I still have some tickets left, so forget about the deadline.
If you haven’t yet put your name forward, there’s still time to do so.
Please read the following very carefully before you leave a message. Ineed your full name and full postal address, the same for any of your guests (three are permitted), and greatly appreciate one post with all the details included (as opposed to several disjointed ones).
When they’re gone, they’re gone, so please don’t deliberate for too long.
The North American premiere of ‘Remember That Night: David Gilmour Live at The Royal Albert Hall’ – on Saturday 15 September – is to be a private event held at London’s Brixton Ritzy… and I’m inviting all our ‘Irregular’ friends.
So, that’s another opportunity for a fan get-together in the capital, if you fancy it.
Let me know if you’d like to attend and I’ll see how many of you I can fit in. I’ll even give you up to four tickets each so that you can take three of your friends along with you (thus guaranteeing a place in their good books just in time for Christmas).
However, if you’re not a regular contributor, please don’t bother reading any further.
I hark on about our ‘Irregulars’ often enough, and stress that anyone can join their ranks if they only joined in. As I anticipate more names than actual tickets, I have to prioritise, and I like to reward those who are loyal to this blog.
If you are an Irregular and can get to the Ritzy Picturehouse at Brixton Oval, Coldharbour Lane, London, SW2 1JG by 8PM sharp (UK time) on Saturday 15 September, I want to hear from you.
I need your full name and postal address, plus the full names and postal addresses of up to three of your friends. Manage this in just one post and you might hear from me on Monday.
If you don’t, you haven’t been chosen. You can’t all win, sadly.
Tickets are non-refundable and, obviously, I want all ticket-holders to attend. There will be a small crowd in attendance and I don’t want it to get any smaller just because you aren’t 100% certain that you can be there. Therefore, please only express your interest if you are absolutely sure that you can attend. Other fans will miss out if you win tickets and, subsequently, waste them.
Furthermore, if you find that you cannot attend for any reason, yet your non-blogging friends can, they will not be eligible. You need to attend to get your friends in. So, why not get your mates to wrap you up in cotton wool and look after you for a week or two? It seems a shame to miss an opportunity to be pampered rotten, doesn’t it?
This is an out-and-out ticket give-away to our Irregulars. Again, all I ask is that you:
– Include your full name and address,
– Include the full names and full addresses of up to three friends,
– Promise that you will all show up on the night and look dead keen,
– Do all of the above in just one brief post.
Time is of the essence. If you give me incomplete details, or send your names in dribs and drabs, you have no chance. One post with everything I need, please. No excuses. No favours.
For the record, you can’t sell your spare tickets. You can’t even give them away. You, and your guests, need to be on the guest list to get in.
That’s why I urge you to choose your guests carefully and be sure that you are all able to attend before contacting me. If you can’t do this, then know that somebody else can – and will.
If I do not have your full details by
1PM Friday (UK time), then you’re too late to be considered, so don’t dilly-dally. As soon as my tickets are gone, they’re gone.
I promise not to advertise a surprise party at your house and make a mess on your front lawn while you’re away. Your names and addresses will never be published, shared, sold, or anything irritating like that.
Good luck and remember: one post with all your details, please. Just one.