The date: 23rd June 2003 The venue: Milton Keynes Bowl The event: The anger management tour What a day it was. I was originally quite peeved that I had missed out on a ticket for the gig, the two days (Saturday and Sunday) had already sold out and to my delight I found out an extra date had been added on the ... Monday. So the day they came out me and a few mates went online and booked our tickets(£35.00 each) online. So it ended up as 8 of us going to the gig. I was so excited as scheduled to appear would be Eminem, 50 cent, D12, Cypress Hill, Xzibit, Obie Trice and Radio 1 rap DJ Tim Westwood. Being a huge hip hop fan, this was one event that couldn't be missed.
So we had booked up a minibus to take us there and pick us up, It ws only an hours drive away and we arrived there very early but so did thousands of other people! We arrived there at 11 AM, 3 hours before the gates opened. How convienent that was, straight to the pub/hotel over the road from the bowl. The hotel must have made so much money as this was by far the closest pub to the bowl. The plan was to drink as much as poss before we got in, one because the beer would be cheaper then actually in the bowl and 2 because once the concert started I wanted to see it all.
So heavily under the influence of booze, we queed for about half an hour to get in(not to bad) got some food which was fairly expensive( as expected) about 3 pound for a quarter pounder with cheese. Tim Westwood played loads of classic rap tunes to get the crowd in the mood, 2pac, Biggie, Dre etc. Xzibit came on stage on 6.15 pm and the crowd went mad, he played his classic tunes ,X, get your walk on, u know, etc. The crowd were lapping it up. We had quite a good view, fairly close to the front. We could see the stage but it was far easier to look at the big screens. Basically the closer we got in the less we could see, as all you could see were the backs of peoples heads. Thats the thing with bow l venues, unless you are right at the front ,very hard to achieve, you want to be at a part where the ground is just starting to rise for the best view, which we achieved. Xzibit was as usual energetic and really got the crowd hyped up with some crowd participation, a great rapper as well. Perfect opening act. At 7.15 pm The legendary Cypress Hill came out for their set and played anthems such as, hits from the bong,roll it up light it up smoke it up and other pot related anthems as they do best. A lot of weed was smoked in the crowd and It would be rude to not join in really! Every one was psyched up for 50 cent and Eminem.
I was personally looking forward to seeing 50 cent nearly as much as Eminem and word was going round that 50 wasnt there. I refused to believe this but it turned out to true. I was gutted, apparently he wasnt booked for mondays gig. Still I didnt want to let that affect my day so I just had to look forward to Eminem(oh well!) Now there was quite a long delay, about an hour before Eminem graced the stage and all the crowd decided to start throwing the plastic bottles around. Picture the scene 50000 people all throwing bottles up in the air, I got hit once over the eye, luckily only once in the 10 minutes of madness. It sounds like thuggish behaviour but because they were only plastic bottles nobody seemed that bothered and everyone joined in, I suppose everyone was too pissed by now for the bottles to actually hurt you.
Anyway Eminem came on stage at about half 9 to an amazing response, the crowd was electric, and he played 2 lively catchy tunes to start with, Business and Square dance off the new album. Evry one was rapping along, throwing their arms in the air and really enjoying it. The set was great with a big ferris wheel on one side of the stage, It was set out like a fairground as was the scene to the 3rd album, The Eminem Show. Multi coloured lights and funny animations to do with the lyrics in the songs kept flashing up on the big screens. Then came the D12 set, which Eminem participated in (fight music, purple hills etc). Bizarre( a member of D12) the huge fat one in D12 got a massive pop from the crowd, easily the 2nd loudest of the evening. Then Eminem pulled out the big ones, Without you with Obie Trice, Stan,which I really wasnt expecting to enjoy as much as I did. I thought the tune had been overplayed so much but I hadnt heard it for a good half a year and it was one of the best moments. As eminem rapped the verses, the crowd sang the chorus lighters in hand!
Then Mr X to the Z, Xzibit came back out on stage to perform a Dre anthem, Whats the Difference to a big response. Then 'forgot about dre' came on and everyone, myself inlcuded thought, yes Dre is here but unfortunately that was wishful thinking, there were rumours flying over the internet that Dre would be there. Instead Eminem just did his verse which was great anyway, some of eminems best lyrics ever in that tune! Then my 2 most favourite tracks off the new album were played, Superman and Sing for the Moment. These were back to back and by this time most people were beginning to lose their voices. Sing for the Moment was my moment of the day, everyone singing along waving their lighters in their air, surely the most meaningful lyrics in this song that Eminem has ever produced.
Obviously he was called back on stage for an encore and he duly obliged with the hilarious song ,' My dads gone crazy', there was an animated picture of hailey(his daughter) who actually provides the chorus to this song on the screens. Then a thank you to the fans, the fireworks went off and that was it, gig was over.
Overall, It was a fantastic concert, plenty of hours of music, the gig finished at 11.30 pm. Eminems rapping was out of this world as it sounded album perfect, no cock ups, he is without a doubt still the leading man in rap(what a talent!). The opening acts were very good, ecspecially Xzibit. The only downer was the no show of 50 cent which was very annoying, as I was really looking forward to him. Perfect weather as well, got a nice tan from the day, plenty of drink, a bit of smoke, what more can u ask for? I would have given it 5 stars if 50 cent was there but I must drop a star beacuse of that fact. If i had gone on Saturdays gig, no doubt it would get 5 stars as fifty cent would have been there.
Money well spent!
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Enrique Iglesias - Live 2002
**my capital letters have disappeared, it's not my fault!** I've been an Enrique fan since his single "Bailamos" was released and have since managed to collect his whole back-catalogue of CD's. I never thought he'd do a concert here or that I'd get to see him in concert as he's never really ... been that popular here, except for his song "Hero". So bearing this in mind, you'll have to ty to ignore my hormonal (and almost pre-pubescent) outbursts in this op!
When the tickets first went on sale for the Enrique Iglesias "One Night Stand" Tour, I found out by chance, the one morning I hadn't logged on and checked my emails and the concert dates had been announced and had gone on sale. To cut the ticket buying story short, I was lucky enough to get tickets to two of his London shows, for Tuesday 14th May sitting on the right hand side of the stage in the stalls 3 rows back and about 7 seats away from the stage, and for Wednesday 15th May in the very centre seat of the second row!! For the Tuesday I got 2 tix, one for me and one for my mum, who likes Enrique's music a lot so I got it for her as a birthday present and the one for Wednesday I only got one just for me.
I had a load of mates who were going to the concerts too, so we all got together in the bar of the Royal Albert Hall (RAH) before hand for a few drinks and to chat and stuff. The main topic of conversation was how to be picked as a "Hero" girl, as he always picks a girl from the audience and serenades her on stage and generally allows her to have a good old grope, rewarding her with a much anticipated kiss at the end of the song. One of my best friends had been picked in Cardiff and she was giving us her the "Hero" girl 101. So far, none of us fitted the bill.... he only picks girls who are abit bigger than average. And the thought running through my mind, damn it why did I work so hard to lo se 2 stone!!!! But we were all very happy and optimistic.
I left the bar early as I wanted to get some merchandise and then go to the loo. The merchandise was as always very overpriced, programmes were £15 when they had been £10 in Glasgow and the price slowly rose as the tour moved further down the UK, keyrings £4, beanie hats £18, baseball caps £14, T-shirts an extortionate £28-24 depending on the design, posters £5 etc. My friend Kerry and I were toying with the idea of getting a beanie hat as they are now his new trademark until we got to the font of the queue and saw they all had "EI One Night Stand" embroidered on the front.... which quickly changed our minds!!! The people in front of us were clearly very rich or very obsessed, their merchandise bills coming to totals of £140 and up, buying one of everything on offer!!! I just settled for a programme, a keyring and a poster. Then to the loos..... to queue for 15mins!!! And finally to our seats, me and mum were really pleased and shocked at how brilliant our seats were, we were roughly in line with the second and third rows!!! Mum, being ever nosy, spotted a TV programme and Soap reviewer from GMTV in the second row.
Security was VERY strict that night, with threats to take my camera off me and to sit down.... outrageous!!! I hadn't spent all that money and waited nearly 4 years to be told to sit down!!! Camera ok I can understand but sit down, NEVER!!! I was actually told by most of my mates that at one point during the acoustic slow set I was like the only one left standing, me being me "how could you tell" **DOH** So if anyone wants to let me know how you can notice one person out of a whole venue standing, answers on a postcard to..... Sorry, have been technically blonde ever since I had my highlights done. Anyway, back to the show.... Enrique doesn't have any warm-up or support acts, and why should he anyway, he's just too damn good hahah a, but that did mean that we had to wait till 8.30pm for the concert to start. Being male and being Enrique he was 7 whole minutes late, I could hardly contain my excitement at this stage, I was almost at bursting point... mind you we were lucky, he'd held other concerts on the tour up by 15-40mins!!! Of course he cancelled the opening show in Glasgow totally due to illness, but that's another story...
So the lights dimmed quite slowly and the opening bars of "Love 4 Fun" came on and I couldn't believe it, and I was looking around at my mates and we were just all beaming at each other. So they started it real slow and he was hiding somewhere so all you could see was his silhouette on the white veil acting as a curtain to the stage, and he was singing it real slow and the crowd was going wild.... the anticipation.... so we're all waiting with baited breath as the silhouette gets smaller and a dark image behind it gets bigger... and then..... it's him! The veil drops, revealing him in all his 6ft2ins tanned and skinny but muscular glory. Hang on a sec, I just read this paragraph back and I think I got a bit caught up reliving my concert experiences. Well I know I sound obsessive but I'm keeping it in anyways!!! Ahem, as I was saying, he is really quite skinny, and I don't find skinny guys attractive at all. I was really expecting to be like blown away by his looks, normally in concert everyone looks so much better looking, but he looked the same... skinnier and more muscular and well just totally flawless but the same. I guess maybe I have so many sexy pics of him that him standing there normally was not as mind blowing as some of my pics ;o)
I think that this was probably my first "adult" concert, the atmosphere was amazing and the audience was of a totally different and more sophisticated class. There were so many men, straight ones, it was unbelieveable, and even Enrique commented on this (I'll fill you in when I get to the bit where he said it). The best seats on the arena floor and in the stalls (sides) were held by business professionals (that's what they looked like anyway) aged late 20's to mid 40's, and families with parents and 2.4 children, thankfully banishing the teeny-boppers to the seats in the Gods. And of course there were so many couples..... I tell you, a lot of men out there earned extra special brownie points by treating the lady of their life to a night of watching Enrique make mad and passionate love to them with his performance.
His stage presence is amazing, remember you are hearing from a girl who has only really ever had boy-bands pelvicly thrusting in my face at all my other concerts. To be entertained for one and a half hours by a true musician who writes, records and produces all his own material, and a proper band to boot, who have been his band since day one.... No silly made up dance routines, sure a script but every concert must have a rough script to follow, but the rest of it was pretty grown up, cut the pretty, it WAS grown up. You could say it was like a "coming of age" concert for me. After class like this, how could I possibly sit through another pre-pubescent-pelvic-thrust-enriched-concert again by different bands with similar faces and the same old recycled beats?? Actually wait... don't hold me to that... I haven't seen `N Sync or O-Town live yet!!
He feeds off the audience, and the concert is so energetic and the remixes of the live tracks have so much street-cred, and bigger beats, you can kiss his "pop" genre placement goodbye, we were not at a pop concert, but at a rock concert!!! You can't help but head-bang a bit and jump around and go as wild as him and his band!! Of course there are the ballads, but even then, some rock guitar is added in the middle or some new sound. He included some covers, Prince's "Purple Rain& quot; and also did Spanglish versions of Yazzoo's "Only You" and Steve Miller Band's "The Joker" (the latter two appear on his Greatest Hits or Remixes albums).
I think I was really shocked, but in a good way, of the rock direction of the concert, there he was throwing stuff around and rocking it in a way I'd certainly never imagined to have seen him!!! It was amazing!! And he wanted to reach everyone.... there were no barriers at his concert, he just jumped into the crowd and walked amongst them as and when he pleased, the maturer audience allowing him to do so, stunned and waiting for him to pass by them, and Enrique trying to reach as many people in the crowd as he could. The only Spanish track he did was "Experienca Religosa", and I was really hoping to hear "Cosas Del Amor" or "Si Tu Te Vas" but he was right not to have so many Spanish songs, as those older Spanish albums have not been released here and not many people in the audience would have known or appreciated them properly.
The "known" singles went down a treat and it's at that point that you realise so many people had gone out and bought concert tickets just on the strength of "Hero" and not even realising he was the same guy who all those years ago released "Bailamos"...... there's me been thinking **where have you been all you Enrique fans all these years**, when they've obviously been waiting for that one special song like "Hero". And talking of "Hero" I shall be getting on to this very soon, I promise......
His script was wonderfully rehearsed, but this did not prevent him from having a laugh and messing around.... often ending up in fits of laughter, falling to a heap on the stage, rolling on to his back shaking and clenching his stomach from the force of his bellowing laughter!!! It was good to see him enjoying himself so much!!! He said s ome great stuff!!! "Oh I was a shitty student" and on introducing the last member of the band having introduced each one and saying where they come from "This is Nick... and we don't know where the f%$k he comes from!" And who could forget the one that the Evening Standard Newspaper picked up on...."A lot of men don't come to an Enrique concert... they think it's sissy, but that's alright, cos there's a word for that... it's called insecurity" and when he asked how many men there were, (he was at this point lying down on the stage and not looking in to the audience) the men boomed back and he jumped up in shock and his face was a picture! But it was great to see so many men in the audience. The funnier captions came on Wednesdays show, which I will tell in a bit.
Of course the man oozes sex appeal, he is the best eye-candy in the world, but what was the sexiest part of the show?? The whole show was pretty damn sexy, but the most provocative had to be the performance of "Could I Have This Kiss" (which I have a classic story to tell you about Wednesdays performance, so please read on and get to it, it will make reading this whole report worthwhile I promise you) and "Hero", both with full on groping that I'm sure to which should have had some sort of rating attached.
In "Could I Have This Kiss" he does a very sexy, sultry and intimate performance with his German backing singer, who vaguely resembles Shakira. There's a lot of full on groping and he ends the performance, well...... on top of her!!! But it's cool, I promise you, not too seedy and honestly quite tasteful.... this coming from quiet, shy me who gets embarrassed at everything so you know it must have been good ;o) And then for "Hero" he picks a girl from the audience; blonde, bigger figure, over 30..... me all over right!?! But she was great, there's nothing more that I can't stand than someone being picked to go on stage and being a bimbo, a toothpick, ungrateful or a showoff. This lady was neither, and she was really sweet with him!!! You could tell she really wanted it, and she was nervous and shaking but she kept singing and dancing the whole time he serenaded her. He went in to his usual script "What's your name? How old are you? Are you Married? For four minutes you will be married to me"
Incidentally now may be a good time to tell you of a dream I had where I was the "Hero" girl.... what do you mean is it clean enough to tell, you cheeky lot!!! Well in my dream, after the "married to me for 4 mins" spiel, I said "Ok then, but where's my ring and after 4 minutes do I get half the stage" and then I'm boo-ed off by the audience who are so upset with me they even start throwing things like bottles, and chairs, and small children..... anyway back to the real "Hero" girl **LOL** Her name is Elizabeth and I've since bumped in to her and we've become friends, she's very sweet. She's divorced, but I can't remember his comments to this, you'll have to trust me that they were witty and made us all laugh heaps, so then the song. And you can imagine he's all over her and he's loving it and she's loving it, and all the audience save the teeny-boppers in the Gods are loving it.... and then he puts her hand on his bum and stops and says "Ahhhhh, now I can tell you've been divorced" and at the very end, a tonsil-tickling-snogaroonie **sigh**
And as the concert ended with silver confetti raining down on the auditorium, and a quick rendition of Depeche Mode's "Just Can't Get Enough" it's all over..... It feels like he was only playing for 30mins, not 90mins, and somehow I felt that although it was the best experience of my life, that because it had gone so quickly I had been s omehow cheated. But then I realised that's the beauty of a professional and talented performer, as they say, time flies when you are having fun.... And believe me more fun would be had on Wednesday.....
Wednesday I was quite nervous as I was sitting on my own but back to RAH, to rock again... and I never imagined that Wednesday could top Tuesday, oh how I was wrong....
It was in the bar before the show that I realised I was going to have a better time than the night before. The atmosphere was more relaxed and I was chatting and joking more with everyone. I found out that four of my mates were sitting more or less directly in front of me in the front row, by the way did I say I had second row!?! They were threatening to make me the "Hero" girl. Jokingly I said "Well there's four of you, you can just pick me up and throw me on that stage", little did I know they had taken that comment VERY seriously!!!
In the second row I was in total shock even before the concert had started, I was so close and couldn't even begin to imagine the view I'd have from there!!! And it was a great comfort to have the four in front of me, so we could easily turn around and chat and dance together and have a great time!!! Never in my wildest dreams did I think that my mates would upgrade me by squeezing me in the front row with them.... but they did, and I went and it was AMAZING!!!! Just to be there with my friends made the whole concert more enjoyable, and sometimes I even forgot about Enrique on stage as I was having such a laugh joking and messing around with the girls!!! We head-banged and even did an impromptu version of the can-can - everyone around us must have thought we were mad, but who cares, we were having a ball.
Enrique's script changed somewhat that night... In fact he messed around so much he didn't have time to introduce his band or say other stuff he was supposed to from
his "script". He jumped in to the crowd a lot more, trying to run right to the back of floor seating there, and on a couple of occasions he stopped right in front of us and just stood there singing and smiling, coming quite close!!! He stood on the chair next to me and belted his lungs out to the song of the moment and just couldn't be in the audience enough!! I loved it when he stopped and said he wanted to take requests, and we ended up having an acoustic version of "Hero" right in the middle of the concert, so "Hero" twice in one night has to be something to write home about, right!!!
That funny occurrence I was promising you about "Could I Have This Kiss"? Well, as he knelt in front of the backing singer, who was lying in the stage waiting for him to climb on top of her, tough job, but someone has to do it, she was wearing itsy-bisty-teeny-weeny-denim-hot-pants, he looked down at her and his face fell. He mouthed at her "Oh my God, you're not wearing any pants!?!" Those of us close enough to see were in hysterics, and she covered her face in shame and he was in utter disbelief..... he got a view of a lot more than what he was paid to do I tell you! And another joke he said when he was taking requests was "I know! Let's do 'Livin' La Vida Loca'" hmmm Ricky Martin eat your heart out. And the four best people in the world who did everything they could to try to get me to be the "Hero" girl, when I said "There's four of you so you can just pick me up and throw me on stage when he asks for his hero girl" I didn't think they'd actually attempt it.... and they did a great job too, I felt like I was literally on the stage!!! I later found out that I was actually lifted up by one of the girls, while the other three were pointing and shouting "Pick her, Pick her" but all in all that in itself was a surreal experience, being l ifted up and nearly put on stage with all these arms flying about around me!!!
The actual picked "Hero" girl was very funny!!! She was VERY nervous and was shaking and didn't want to get all that close to him, he kept asking her why and I think he stopped the music to and was trying to get close to her and touch her but she was having none of it at that point!! So when he said in a commanding voice "I want you to tell me why you won't get close to me" her answer was the BEST, she said "NO! Enrique, you are just TOO NAUGHTY!!!" His face scrunched up into that heart-melting smile and he bent over forwards laughing!!! But he had his way, putting her hands on his bum, asking her to squeeze it too ;o) And when that oh-so-important-perfect-love-song-ended-by-a-perfect-kiss was coming, she knew it was coming and he had to more or less clench her face like it was in a vice or something and then he went in for the kill!!! Total fireworks-and-lightening-snogaroonie, hehehe!!!
And as for me, did I get a little grope, after being in groping distance? Well, I did in the end, kinda one of the girls grabbed my hand and threw it on his leg, highly embarrassing. I was told afterwards by one of the girls that "You sort of stroked him really gently like he was a wild or dangerous animal, it was really sweet!!!" and I also got my hand groped back by the man himself!!! Thoroughly traumatic to actually pluck up the guts to do it, thoroughly embarrassing to grope him, thoroughly was worth it to get a 'iccle stroke back.
I had the time of my life and it was my friends who made Wednesday so much better, by sharing the concert experience with them. That night, for me, I could have been sat right at the back and up in the Gods but being with my friends would have made it the best time ever, as it made Wendesday night. So I wasn't the "Hero" girl, so I didnt get to touch the sacred butt or have 4000 people only wonder what it must have felt like to have received what looked like the most tender and earth shattering no-tongue kisses ever, so what,
I didn't go to the concerts for that. In fact I am normally so quiet and shy, if that had been me on stage after giving my little "Ok but where's my ring and after 4 minutes do I get half the stage" speech, I probably would have run a mile... actually you SO know I SO would have gone for gold, 'spesh with the butt, hehehe... but I just like to look at him and that is it, far from the obsessive little girlies who think he's going to marry them; and you know I couldn't care less if I never meet the guy in my life.... I have no intention of meeting the guy or even making any effort or attempt to meet him. Besides, as the girl who passed comment on my feeble stroking also said "Jesus we practically offered you to the guy on a plate !!!!!" and as you can tell THAT didn't work!
Can't remember the order but he did all of these songs
Love 4 Fun
Don't Turn Off The Lights
Could I Have This Kiss Forever
I Have Always Loved You
I'm Your Man
One Night Stand
She Be The One
Only You/Solo En Ti
Love To See You Cry
Be With You
Just Can't Get Enough
So, I hope you enjoyed reading my concert report, and I hope you actually found it interesting enough to read rather than just skim through it. If not then I haven't done my job of reporting it back to you guys properly, nor have I done the concert any justice!!
Andy: That's the beauty of music. They can't take that away from you.
- Dialogue from film "The Shawshank Redemption"
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Westlife in Concert
Yesterday I had the pleasure of going to see Westlife's Unbreakable tour in Cardiff... and I have to say they were excellent!! They performed favourites such as 'My Love', 'Flying Without Wings', 'Uptown Girls', and 'When You're Looking Like That'. Here's a more detailed opinion, but ... BE WARNED... IF YOU ARE GOING TO SEE THIS SHOW DO NOT READ ON!!!!
<<< CLOTHING >>>
Basically there were 4 main items of clothing on the tour... at the start they were all black and baggy, and then progressed to white, smart, and scruffy! Excellent fashion and suitable for the songs in the show.... well commended 10/10!
<<< SONGS/VOICES >>>
They performed excellently with only a few hitches, but mostly perfect using many different musical vocal styles! One thing was when they normally hold their voices on for a few seconds in songs... they weren't doing that so much in this show!
The band used and excellent choice of songs, being all of their 11 number 1's and a few hidden extras.... like normal bands do they all sing a solo song each, the boys did this but turned it into a medley on a 60's theme and the other 4 would do a few comedy things on stage and be used as backing vocalists... songs in this medley included 'Twist & Shout' by Shane, and 'Great Balls Of Fire' by Kian! Well done on that!
<<< STAGE >>>
The stage... I must say was fantastic! Not just a boring couple of planks of wood stuck together with faulty nails.... but excellent, high quality, amazing things, 5 screens up the back, and platforms sticking out of the side of the stage, and the musicians set out neatly around!
There were also metal barriers where the boys would sit down on a big circle platform and fly over the audience!
<<< LIGHTING AND PYROTECHNICS >>>
The lighting in the show was truly spectacular... over 200 lights on one stage, using man y different patterns shining on the audience when the band would fly over!!
One bad thing about the show was that many fireworks and flames were used and it's such a small hall area it was quite smokey! But the use of fireworks was once again excellent and flames weren't used that much which was a good thing!
<<< OVERALL >>>
Overall I do believe a LOT of effort was put into making this tour... which by the way kicked off in Cardiff to take the band all around Europe and to Asia. I extremely enjoyed the performance and so did everyone else around me!
Much commendation to everyone who helped to make this show what it was because I was absoloutely astounded by the show and would recommend it to anyone.... tour dates seen below:-
13 Cardiff CIA Arena
14 Cardiff CIA Arena
15 Cardiff CIA Arena
16 London Docklands
17 London Docklands
15 Nottingham Arena
16 Nottingham Arena
19 Belfast Odyssey
20 Belfast Odyssey
21 Belfast Odyssey (Afternoon Matinee)
Belfast Odyssey (Evening Performance)
23 Glagow SECC
24 Glasgow SECC
27 Birmingham NEC Arena
28 Birmingham NEC Arena
29 Birmingham NEC Arena
31 Birmingham NEC Arena (Afternoon Matinee)
Birmingham NEC Arena (Evening Performance)
1 Birmingham NEC Arena
3 London Wembley
4 London Wembley
5 London Wembley
7 London Wembley
8 London Wembley
10 Manchester Evening News
11 Manchester Evening News
12 Manchester Evening News
14 Manchester Evening News
15 Manchester Evening News
17 Belfast Odyssey
18 Belfast Odyssey
19 Belfast Odyssey
21 Belfast Odyssey (Afternoon Matinee)
Belfast Odyssey (Ev ening Performance)
22 Belfast Odyssey
24 Belfast Odyssey
25 Belfast Odyssey
27 Dublin Lansdown Road Stadium
28 Dublin Lansdown Road Stadium
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