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Pete Atkin
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The Pheasantry - 5th October 2019
« : 19.01.19 at 11:54 »
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.... and for those who couldn't be there on 1st June, maybe this one will be more convenient.  And yes, I'll be there with Simon Wallace again.   Like the June date it's also a Saturday, so I'm hoping that that may make it a bit easier for some.
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Re: The Pheasantry - 5th October 2019
« Reply #1: 19.01.19 at 21:58 »
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Great to see these newly announced gigs. Hoping to be at at least one of them!
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S J Birkill
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Now booking for 5th October
« Reply #2: 15.08.19 at 02:38 »
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Tickets are now on sale for Pete's October 5th gig with Simon Wallace at London's top jazz / pizza / cabaret / supper-club joint The Pheasantry (Kings Road, Chelsea). It's an auspicious time for MVs, as within a few days of the event we'll have not only Clive's 80th birthday (on the 7th), but also the launch of his new book Somewhere Becoming Rain about Philip Larkin, and So Brightly at the Last, Ian Shircore's follow-up to Loose Canon, in which he analyses some of Clive's finest poems. Both book launches are on the 3rd.
 
Get your tickets for The Pheasantry HERE. I've got mine!
 
Steve
 
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Re: The Pheasantry - 5th October 2019
« Reply #3: 30.08.19 at 09:39 »
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Ticket booked and I'm looking forward to it.
They always seem to get a good sound here and the service is good and unobtrusive.
Unlike most music venues in London, people don't tend to talk throughout the performance - or is that because MVs are a discerning bunch ?
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