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06 March 2006 @ 09:10 pm
Important information for anyone attending the Bloomsbury gig  
This came as a bulletin from the official Patrick myspace, so I'm passing it along here for anyone not over there. Please read it carefully as it concerns anyone thinking of bringing along recording equipment to the gig, as I'm sure no one wants to be thrown out.

From: patrick wolf

Date: Mar 6, 2006 1:11 PM
Subject: Recording in Bloomsbury Theatre
Body: We're pleased to announced that an audio-visual recording of this show will take place. It's a special event and we know many fans are not going to be able to attend or even purchase tickets. The exact plans for the recording are still unclear, but it will be made available to fans in the future.

We respectfully ask that fans do not bring inferior bootleg recording devices with them for this show. In the past, we have not had any problems with personal recordings (or cameras), but as this event is special, we really do not want inferior recordings being swapped, which is why we are going through the expense and effort to make a high quality recording.

Security will be instructed to stop people from recording the show, and you could be ejected from the performance.

So again, we ask that you respect the wishes of Patrick and please share this info with other fans who may be attending the show.

Thanks for your cooperation.

x Team Wolf x
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Katie: patrick is a boy with a pumpkinsassygirl on March 7th, 2006 12:39 pm (UTC)
ooooh, I'm excited for this show, my friend was able to get us tickets from a kind lady at the theatre!

(I made a new icon from a picture I took at the Halloween show, hurrah)
the self preservation societyipomoea on March 7th, 2006 10:03 pm (UTC)
Congrats, Patrick's management posted this morning that they are officially all sold out now!
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the self preservation society: a boy like me don't ever give upipomoea on March 7th, 2006 10:06 pm (UTC)
You know, I really think you might be ok as long as you don't take a camera with video/audio capability. It really sounds like all they're concerned with are people with recording devices. And just to be on the safe side and out of consideration for the filming I'd not use the flash, either.