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Drico One wrote:
Mon 26 Feb 2018, 10:44 pm
The reason for what? Promoting it with a single?

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A reason to promote it with a single.

The only single could be "Dreamland" with Years and Years, they can even sing the song on the stage with them like special guests.

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You're obviously excluding the possibility of a new, one-off single that they might just like an excuse to release.

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Drico One wrote:
Mon 26 Feb 2018, 10:47 pm
You're obviously excluding the possibility of a new, one-off single that they might just like an excuse to release.

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I think the only single option is the described above but you never know.

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Mon 26 Feb 2018, 3:10 pm
It's my first time ordering tickets at the Royal Albert Hall. If I'm on the website the minute the tickets go on sale, am I pretty much guaranteed tickets (especially for floor tickets)? Will these tickets sell out "instantly" like Madonna?
You not going to the Royal Opera House then?

I’ll be back - may go 2 nights.
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#35 Post by D.J. »

Great idea to record the show! I still watch Pandonium tour DVD few times a year. :D BluRay would be fantastic! :up:

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Pod wrote:
Tue 27 Feb 2018, 12:54 am
SpencerCSR wrote:
Mon 26 Feb 2018, 3:10 pm
It's my first time ordering tickets at the Royal Albert Hall. If I'm on the website the minute the tickets go on sale, am I pretty much guaranteed tickets (especially for floor tickets)? Will these tickets sell out "instantly" like Madonna?
You not going to the Royal Opera House then?

I’ll be back - may go 2 nights.
Oops :P Yeah I meant the Royal Opera House. Do you think it will sell out instantaneously?

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Suburban_Boy wrote:
Mon 26 Feb 2018, 12:42 pm
canveyboy wrote:
Mon 26 Feb 2018, 12:39 pm
Colin wrote:
Mon 26 Feb 2018, 12:22 pm
And it's being filmed on the Friday & Saturday night :dance:
Where has that been confirmed?
The last two dates are tagged with 'filming' here: http://www.roh.org.uk/productions/pet-s ... -shop-boys. Hope they use some nice 4K cameras.
Now THAT'S the really big news, at least for those of us who won't be attending in person! Looking forward to a DVD/Blu-ray!

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#38 Post by goughsjd »

Looking forward to this , on the edge date wise whether I’ll make it or not but booking tickets anyways !! Saw the super tour twice so be nice if there is a change in the setlist this time 😁
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    Doh! Looking like I can't make it this time round as on hols.

    Never mind. The DVD will do nicely.

    Suspect most of the show will be as per the last residency but maybe a collaboration or extra song to twist it up.
    you could say conventional ... and I could claim intentional

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    A pleasant surprise, though I wish they gave us more than a couple of days notice prior to the ticket release.

    That being said, I am unable to get online and book when the tickets are released, and wondered if anyone here could possibly book two tickets on my behalf before they sell out please?!
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    #41 Post by G_Goalden »

    For those that didn't see the ROH show and just touring Super show - it featured fantastic dancers and the proper 3D pods rather than the circular MDF boards they toured with. Plus the venue is ACE!
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    Does this definitely mean that it is being filmed to make a DVD for general sale as before or could it be being filmed for something else such as a tv programme like the ballet one?

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    SpencerCSR wrote:
    Tue 27 Feb 2018, 2:44 am
    Pod wrote:
    Tue 27 Feb 2018, 12:54 am
    SpencerCSR wrote:
    Mon 26 Feb 2018, 3:10 pm
    It's my first time ordering tickets at the Royal Albert Hall. If I'm on the website the minute the tickets go on sale, am I pretty much guaranteed tickets (especially for floor tickets)? Will these tickets sell out "instantly" like Madonna?
    You not going to the Royal Opera House then?

    I’ll be back - may go 2 nights.
    Oops :P Yeah I meant the Royal Opera House. Do you think it will sell out instantaneously?
    It’ll sell out - I’m sure of that. However, I don’t think it will sell out as quickly this time.
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    #44 Post by King1968 »

    The Royal Opera House is probably the best venue I've been to amazing sound and looks very grand,definitely worth paying a little more for tickets.

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    King1968 wrote:
    Tue 27 Feb 2018, 11:42 pm
    The Royal Opera House is probably the best venue I've been to amazing sound and looks very grand,definitely worth paying a little more for tickets.
    Agreed - hope decent tickets don’t sell out too fast.
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