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Jan Warren… LOVE Billy Connolly, my all-time favourite comedian, saw him “live” in London in the 1980s!
Jill Lawrence… I went to that show !!; Love the guy x
Sandie Carlyon… Saw it. He was brilliant
Ian Quinnell… Brilliant show. Loved every minute of it
Peter Houghton… I went to the show and after the show got to meet Billy and he signed my album
Coco Pops… Met him and Pamela Stephenson in a Coffee Bar in Greenwich Village NYC in about 1991. Chatted for about 20 mins.
Neil Cartwright… Opening lines, commenting on the White Rock decor, were something like ‘It’s like walking into a birthday cake …’ A superb evening.
Phil Gill… I was there. I’m still laughing about Mike Smith and the helicopter.
Chris Meachen… I took my mum.. Favourite bit was “do I detect a wee fartie”
Peter Fairless… I was there, we laughed so much our sides still hurt the next day!
supplied by Willie Wicking
Willie Wicking… From the White Rock Theatre, when they were on the same bill as The Rubettes and Alvin Stardust.
Alan Esdaile… Anyone confirm the date?
Daryl Perkins… There was a group of us who made a scrapbook for them…had our picture in the Observer. Think it was around 1975/76. Looking at picture again..different line up. Gerry Sheppard, John Springate, Tony Leonard, Harvey Ellison and Pete Phipps.
Willie Wickings… Loved them back then
Mick O’Dowd… Remember playing football in front of the stage in The Park where they were playing at the Hastings Carnival do with GG. Great guys.
Matt Thomas… This was the panto the following year after I went ill, I went to the panto party and Cheryl Baker had heard of me lol One of claims to fame
Paul Crimin… I worked with Cheryl Baker once, in a studio in St Johns Wood, London. My job was to drop pancakes on her head from an out of shot step ladder. Oh the glamour of it all…
who remembers seeing Breaking Glass at The Classic Hastings?
Tim Brooder… My mum and dad went to the first screening, mum worked for a research company that screened the movies and payed you a quid
Tony Ham… I saw Hazel at The Oasis Club in Rye in 1980 and got my copy of Breaking Glass signed.
Derek Clemans… I saw it at the cinema first time round and I thoughjt it was superb. I watched it again a couple of years ago. I was obviously easily pleased back then.
Barry Upton… Love it
Supplied by Colin Bell
Anyone remember this, or the year? Colin thinks The Glitter Band were also on the bill.
Matt Thomas… 91 or 92 I was in the Yelton sitting next to Les Gray.
Ian Mantell… it was just Sweet and Mud, Brian Connolly was in a bad way but his voice was still strong. A clue to the date is the use of the expression “Brian Connolly’s Sweet” he and Andy Scott had been in dispute over the name and so agreed to identify which band was playing in the early 90’s
Karen Sweatman… I was there dancing like a prat! Think it was around 91. You might be interested to know around 1990 I saw a band at The Crypt called The Wandering Crutchless with two ex members of Sweet in. They were brilliant
Jan Warren… Sweet are playing at The dlwp, Bexhill on The 21st December!
Ralph Town… I think the story of Sweet Mk1 is one of the saddest in music.