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3 hours ago, Never to the dark side said:

Actually, a drive in cinema screening for matches, could be a great idea. 

Not ideal, of course, but better than in isolation at home - yet safe. 

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5 minutes ago, Bar BS3 said:

Actually, a dive in cinema screening for matches, could be a great idea. 

Not ideal, of course, but better than in isolation at home - yet safe. 

Where they putting the pool?

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6 minutes ago, hodge said:

Where they putting the pool?

Not sure but the soundtrack should be this, just for the cover. 
 

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3 minutes ago, Odd socks said:

Plenty of room at the fruit market for the sags event , although I expect the new stadium construction would restrict their numbers

Oh I don`t know. Given Wally`s promised timescale they should just be putting the finishing touches to it now.

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Having lived on Australia for a long time I can tell you Drive In's are the fido's gonads. Very often they would do "dusk till dawn" sessions which went all night as the term suggests. Remember going to a "Rockyathon" which was all the Rocky movies in one go. Another was a "Dirty Harryathon". Great fun on a warm night in my old Holden HT van (better known as the shaggin waggin) which was like this one and decked out in the back with mattress, cocktail cabinet & sound system. Reverse up, open the back up, hang the speaker on the window, cuddle up and enjoy the movie.

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On 24/05/2020 at 13:20, redsapper said:

Sounds a good idea to me. If it can be used as a cinema why not football?

Football is better watched as a group.  

If the games are free to air, then apparently you can show them, if they are on subscription it is supposed to be with the agreement of the rights holder.

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On 24/05/2020 at 13:20, redsapper said:

Sounds a good idea to me. If it can be used as a cinema why not football?

Football is better watched as a group.  

No reason why not I would think.

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27 minutes ago, OldlandReddies said:

Brilliant idea.....why not ?? Would create a decent atmosphere

Would 50 people sitting in cars create an atmosphere? I doubt it. 

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On 24/05/2020 at 10:01, Never to the dark side said:

Now, I might be adding 2 + 2 and getting 5, as The Post don't seem to know the location but, assuming this follows on from the announcement a week ago in 24/7 and on the Bristol Sport website...

https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/whats-on/film/films-screened-bristols-upcoming-drive-4178396

 

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On 25/05/2020 at 21:13, BigTone said:

Having lived on Australia for a long time I can tell you Drive In's are the fido's gonads. Very often they would do "dusk till dawn" sessions which went all night as the term suggests. Remember going to a "Rockyathon" which was all the Rocky movies in one go. Another was a "Dirty Harryathon". Great fun on a warm night in my old Holden HT van (better known as the shaggin waggin) which was like this one and decked out in the back with mattress, cocktail cabinet & sound system. Reverse up, open the back up, hang the speaker on the window, cuddle up and enjoy the movie.

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Sounds like a seedy night up the Downs or Tog Hill. 

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10 hours ago, CyderInACan said:

Sounds like a seedy night up the Downs or Tog Hill. 

I usually just refer to it as "Friday night" 

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