lifetimefanofqueen wrote: toffeegirl wrote: It would have been nice to have seen it in Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Glasgow, Cardiff Belfast etc....
I appreciate that Queen have fans worldwide (and I'm delighted that this exhibition is going to be touring the world) but as a British rock group I would have thought there would have been more loyalty to their UK based fans?
I don't know why I'm bothering to post this comment as it seems 'as long as I've seen it, it doesn't matter...' attitude is alive and kicking on this forum.....
Thanks to the o/p for the information.
agreed, i couldnt afford the train tickets from bridgnorth (close to birmingham) to london, i know people on facebook that have been and said i should have gone -.-"
so ive attempted to make my bedroom look like it by printing Queen pics off, guess how many seconds it took to run out of ink, two wee pics printed and the thrid comes out purple....great.....-.-"
You never know, there may be a couple of UK venues included, hope so.
Having travelled to watch Queen all over Europe I don't expect everything to be on my door step. To stress again I KNOW that the band have a massive worldwide fan base who have every right to see the exhibition
My point is that life doesn't begin and end in London and as you have quite rightly pointed out, not everyone can afford to get there.
Look forward to Jacky releasing the dates.