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    O/T film crews

    Film crew down at NYS today, we’re there Saturday and Sunday also.

    Any idea what they are filming?

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    They’ve also been filming on Westgate, Moorgate, High Street and Magna Way.

    I’ve been told that they’re making a car commercial.

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    In my neighbourhood over the weekend filming a Friday the Thirteenth movie. Knew I should have never let Mrs CA out

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    They are on tour, currently in Sheffield.

    In between doing short filming

    The band was in town to film a new car advert as part of their Suzuki Surprises series in which they surprise some of their most devoted fans.

    Let’s hope they left us some luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by millertop View Post
    They are on tour, currently in Sheffield.

    In between doing short filming

    The band was in town to film a new car advert as part of their Suzuki Surprises series in which they surprise some of their most devoted fans.

    Let’s hope they left us some luck
    Take That being the band?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grist_To_The_Mill View Post
    Take That being the band?
    Yes, ffs I thought you already said the bands name, I’m seeing things now

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    Was Rick Wakeman there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grist_To_The_Mill View Post
    Was Rick Wakeman there?
    No idea, probably in London

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    Quote Originally Posted by millertop View Post
    No idea, probably in London
    Nice bit of editing but sort of spoils the joke. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grist_To_The_Mill View Post
    Nice bit of editing but sort of spoils the joke. Lol
    I still appreciated it Grist.

    I saw Wakeman with the Strawbs in 1971 at Ealing Town Hall.
    It was the era when solos went on forever. I thought his keyboard solo would never stop. towards the end of it he had pushed his synthesizer right to the front of the stage and was pretending to try and tip it over the edge while the roadies manfully pushed back.

    I was stood next to him in the bar after and felt like telling him that I had hoped the whole lot would have crashed off the stage and put an end to the solo (I didn't)

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