Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Visiting England - all the Bs

So, we're off on the road again - to England this time.   And we're visiting three Bs - Birmingham, Bradford and Bollington :)  Then up to Scotland for another three gigs there - in Leith, Irvine and Moffat.

Apart form looking forward to lovely folk clubs - the English and Scottish folk clubs are fantastic for great singers and for hearing and sharing wonderful songs - that aside, I always look forward to getting time to rummage around charity shops and finding nice coffee shops.

If any of you have any tips in any of those areas - especially for places that cater for gluten free, I would appreciate any and all ideas.   And even better, if you know of good places to find charity shops, or vintage shops, pass on the knowledge folks :)

We've been getting some lovely reviews for the new album - why not check some of them out at my website - all the details of the folk clubs are there as well -at www.filcampbell.com

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All the best for now
Fil x



7 comments:

  1. Congrats on the album and have a wonderful time in England and Scotland. Sometimes, I so wish I was over there too. Since I moved to California, it's just so far. New York was so much closer.

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    1. Thank you Inger - sometimes I think that we'd get to New York quicker than getting to some parts of Ireland ! But California is so beautiful.

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  2. Hi Fil - I had to look up Bollington - it tell's me it can be viewed from "Nancy's Place" ... that was enough information! Fun.

    Good luck with the tour and enjoy meeting new friends and seeing old ones ... I can't help with your thoughts re gluten free ... etc - though thankfully people seem to be aware of wheat related issues ... so I'm sure you'll find some wonderful places for a coffee and a chat ... cheers and enjoy - Hilary

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    1. Thanks Hilary :) Now I have to go and look up Nancy's Place lol

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  3. Have a wonderful time! Not sure where you'll be appearing in Birmingham but Kings Heath has a new vintage charity shop called Off The Scale selling by the kilo, it's got rave reviews! xxx

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    1. Actually we're going to be in King's Heath - will definitely check that out Vix - thank you :)

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  4. Wishing you a wonderful tour Fil!

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