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Tuesday 17 March 2009 12.56pm
From the Crockatt & Powell blog:
http://crockattandpowell.blogspot.com/2009/03/light-at-end-of-tunnell.html

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Tuesday 17 March 2009 10.46pm
Ummm....Crockatt and Powell's blog is about as interesting as Leake Street currently is whereas just after the Cans Festival, there was a myriad of different styles. Now it's just a whitewash, literally, of the same stuff over and over
Saturday 21 March 2009 4.57pm
The music this afternoon was of an ecclesiastical nature:


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Thursday 7 May 2009 1.09pm
So this is what is going on in those arches south of Leake Street

http://www.tunnel-228.com/intro/

It's a Punchdrunk / Old Vic / Young Vic collaboration.

Book your free tickets now...

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Thursday 7 May 2009 2.07pm
Thanks James. Booked.

...if you press it, they will come.
Sunday 10 May 2009 7.23pm
FYI - it is possible to turn up and get in without a ticket, provided they're not too busy.
Monday 11 May 2009 2.12pm
Is it? The website says they're fully booked.

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Monday 11 May 2009 3.25pm
Yes, we rocked up on Sunday afternoon, there was no queue. I meekly said we were local and wondered if it was possible to get in and we walked straight in.
Tuesday 12 May 2009 8.28am
Oh, thanks for that. Maybe I can give a friend my slot and still get in with them myself. I'll go away and practice meek ;0)

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Wednesday 13 May 2009 7.09am
Crikey James the tunnel- 228 link sent me eyeballs all over the place! I'll try again with dark glasses..:-)
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