rumoured gig @ 93 feet east

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Post by PeteB » 10 Sep 2002 13:59

keeping an eye on http://www.93feeteast.co.uk

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Post by nickking » 11 Sep 2002 00:43

Looks quite an easy venue to get to as well - literally just round the corner from Liverpool Street Station...

Fingers crossed!

l8rs,


Nick :wink:

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Post by graham » 12 Sep 2002 09:13

we are currently looking at 18th october,this is not a total confirmation as yet,Has any one seen a gig there?

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Post by PeteB » 12 Sep 2002 20:38

not been there, but there are pics on their site, also keep hearing the venue mentioned on xfm

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93 feet east

Post by smiley » 18 Sep 2002 15:41

graham wrote:we are currently looking at 18th october,this is not a total confirmation as yet,Has any one seen a gig there?
yep. it's not a bad venue, and is split into two areas.

as you go in there's a hall and a small stage to the left of the entrance.

next door (on the right) is a fairly large bar area (not much smaller than the hall actually) that often has it's own dj playing.

the only drawback is that there may be a large number of hoxton-types (i.e. trendy twats), due to it's location. :(

cheers,


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Smiley

Souflex

Post by Souflex » 26 Sep 2002 11:28

Any news on the gig happening here?

Being Scottish and tight fisted I'm trying to get the cheapest airline ticket by booking as early as possible.

Looking forward to wearing my leather shirt (opened to reveal a medallion or 2), leather trousers and snake skin boots.....who me trendy??

8)

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Post by Rich The Donkey Doctor » 30 Sep 2002 17:11

Graham:

On page 66 of October's MUZIK mag, under a feature about Chill Out/Electronica clubs, there's a mention of 93 Feet East:

"In east London, 93 Feet East maintain their position as one of the best venues in the capital with exciting electronica nights. 'Eat Your Own Ears' runs bi-monthly (the next is October 4th) and has previously welcomed everyone from Ahex Twin to Hairy Butter."

Sounds like a decent recommendation.

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Post by graham » 01 Oct 2002 10:48

Yes the gig is on

Souflex

Post by Souflex » 01 Oct 2002 11:09

quality!

lookin forward to hearin souflex for the first time also seein 808 for the first time in a few years!

bookin me ticket as of now!

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Post by PeteB » 02 Oct 2002 00:58

i'll be there too, following behind will be domin-8 & carlos.

anyone else going?

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Post by Rich The Donkey Doctor » 03 Oct 2002 07:58

Where do we get tickets?

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Post by nickking » 03 Oct 2002 10:16

Depends on whether I can cancel something else that's due to happen that night (a mate's birthday outing, so it could prove difficult!).

With regards to tickets, it doesn't seem to be on wayahead yet, so I'd ring the venue up (from www.93feeteast.com).

l8rs,


Nick ;)

Souflex

Post by Souflex » 06 Oct 2002 08:33

are the tickets on sale yet?

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Post by PeteB » 06 Oct 2002 10:50

93 feet east - 020 7247 3293,

ticketweb.co.uk - 08700 600 100 & 020 7771 2000.

Venue is 150 Brick Lane, E1, London.
capacity is 240 standing / main hall & 220 in the bar.
5 mins from Liverpool Street Station & Aldgate East Station. (opposite Truman Brewery Reception).

opens at 8pm - 2am.

Souflex

Post by Souflex » 06 Oct 2002 13:04

Thanks Pete, I know this already. It doesn't say nowt about the 808 gig on ticketweb though eh? So how to book?

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