Monday, 9 February 2009

Peter Doherty, Dundee Doghouse.


There's a 'secret' low key show in Dundee at the Doghouse on Feb 25th 2008.
Tickets are first come first served in a local butcher's shop I think.
First time on the East coast for a while. The venue only holds three hundred so I think we may have a suitable night of mayhem and melody.

33 comments:

  1. Is Groucho's really a butcher"s - my hubby works in Dundee and I've told him to go get tickets!!!

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  2. i'll take a butchers at that...

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  3. please make the same thing in Paris !

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  4. We have done ... many times.
    We have two shows at Le Bataclan early March and have played there loads of times recently.
    Dundee deserves a crack o' the whip this time round!

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  5. Do the same thing in Norway please? Haha..

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  6. Where can we find the band before or after the show on March the 10 th in Le Bataclan ??? I mean, before or after all the mess of 16 years old girls who are going to scream all the gig long ... ;)

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  7. come to zurich again please..

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  8. sadly you´ve never done such a gig in germany :( this would be graet!! but i´ll be in paris, yess :))

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  9. After Le Bataclan .... we'll be having a cup of cocoa and an early night.
    How do I know that your not a 16 year old girl who just wants to find out where we are so you can come along and scream in the hotel lobby?

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  10. Also, what's wrong with sixteen year old girls screaming if they are having a good time spoilsport :-)

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  11. You should do one in Swansea! That would be very good indeed :)

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  12. this is gonna sound proper stupid but is dundeed in scotland or ireland??
    xxx

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  13. PLEASE COME TO THE UNITED STATES

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  14. Pete please come to North Wales I miss having the chance of seeing you since moving from London area

    xx

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  15. Dear me ... that does sound 'proper' stupid ....
    It's Scotland!
    What baffles me is that you have the internet but can't find out.
    Should have paid more attention in geography. ;-)

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  16. I say paisley town hall next.

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  17. Too close to Love St ... Oh sorry that's up the Swaneee now.
    It'd have to be Greenock in that neck of the woods, home of the Mighty Morton!
    Nothing like a bit of regional rivalry to brighten up the day!
    Mind you Frank McGarvey was a wondeful player but not a patch on Andy Ritchie!

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  18. Hola babybear!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:):):)

    Come to Bilbao, we've been forgotten although we've behaved very well:(. You don't love us:(. Why??? We're better musicians than French or German people.snif************
    BárbaraXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  19. cappielow bugle boy9 February 2009 at 21:53

    baby bear you are a legend

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  20. cappielow bugle boy9 February 2009 at 21:55

    baby bear--top man

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  21. Modest as I am Bugle Boy .... I find it hard to disagree!
    ;-)

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  22. OK OK OK, i'm not a 16 years old girl, just a 25 girl who want to enjoy the gig and who's afraid of that mess having already watched some gig ... I'm just afraid cause i want to enjoy Roses Kings Castles and Peter as i never had the chance to see them before ... That's why i just wanted to know where i can find them before, just to have the chance to see them, but, be sure i'm not that kind of girl who scream and come to see her idols crying ... I'm too shy for this !!

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  23. Haha thank you
    yes I could have used the internet but I wouldn't have got half as abused
    well thats good news anyway, cheers :)
    xxx
    ps just realised how proper annoying writing proper is.

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  24. me and my mate are making the trip to dundee from aberdeen just on the hope of meeting pete without tickets, ive been to the doghouse a few times and the bars always open when the bands are sound checking is their a chance of this again to meet my hero?. please reply thanks

    please pete come back to aberdeen again, looking forward to edinburgh in march tho

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  25. Anonymous I cannot advise you to make the trip from Aberdeen to Dundee mate. I can NEVER guarantee nor offer a meet with Peter.

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  26. Maybe you should organise a gig in your hometown for Peter, Mr Babybear. Any chance, or is there some Resistance there? It's a little big planet you know.

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  27. BB I've just spoken to grouchos cause they were taking ages to get the tickets and NOW they've got them their saying the date has changed???!!!! Can you shed any light?

    Thanks

    Laura (Perfect_Sonnet) xxx

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  28. Hi. I'm the features editor with The Magdalen, Dundee University's student magazine. Do you think there's even the slightest chance of a quick interview with Peter prior to his gig in Dundee?

    It would make us the happiest people in the Western world.

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  29. laura, I hope to clear this up for you tomorrow when I get to the bottom of it. It's just come up on my radar.
    Anonymous features editor .... proper channels please, lazy-eye@hotmail.co.uk
    This is a place to leave comment about how great / what a cunt I am not for damn interview requests.
    Sheesh!

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  30. Sincere apologies and duly noted. May I add that I think you're great...

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  31. Thanks Babybear. Hope whatever has went wrong can get sorted out. Laura :)

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  32. all i want to say is thanks thanks thanks for gettin pete to play in dundee! been wanting to see him for ages but a trip to glasgow has always been an expense i can rarely afford.

    also do you know the new date for the gig is?

    cheers!

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  33. COME TO SWEDEN!!!!!!!!!

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