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49 minutes ago, grumpyhack said:

Well right on both counts.  Sorry if it's a repeat question - but goof for you for paying attention.  Anyway over to you crazyfool1.

theres 64 pages :) you are forgiven ..... whilst  I  research a new question feel free to step in anyone  if you have one ready 

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First Pyramid Stage  was in 1971 designed by Bill Harkin on a ley line between Glastonbury and Stonehenge. I think Stuartbert has beaten me to it.

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1 hour ago, stuartbert two hats said:

The current stage was introduced in 2000, the first one was...  err...  1971?

Yep that one :) 1971 

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33 minutes ago, stuartbert two hats said:

I'm going to assume I've got it right and ask this easy one:

What's the biggest stage?

Life is the biggest stage of all and we're all actors. What do I win? 

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31 minutes ago, stuartbert two hats said:

I'm going to assume I've got it right and ask this easy one:

What's the biggest stage?

At Glastonbury it has to be The Pyramid - both in terms of actual stage size and audience capacity. But I worry that this is so simple there has to be a catch. So all the world's a stage. 

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1 hour ago, grumpyhack said:

Extreme eating in Lost Vagueness - an enema with dog food.

Yep, also spraying milk at the people in the front of the audience in her, erm, unique way and also firing ping pong balls.

Was quite a show!  Did you ever witness it?

 

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A few pages back I was talking about John Williams and Julian Bream. This was on telly last night and if you like classical guitar (I do) it’s a good show. 
 

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5 hours ago, ian the worm said:

A few pages back I was talking about John Williams and Julian Bream. This was on telly last night and if you like classical guitar (I do) it’s a good show. 
 

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I really enjoyed it and found his musical journey fascinating.

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