thanks for the add. It was great to see your show again(in sunderland…..even tho I live in NEWCASTLE!!!!!) thanks for the photos and autographs afterwards too. you’re great,love Nikki xx
Hey Steve & Emily, I had a fantastic time at vampires rock on the 15th november i enjoyed it that much ive booked tickets for you christmas show and next year and i cant wait to come see you guys again! I was a bit worried when i forst got my tickets as im a huge country music fan thats why i came to see the dolly show and Emily you were fantastic i could listen to you sing everyday all day! and i heard about vampires rock by one of the girls in the audiance and she said i should go see it so i thought if its anything like dolly i would like it boy was i wrong it was the total oppesit of dolly but I LOVED IT!!!!!!!!!
i loved it so much i bought the dvd and cd and as soon as i got home i booked my tickets! i gotta get my fix of vampires rock now before i move to America next year! :o( so you guys better come to USA so i can come see you guys! either that or i’ll just have to come back once a year and see the show!!!!
KEEP ROCKING ALWAYS
number 1 fan
We totally missed getting Stringfellow’s autograph & half the band because things got so crazy & people were pushing & shoving. I would totally agree with organising this better… or maybe just NOT announcing that they will be out afterwards… diehard fans would stay anyway, so it wouldn’t really matter.
I have read a few reviews about how difficult it is now to get autographs of Steve and the cast due to the number of people staying after the show. This doesn’t worry me so much as the possible danger to the guys if the crowd should get out of control. I’m wondering if Steve should think about organising a sit down area for them to sign autographs, where things can be more controlled, Plus after the show they must be tiered and would probably appreciate the chance to catch there breathes. Photographs could then be done afterwards when things are a little less hectic. I know they love to mingle; however his new popularity it would seem may mean curtailing things a little before someone, either artist or fan gets hurt in the rush. Especially with the growing number of young fans. When I went to see my friend Stephen Bayliss recently at the guildhall he had to jump behind the coat collection desk to stop the ladies manhandling him. (I just waited until it was quiet for my hug and Kiss)
How do you all think about this, are you as worried as I am?
Hi, I’m Shaz I was taken to see VR at the concert hall in Aberdeen last night (14th Nov) for my birthday and i can honestly say that it was the best birthday present ive ever been given i loved it!! the show is amazing and i have already told those closest to me that i will be goin to all future shows whether i have to travel for miles to see them. u guys rock…keep up the brilliant work
p.s i am now madly in love with jordan….can i have him for christmas please? hehe
hey steve how u doin????????? fantastic show last nyt in Sunderland – we had our tickets for months and ive been so excited 4 it and it was worth the wait. look foward to the bat symphony
keep rockin’ lv rachel xxxxxxxxxx
Well, we have just got back home now. The show last night was totally incredible incredible incredible – everybody was rockin. What a superb show Steve and gang. The new band line up are brilliant. Emily as ever was brilliant – Shereen too – rockin with the best of them. You were on top form as ever. Lovely to meet all your new band members last night – an absolute pleasure – glad you remembered us too – who needs The Sands Centre after all…………………………… Guys we can’t wait to see you again – Steve the show just gets better and better. Just can’t tell you enough how much we love the shows. Keep rockin and thanks for once again providing a brilliant show. See you Blackpool. This is posted in TMLT topic but wanted to post it personally also.
Helen and Graham. (Carlisle) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Hey Guys, just got in from seeing the show at sunderland, 4 years on the row now, and going to see the show in london, class new songs in the show, “changes” the duet with toyah amazing, missed some of the old band, bloody mary and reenie, overall the show continues to give more than promised each and every time i see it, ive got one totally jealous friend who has missed the show again, looking forward to london, and the new show in 2009, Allan F
What a tremendous show!! My wife and i travelled to Blackpool from Edinburgh for the Vampire’s Rock. A spectacular event that rocked our world. Truly awe inspiring performances from the whole cast that left us with smiles bigger than the proverbial Cheshire Cat. Great story with fab one liners and a comic performance from Stringfellow. Fantastic singing and dancing from all performers and musicians (ROCKERS) involved. The banter with the audience was brilliant. We are now in anticipation of the next event, ‘Bat the Symphony’. Bring it on.
Thanks Mr Steinman for a fantastic production and may the rest of the tour be as fantastic as Blackpool.
Jason and Louise – Edinburgh XXV
Hi Guys, I went to see Vampires Rock at the Music Hall in Aberdeen on Friday night and what can I say? It was an absolutely fantastic show! The music, the singers, the “one-liners” were all amazing – especially the one from Stringfellow about Scumdee, classic! I did half expect Toyah to burst into “It’s a mystery”! I must have still been subconsciously thinking about the show as I was singing in my sleep….
I can’t wait to see the show again next yr and I will defo be going to see Bat Symphony. Steve – what a guy!
Teresa – Aberdeen
Show was absolutely fantastic but you are too big for glenrothes, Also seen you in the edinburgh playhouse so much better much more atmosphere , Keep it running forever you are all fantastic love Karen L.