2 for 1 on Women of Rock Charity event @ Royal Albert Hall London £51.75 @ See Tickets - HotUKDeals
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Not for me but some may like it. Prices on the linked page are for each ticket, they need to be bought in pairs.

WOMEN OF ROCK CHARITY CONCERT
ROYAL ALBERT HALL

1 NOVEMBER 2009

STARRING MELANIE C, JOSS STONE, BANANARAMA, BONNIE TYLER, ESCALA AND MORE!

Celebrating a decade dedicated to supporting breast cancer research and awareness programs, Hard Rock International today announced plans for its Hard Rock's PINKTOBER Presents: Women of Rock charity gala event. Scheduled for Sunday 1 November at the Royal Albert Hall in London, the concert will stage exclusive performances from some of the foremost females in modern pop music, including Melanie C, Joss Stone, Bananarama, Jamelia, Bonnie Tyler, Escala, Sharon Corr and Tulisa (N - Dubz), plus the leading ladies from the West End hit theatre show Mamma Mia.

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#1
"Women of Rock" and not a single rock artist in the bill? L.A.M.E.
#2
Wait a mo. This is a charity event and they're selling the ticket two for one?

Great way to support a charity.
#3
ravenheart
"Women of Rock" and not a single rock artist in the bill? L.A.M.E.


exactly what i was going to say. Just cheap feminist advertising aimed at the stupid. Surely false advertising. Rock? dont make me laugh.
#4
So I get two women for the price of one?

Sounds like a good deal to me :)
#5
TheProf
Wait a mo. This is a charity event and they're selling the ticket two for one?

Great way to support a charity.


Well I guess they would rather have a seat at 50% off than an empty one at £0. Of course nothing stops you donating the remainder of the saving to the same charity.

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