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lovinit


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21/08/2011 10:46

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Anyone know were to get tickets for this event other than golf course please?



MrsSnakes



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21/08/2011 12:01

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I think it is 120tl.



CarrieRBag



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21/08/2011 12:02

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Saturday 17th September - Korineum Golf Club



7 - 7.30pm for welcome cocktail, followed by 3 course set dinner including all local drinks - 120TL



Tickets and reservations - please contact Lyndsay Davies at the Korineum, where tickets will be available from end of this week, or call Lyndsay on 0392 - 600 - 1500



Lyndsay will be organising the table plan for this event, although tickets can be purchased from Laurence and Delia by arrangement for those of you who live west of Girne, but wish to attend this event - please call Laurence on 0533 879 6892 or Deia on 0533 839 4007



That is what came in the official email from CiN. Hope it helps.



parkview



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21/08/2011 15:49

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Hi Sue



Thanks for posting the above information.



Tickets are available now from the Korineum Golf Course but as Sue says if you live West of Girne just give me a ring, Delia on 0533 839 4007 to reserve, there are no other outlets selling tickets for this event I am afraid.



the butler


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21/08/2011 20:53

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Would love to go to this event but as the majority of expats are of retirement age isn't the price a little steep? I am afraid I would want to see the real Lionel Ritchie for 120ytl. Just my thoughts.







The butlers wife



Marion


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21/08/2011 22:15

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Message 5 - I agree, but it seems som e people are happy to pay for the wonderful setting of the golf club and the food is good too. It is not my kind of expenditure for a look alike/sound alike.And of course on the same night is the 112 1940's bash, and that is 50tl I think. For a lot of people that is better value for money. But it is the only storyof 'you pays your money and you takes your choice'./

Both events will probably be a sell out!



parkview



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22/08/2011 09:18

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Yes it is more expensive, it equates to approx 40 a night.



However :



1. It is a quality 3 course meal inc beef main course and all local drinks served all night not just 8-11.

2. Both events are being held in 5* venues

3. The artist is being brought from the UK with flights and accommodation involved etc, and is Europes finest tribute to Lionel Richie, not a jobbing singer from the South



Finally whilst all costs are in sterling and Euros our customers on UK pensions have enjoyed a 25% increase in the TL they receive for their pounds.



Basically quality costs - you only have to ask the 642 people that attended our last event in June



The real Lionel Richie would set you back around 80 a seat at Wembley stadium.... so I don't think he would be coming here for 120t a head less all F&B costs etc.



stockiefan


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22/08/2011 09:35

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We attended a function a couple of months ago at the golf club, the food was very good, the drinks kept flowing, great value, this should be no different.



laptagal


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22/08/2011 10:00

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Hi Sue. Is anyone arranging transport from the West?



CarrieRBag



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22/08/2011 15:41

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I am not aware of anyone.... post on the board as a separate item and someone might pick it up.



Pipie


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22/08/2011 22:09

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todays exchange rate Forty quid for a 3 course meal drinks and entertainment in a wonderfull setting ''brilliant''



parkview



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23/08/2011 19:23

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Thanks Pipie - could not agree more!



tomsteel


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23/08/2011 19:29

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Those with -ve comments regarding a charity event - well! We'll be there for our 3rd time in less than 2 years.



parky


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24/08/2011 00:20

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it is definitely a good deal, the children in need foundation always bring over quality acts, i have been to a few and have not had a bad night yet.



Redwine


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24/08/2011 08:41

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MSG Surely even as a pensioner you can afford a one off- why keep going on about being retired if you can't afford to live here then go home. We are retired and go out more here than when we did in UK



parkview



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24/08/2011 17:50

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For anyone attending the Lionel Richie show at the Korineum Golf Club and wants to stay over for the night, you can book a residence double room with breakfast for 70 euros and their newly built Elite rooms for 90 euros with breakfast. To book call Lyndsay at Korineum on 0392 - 600 - 1500



the butler


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24/08/2011 19:50

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Redwine,



I find your post offensive and we can afford to live here and why should we go home just because you don't like the fact I have said I thought the price was a little expensive. We have already booked for 2 concerts at the amphitheatre and a charity night at both Stevies bar and the Joya Restaurant. I don't care how well off you are, or how many times you go out on your pensions, everyone is not the same thank goodness.





The butlers wife



spider


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24/08/2011 22:35

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When we went to see the Manhattans last year I recall that some people I know went and had snacks only at the bar maybe they were not even paying the full price either that we paid for the dinner. I wonder if the very same thing happens all the time as I hear the same people often saying its not what you know here but who you know ! Please Dilia and the good folk who put on the shows for charity I do hope this is not always the case. I do hope that it is not the case for this event too. Very disappointing to have know this happened on that particular evening too.





Spider,X



parkview



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25/08/2011 11:03

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Hi Spider



All Supper Club events are either all inc or a set meal plus discounted drinks, with a comprehensive table plan.



The one exception was the Shayna Beach Manhattans event last September where we tested the water with this venue on a 40tl ticket only basis to see the act.



As it happens 220 people chose to book for dinner directly with Shayna, which meant there were only approx 30 people who attended the show, paid their 40tl to us and brought drinks only. Even the press always pay to attend our events as the Children in Need Foundation are the beneficiary.



All attendees including CINF committee members pay for their tickets. The only edge to be gained is by being on the Supper Club emailing list which ensure advanced notice of forthcoming events, the opportunity to reserve tables and secure the best seats



I trust this puts your mind at rest



ruggy


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Message Posted:
25/08/2011 12:28

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Sounds great value to me, were be there.



Ive just come back from the U.K. and it cost me 100 to go to the Pub on a Saturday night with me mates, how can 40 be anything like expensive !!! Gobsmacked.



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