The Sands Venue (Gainsborough) Reviews
Description:Address: The Old Town Hall / Lord Street / Gainsborough / Lincolnshire / DN21 2DB
Newest Review: ... and T-Rex and comedy such as Jimmy Cricket, Billy Pearce and Mick Miller and both genuine acts like Alan Price and Liane Carroll and tribute bands like The Amy Winehouse Tribute and Grease Special. After looking through the many acts due to perform I decided on an Abba tribute band called Abba Revolution who was due to perform at the venue at the end of February 2009. I chose Abba because ... more
Customer The Sands Venue (Gainsborough) Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/04/09 (Very useful, 244 readings)
Before Christmas I had the usual stress of buying everything and preparing everything and as always my Husband was causing me more problems than anyone else. I say this because I never know what to buy the man! He is usually very generous to me, as he should be, but I can never think of anything he might want or need. I usually manage to find something but it's usually after a couple of months of worry and stress that I buy something out of pure desperation! Last year was no exception. I had bought a few DVD's and socks and the usually stocking filler type gifts but was struggling for something more substantial. I had noticed that his Amazon ... Read the complete review
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