Atelier EC1 by BridgeStreet Worldwide

30 Greville Street, London, EC1N 8AF, United Kingdom
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Coldplay Concert in September

by spacedust

We intend to fly to London from India for a Coldplay concert in Wembley in September. Unfortunately, there are no tickets available. I was informed by colleagues in London about a website called Does any one have any experience with purchasing tickets online via seatwave.. We are just a lil worried that we come all the way and the tickets dont get delivered to us as this site deals with reselling of tickets(which could ebd up being a very big killjoy :-)
Any view that you guys may have is appreciated!

Re: Coldplay Concert in September

by Paisleypaul

Keep looking at the web sites that are now saying sold out - that may change, and in fact almost always does for "stadium rock".

Once the exact dimensions of the stage the band will deploy is known, and the size of the lighting rig, the Health & Safety Executive will determine the width of the escape routes and clearances required, and, almost invariably, 5000 extra standing tickets will be available on the pitch, or two other 1200 person blocks of temporary seating can be squeezed in.

Re: Coldplay Concert in September

by doodybee

most gigs in the UK seem to release extra tickets at a later date
we use ticketmaster usually and they deliver to our home address

when we went to see iron maiden in prague i booked tickets through DC Prague website and they delivered to tickets to our hotel in pragua on th eday of the concert - we were initially worried that they wouldn't deliver but all turned out well - don't know if you can get a ticket company in england to do the same though

hope you sort something out

Re: Coldplay Concert in September

by Rosstipha

How much you paying from seatwave...

To be honest id only but tickets from Ticketmaster, seetickets or aloud in the uk. There are some scammers out there.

im guessing if there selling them on there gonna be at a premium, if your willing to pay more than face value just head down to wembley on the day there will be plenty of touts doing business, this is illegal but is pretty much standard cause at wembley and in every event in the uk.

Bit of bartering and you'll get a ticket no problem and probably for less than seatwave.

Theres no risk in this as there will be loads of people doing it.

Re: Coldplay Concert in September

by doodybee

yep the touts were at heaton park on sunday for the oasis concert, razzmatazz in barcelona
and at san siro for an ac milan game we went to so its not just concerts/gigs these guys are involved with

i would have said the same thing except i didn't want to incite a crime but as long as someone else has said it then fair do's -
you'll be ok most likely one way or another

Travel Tips for London

I know most of the people...

by baserena

I know most of the people suggest to go to Camden market...and i do too....but don't forget to visit the catacombs. They are in the antiquities section of the of colours, people and atmosphere.
Then following the massive crowd that every sunday invade the market, go in the foreigner food area and have whatever u want...chinese, japanese, indian, italian food...all of them are cool. Before going away have a look of the very famous CYBER DOG shop(pic on the left!) and if you didn't spend all your money buy a CD of the typical trance or hard house londoner music. When I'm away from London i miss the real londoner tradition to have a kebab after clubbing. Everywhere in London it's possible to found a kebab shop.
Try one!

Want to send a postcard or letter?

by Travelchili

Here are the price zones and postal rates when you want to send a postcard or a letter.

Price zones:
1. Europe (includes western and eastern Europe)
2. World zone 1 (the Americas, Middle East, Africa, Indian sub-continent, most of SE Asia including Hong Kong)
3. World zone 2 (rest of the world)

Postcards ?0.38, ?0.42, ?0.42
Weight not over 10g ?0.38, ?0.47, ?0.47
Weight not over 20g ?0.38, ?0.68, ?0.68
Weight not over 40g ?0.53, ?1.05, ?1.12
Weight not over 60g ?0.69 ?1.42 ?1.56 Once you have bought yourself the right stamps, you can drop your postcards/letters off in any postoffice or letter boxes similar to what you can see on the photo.

Visit Buckingham Palace. How...


Visit Buckingham Palace. How can you miss this one? One thing we did not get to see is the changing of the guards. Try as we did, we could not get up early enough in the morning to catch the changing of guards at 9.00am.

Fish and Chips

by b1bob

Outside of Britain, when one thinks of British food, fish and chips is among the first thing that comes to mind. They are taken in Britain, not with ketchup, but with a spot of malt vinegar. I attempted a photo of my tour group taking fish and chips along the banks of the Thames the evening of 6 July 1986, but it was too dark and the photo didn't turn out.

You won't need much, but...

by thisisbanane

Obviously, if you are worried about pickpockets take something secure. I had my card and phone nicked once in my first year in London, out of my bag on the bus. My own fault really for not making sure it was all zipped up and in my lap. Oh everyone says bring an umbrella but honestly, it doesn't rain that much, especially in the summer. However you might want an umbrella in Trafalgar Square if it is breezy - the fountains get blown right at you! Definitely bring what you can. An A-Z map. And don't worry about looking like a tourist as you wander around with your A-Z: residents do it too! Just try to buy a small one if you are staying quite central. (The small ones don't cover the further suburbs)

Time Out magazine. This has all the listings for all entertainment.

An Oyster card. Pick up a leaflet for this travel card as soon as you get to London. It is a swipe card for use on tubes, buses and trams which you top up with money on pre-pay. If you use Oyster instead of paper tickets, the fares are up to half price - a definite money saver!


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