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bg1: are you allowed to watch a school play

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7y, 2w agoPosted 7 years, 2 weeks ago
if you dont have a son/daughter who go to that school?

asking on behalf of a friend.
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7y, 2w agoPosted 7 years, 2 weeks ago
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banned#1
lol..


in b4 100 angry posts
banned#2
I think its great that you'd want to see one of your school chums in a play. Though you really should pay more attention at school and maybe one day you too could get an acting part.

HTH
banned#3
bykergrove;7449024
lol..


in b4 100 angry posts



:roll: we all know what happened last time,


lets keep it on op's topic tho.
#4
Are they going in replacement of a relative or just randomly watching a play?
#5
Is this the same "friend" who wanted the cheap car...
#6
usually not, unless you go with a parent of. sometimes a ticket is needed, can ask in reception and explain circumstances.
#7
this all depends on the school/authority now-some schools in glasgow wont allow it,and 90 percent of them dont allow photography at any school event-the rules may be different elsewhere,I can only tell you the way glasgow schools do it.

to clarify-what I mean is that relatives can buy tickets,aunties uncles grannys grandpas etc who dont actually have kids at the school but from your op I am inferring you mean someone with absolutely NO connection?
#8
Aren't you in it yourself BG?
banned#9
barky
this all depends on the school/authority now-some schools in glasgow wont allow it,and 90 percent of them dont allow photography at any school event-the rules may be different elsewhere,I can only tell you the way glasgow schools do it.

to clarify-what I mean is that relatives can buy tickets,aunties uncles grannys grandpas etc who dont actually have kids at the school but from your op I am inferring you mean someone with absolutely NO connection?


no pictures allowed that have any kids in them unless all parents agree its ok to take pics
#10
is this you wanting to go and see the JFKs school show btw?:whistling:
#11
baffledsalmon
Is this the same "friend" who wanted the cheap car...


mates uncle wants to go see his friends son perform, he is the kids godfather.
bernyrabbit
usually not, unless you go with a parent of. sometimes a ticket is needed, can ask in reception and explain circumstances.

could I just not go in and get a ticket, or blag my son is involved? hypercritically of course
#12
t0mm
Aren't you in it yourself BG?


He is the curtain puller :whistling:
#13
hncb0809
no pictures allowed that have any kids in them unless all parents agree its ok to take pics


at xmas play we were told its ok to take pics and film, but only for ourselves, not to be published on or offline
#14
black gerbil1
mates uncle wants to go see his friends son perform, he is the kids godfather.


get him to ask parents - if tickets are needed he can go with them
#15
I'd think he'd be allowed to go.
My daughters Godmother will be watching at my daughters St davids Day performance.
#16
cool thanks for the info ill let my friend know
#17
Yes, there is no law saying you can't

/thread

Expire....
#18
J.Dance;7449075
He is the curtain puller :whistling:

I wouldn't trust him with that personally, the kid builds airfix bmw sets.
#19
I would love to see a school play back at one of my old schools but I doubt its allowed, at least at the primary one I think the secondary school has it open to the public but it costs about double.
#20
t0mm
I wouldn't trust him with that personally, the kid builds airfix bmw sets.


but he has to get his dad to buy the glue:whistling:
#21
Hell yeh!

Sup brah? How's the beemer rollin?
#22
top tip: dont wear any pants

I dont think anyone will bat an eyelid
#23
nickw90
Hell yeh!

Sup brah? How's the beemer rollin?

cool brah, BMW is running good, put some new tyres on the bad boy for winter.
numptyj
top tip: dont wear any pants

I dont think anyone will bat an eyelid

ill prob just wear normal clothes tbh
#24
black gerbil1

could I just not go in and get a ticket, or blag my son is involved? [COLOR="Red"][SIZE="4"]hypercritically[/SIZE][/COLOR] of course


WTF?
banned#25
Epic thread.

Go naked!
#26
Avoiding the obvious trap....If you wish to support a local school by attending one of their plays than you are fully entitled to and i think that is very good of you to BG :)
#27
hmmm doesnt sound right to me :w00t:
#28
lilsmithy
Avoiding the obvious trap....If you wish to support a local school by attending one of their plays than you are fully entitled to and i think that is very good of you to BG :)


thanks just want I needed to here :)
banned#29
it may be dark but dont take your fleshlight... i mean flashlight
#30
in b4 pc brigade says why the hell would you want to do that, you must be sick in the head.
banned#31
numptyj
why the hell would you want to do that, you must be sick in the head.


Makes ya wonder huh!
#32
numptyj
in b4 pc brigade says [COLOR="Red"]why the hell would you want to do that,[/COLOR] you must be sick in the head.


he doesnt, he just wants to wind people up by insinuating he does :thumbsup: but you know that :p
banned#33
inb4 another post
#34
it does'nt ring true:?

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