...unable to remove my post, so this seems the best alternative option.
What a great gig, in a wonderful little venue.
I was one of the lucky ones frantically clicking to order the coveted tickets for this gig.
As a London gig goer, I always like trying out-of-town places & I like the architecture of buildings like this.
A drive down the A21 attempting to avoid the worst of the Friday evening traffic got us ...
@ suzieq: Great vids, thanks for sharing :)
They're pretty good quality.. what were they shot with?
Great show, could've done without the rain, but it didn't spoil anything in a great gig.
Some fast work on the PC meant I was able to buy tickets for Westonbrit after buying 2 for Bedgebury & then immediately realising I wasn't in the country for that gig. Thankfully, a nice guy called Terry from Biggin Hill (thanks mate!) ...
These tickets are now sold - many thanks all...
2 tickets bought from Keane web site SANDBAG on day of release.
Almost immediately realised the date clashed with something even more important (hard though it is to believe there could be anything *that* important... )
Usual story: I dont have them yet but I'll forward them to you immediately.
Asking face value: £32 ...
I've emailed too, I have two, if that's any help?
I was at Brighton, & I noticed alot of families there as well. Not all venues allow kids, so it's to be expected at the ones that do.
Again, not a problem, it would be nice to bring some of mine along to a gig one day soon.
There was a real spread of people there - young &... erm... not so young, & possibly more girls/ladies ...
We were row A seat 73 &74, in the last little bit of seating before the end.
I was wearing a purple "DON'T PANIC" t-shirt (Douglas Adams, we miss you). I was also wearing a massive grin most of the time & singing as loud as I could.
A great night... kind of wish I was going to the O2, but only kind of. Tickets were more ...
At the Brighton Centre there were notices all over the place banging on about no cameras, mobile phones, yadda yadda.
Needless to say the place was lit up with little screens & flashes throughout the evening.
The law is still there, but technology has rendered it completely unenforcable.
My advice? Don't worry about it, but maybe ...