No Hastings Pier ticket join The Madness “Nutty Train” Mile in Bottle Alley by Steve Hall

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SORRY THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED.

Saturday, May 21 at 6 PM – 11 PM

Steve Hall… There are quite a few locals who are massive Madness fans that couldn’t get tickets for the Pier gig, so I think a Madness Party in the newly re-furbished Bottle Alley and on the beach is the next best thing.

I would like to try and set a new World Record for the number of people dancing the “Madness Nutty Train”, with everyone wearing Fedora Hats and Black Sun Glasses ( clothes optional, well it is Hastings!) on the 21st May 2016, the day Madness play live at the Pier opening.

The idea is to get everyone into Bottle Alley, dance the length of it,(1/2 mile) come out and up onto the Promenade, dance along the Promenade (1/2 mile) and then back into Bottle Alley. One Massive Madness Nutty Train! The Madness Mile!.

The World Record attempt would be made at around 9pm when Madness are playing live on the Pier.

Any donations received on the night will be going to the “Hastings and St Leonard’s Voluntary Lifeguard Club”, who do a brilliant job on the Hastings and St Leonard’s beaches.

I have made contact with Anglo Management (Madness News Team) and this is their reply:

“It will take some time to get individual approval from the band members but I can’t see any reason why there would be an objection, you are well within your rights to do it as you please, as far as I can tell”.

For more information…. https://www.facebook.com/events/986915621344062/

and Hastings Observer...

http://www.hastingsobserver.co.uk/news/local/hastings-bid-to-organise-the-world-s-longest-nutty-train-dance-1-7316261

Andre Martin… Thats one of the reasons for all the work on getting Bottle Alley back as a community space and something that is loved by the people, this could be a good way to tie in with the opening of the New Pier.

Pete Millington… Good thinking Andre.

Mick O’Dowd… Brilliant idea but wouldn’t it be better to have it earlier so families could take part and swell the numbers?

Alex Chapman… I am guessing that he chose that time so that people who work on Saturdays are able to attend?

Steve Hall… The event is now cancelled.