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  1. I think you're right in that it was pioneering but I think it was because of it being a 'goalpost' design. I'm pretty certain the Dolman isn't cantilever.
  2. It's only people who have never been or don't get Glastonbury that ever mock the headliners. Though thankfully, the more that hate it, the better chance I have in the resale!
  3. Big though he may be, I'm not sure he'd fill out 32,000 at Ashton Gate. Bearing in mind he's playing/played the O2 with what, 2k capacity?
  4. Got mine from SeeTickets and it was maximum 4. Didn't even see 8? Viagogo has some seated tickets at £290 odd already.
  5. But with your mates belting out Mr Brightside....
  6. UTC for once I couldn't agree with you more.
  7. Standing: £71.50 Seats: £49.50 - £93.50 Ouch. Will still sell out easily mind.
  8. That is class. They absolutely nailed it at Glastonbury. I'm in.
  9. I do love it when that happens - on rare occasion touts will overestimate demand and end up screwing themselves.
  10. They're showing their respects, just re-branding it slightly to make it more relevant to themselves. There are ****tons of sticks to beat them, this isn't one of them. A classic example of people choosing to be offended here imo. They're remembering the fallen, and they're paying respect to them, that's what matters.
  11. I do agree we shouldn't change history, but let's say for some weird reason we had 'Hitler Bridge' or something daft like that , would you be in favour of keeping it? With the Colston Hall I think both sides have quite a good case.
  12. Their wage/turnover ratio is almost identical to ours. No self-awareness whatsoever.
  13. Probably worth bearing in mind we might have spent more because of those sales. So that's a bit disingenuous, but yeah we're probably struggle to make a profit otherwise.
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