Question: Do any of the FF venues suggest a prison cell?

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Question: Do any of the FF venues suggest a prison cell?

Postby andrewjlederer » 14 Sep 2011, 09:28

If one or more of them does, please let me know.

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Re: Question: Do any of the FF venues suggest a prison cell?

Postby Asli Akbay » 23 Sep 2011, 00:18

Any reason for this question?
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Re: Question: Do any of the FF venues suggest a prison cell?

Postby John Glennon » 01 Oct 2011, 22:08

Maybe he want's to theme a show around it?

The most intimate, small room with a small rectangular performance area for me is the Royal Mile Tavern

With a raised stage, the Globe due to the dank cave atmosphere (minus the audience - with an audience the place is red hot and can be brilliant for comedy)
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Re: Question: Do any of the FF venues suggest a prison cell?

Postby aaron twitchen » 06 Dec 2011, 16:28

Is it Bannermans that is all brick and a bit dingy? It looks like it could be a dungeon? Or were you going specifically for prison cell

I know that doesnt sound like the best sell for a venue - but I did shows there and it was actually quite nice.
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Re: Question: Do any of the FF venues suggest a prison cell?

Postby John Glennon » 06 Dec 2011, 17:06

Hi again Aaron,
Bannermans is built into the footings of a large building so looks like a large, long railway tunnel. It quite a large stage as it is normally a music venue. Yes, it is dank and cool, but due to the size of the stage of and black back drops, it is less "prison like" than say the Globe or Royal Mile Tavern.

The Banshee Labyrinth rooms are bijou and dark with lots of brickwork. As are the stages at Base.

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