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I was thinking that!

So was I,I wonder what we can do,seeing as the 'Law' is turning a japs eye to all the law breaking this guy is up to!

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We had a gig at Hoko 10 in town last night.. there was 5 bands on and the last band was brilliant. local lads too ... illustrators .. if you get a chance to catch them live :) go for it.. great show!!

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We had a gig at Hoko 10 in town last night.. there was 5 bands on and the last band was brilliant. local lads too ... illustrators .. if you get a chance to catch them live :) go for it.. great show!!

Hoko 10? What kind of a name for a venue is that?

You would never catch the Joy Divisions or the Velvet Undergrounds playing in a dive like that. :angry:

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Hoko 10? What kind of a name for a venue is that?

You would never catch the Joy Divisions or the Velvet Undergrounds playing in a dive like that. :angry:

Hoko 10 is actually one of the nicest places i've been to see local bands play.

Just down from the Theatre Royal, Pints £1.50 all night, doubles for £2, and i'm pretty sure its buy one get one free on pints before 8pm.

Lovely atmoshere, and cosy too!

Anyone who enjoys a birra acoustic; my mate's doing a set there on the 3rd Feb.

Should be good :)

Never judge a place on it's name. I thought it was a chinese/japanese place when i first heard about it.

Quite wrong.

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Hoko 10 is actually one of the nicest places i've been to see local bands play.

Just down from the Theatre Royal, Pints £1.50 all night, doubles for £2, and i'm pretty sure its buy one get one free on pints before 8pm.

Lovely atmoshere, and cosy too!

Anyone who enjoys a birra acoustic; my mate's doing a set there on the 3rd Feb.

Should be good :)

Never judge a place on it's name. I thought it was a chinese/japanese place when i first heard about it.

Quite wrong.

An oxymoron, Shirley?

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An oxymoron, Shirley?

Not really, i was sticking up for the place not the music that's played there

and just because he's my mate it doesn't mean i have to love his music!

..am i getting too defensive?

oh well :D

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