Heart and Hand live show tonight

TN8

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#19
I was too late to get a ticket - again.

But I'm just back from a night at the Eastmuir Lodge in Shettleston, guest speakers were Derek Parlane, Bill McMurdo and Tam Cowan (who was actually very funny).

Parlane was a really good speaker, before my time as a player but some great stories about his goal v Bayern and a couple of old firm games. And pumping Miss World! Still a handsome bastard at 65.

Wanted to ask McMurdo about why his son was an absolute fanny but it wasn't the time or place for it.
 

WBD

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#29
1st live show for me. Really enjoyed it. The thing that struck me was the respect the guys got when speaking, no people talking amongst themselves. Great venue. Nice to meet the podders.

The songy guy :D:D
 
#32
1st live show for me. Really enjoyed it. The thing that struck me was the respect the guys got when speaking, no people talking amongst themselves. Great venue. Nice to meet the podders.

The songy guy :D:D
Me and my mate had to move from the back corner because 3 inconsiderate guys were talking loudly as if they were in a pub which made it difficult to hear and concentrate. They weren't even listening to the speakers in the second half. They were a minority though. 99% of folk there had respect for those interested in listening.
 

Skeletor

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#35
Me and my mate had to move from the back corner because 3 inconsiderate guys were talking loudly as if they were in a pub which made it difficult to hear and concentrate. They weren't even listening to the speakers in the second half. They were a minority though. 99% of folk there had respect for those interested in listening.
Sadly you also get a banger or 2.

At the Clint Hill night there was a some tadger in front of my trying to heckle.
Every time someone spoke, he shouted something and giggled with his pal until Davie told him to “shut the %^*& up”

We’re a broad church, sadly that means we get a few fuds
 
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