrote:
<span title="Thu Sep 28, 2017 5:46 pm">2 months ago</span>
I also have a M9 seat.
ste1701fan wrote:
<span title="Sat Sep 30, 2017 1:14 pm">2 months ago</span>
oh wow that would be even better.....
Step by step, you are moving towards the front row. :wink:
ste1701fan wrote:
<span title="Mon Oct 02, 2017 3:07 pm">2 months ago</span>
yeah really!
Hi, ste1701fan, I tried to send you a PM some weeks ago, but you seem to not have opened it yet. I think I may assume that you do not need the V17 nor the C2 seats anymore, is that right?

So if not, I'd like to offer both of them now to others who might be interested (see the red ones; C2 has restricted view, but a screen).

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Re: London Concert - 1 December 2017

Post by Victor C » 3 weeks ago

Regular concertgoers: The ticketsource website states that the concert finishes at 9:45pm, but what time is it most likely going to finish, based on your past experience (especially if you went there last year)?

I'm helping my friend make his travel arrangements back home after the concert, and this information would greatly help. Thanks in advance.

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Re: London Concert - 1 December 2017

Post by filiarheni » 3 weeks ago

If I remember correctly, 9:45 pm should be more or less right.

But M&G? Last year, there was one, and afterwards, we left at about 10:30 pm.
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