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#1 Sootyca

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Posted 04 April 2007 - 12:24 PM

Hi,

Does anyone know whether Night of 1000 Voices will be doing a matinee show this year as it has done in the past?  Saves me booking a night in another night in a hotel if it is doing!

Thanks,

Karen

#2 Virna

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Posted 04 April 2007 - 01:29 PM

QUOTE(Sootyca @ Apr 4 2007, 12:24 PM) View Post
Hi,

Does anyone know whether Night of 1000 Voices will be doing a matinee show this year as it has done in the past?  Saves me booking a night in another night in a hotel if it is doing!

Thanks,

Karen



In the Royal Albert Hall booking forms it only shows an evening show so I'm guessing it's only that unless you can't book online but I'm sire they would have announced a matinee wouldn't they?

#3 Sootyca

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Posted 04 April 2007 - 01:49 PM

QUOTE(Virna @ Apr 4 2007, 02:29 PM) View Post
In the Royal Albert Hall booking forms it only shows an evening show so I'm guessing it's only that unless you can't book online but I'm sire they would have announced a matinee wouldn't they?


I think I am just being hopeful!  I would have thought that by now a matinee would have been announced by now as it is only a month to go.  If I book for the evening show it will be typical that they then announce a matinee!

Thanks,

Karen
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#4 Gregor

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Posted 04 April 2007 - 02:31 PM

A good question, Karen - I've been wondering the same thing!

I've just had a look back at the dates that the matinees were put on sale for the last three London concerts - they were

11 March 2005
26 March 2003
21 March 2002

so I agree it's getting late on now, although perhaps still not impossible.

Ticket sales for the evening performance haven't been quite so fast this year (in 2005 they announced the matinee simultaneously with confirming Cliff Richard's appearance;  in 2003 the stars included Lauren Kennedy, Philip Quast, Alan Campbell, Glenn Close, Roger Moore and Judy Kuhn - speaks for itself!).  

The RAH seating plan looks almost full, but an allocation has been given to See this time, some of which has still to be sold.



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Posted 11 April 2007 - 01:26 PM

No matinee this year - tickets still available for the evening show




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