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Artist: Bauhaus
Tour name: 1982 - February / April gigs - UK
Date: 1982-02-24
Venue: Old Vic Theatre
Location: London
State: England
Country: United Kingdom

Recordings :
  • Audio
  • Video: official video recording
Concert setlist :
1, Bela Lugosi's Dead
2, The Passion of Lovers
3, In The Flat Field
4, Rosegarden Funeral of Sores
5, Harry
6, Silent Hedges
7, In Fear of Fear
8, Kick In The Eye
9, A God In An Alcove
10, Mask
11, Of Lillies And Remains
12, Dancing
13, Hair of The Dog
14, Hollow Hills
15, Stigmata Martyr
16, Dark Entries
17, Spirit - encore

Released songs of the concert:
A God In An Alcove released on Archive [Single]
Bela Lugosi's Dead released on Shadow Of Light [Single]
Dancing released on Archive [Single]
Dark Entries released on Archive [Single]
Hair of The Dog released on Archive [Single]
Hollow Hills released on Press The Eject And Give Me The Tape [Album]
Hollow Hills released on Shadow Of Light [Single]
Hollow Hills released on The Sky's Gone Out [Album]
Hollow Hills released on Press The Eject And Give Me The Tape [Album]
In The Flat Field released on Press The Eject And Give Me The Tape [Album]
In The Flat Field released on Press The Eject And Give Me The Tape [Album]
In The Flat Field released on Shadow Of Light [Single]
In The Flat Field released on The Sky's Gone Out [Album]
Kick In The Eye released on Archive [Single]
Rosegarden Funeral of Sores released on Press The Eject And Give Me The Tape [Album]
Rosegarden Funeral of Sores released on Press The Eject And Give Me The Tape [Album]
Rosegarden Funeral of Sores released on Shadow Of Light [Single]
Rosegarden Funeral of Sores released on The Sky's Gone Out [Album]
Spirit released on Archive [Single]
Stigmata Martyr released on Archive [Single]
The Passion of Lovers released on Archive [Single]

Shared the stage with:
Gene Loves Jezebel - support band

Photos:
Pix
Thanks to Hauskeeper
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Attenders:
HAUSKEEPER

People who have audio recordings:
akiforhair, bbcube, CAPOMCCOY, Hapcibeno, HAUSKEEPER, max1334

People who have video recordings:
architektur, CAPOMCCOY, Hapcibeno, HAUSKEEPER, max1334

Comments:
2009-11-28 02:25:53 - HAUSKEEPER
Most of you have seen the show so theres not alot I can add about that.... 

The Old Vic's a really cool very old theatre, I think it was more used for plays and theatre than hosting live bands. We were ushered to our seats by some very freindly elderly gentlemen, I remember thinking " Fuck they have no idea whats about to go off". 
The support band pulled out at the last minute, so we were entertained by four ad-libing old geezers playing some wierd kind of jazz, they were actually very entertaining and genuinely funny.
We figured out pretty quickly that that we had crap seats, so we mooched around for what seemed like forever down by the mens toilets. The toilets were right down the front and off to the left of the stage. As soon as the house lights went down we made a mad dash for the front of the stage which was about 20 feet away. Everybody had the same idea,the place eruptedd with people running down the isles and climbing over seats to get to the front. We ended up right against the stage just below were David J stood. 
The crush was unreal, the area between the first row of seats and the stage was like 20-25 feet and it filled up quickly. I felt kinda sorry for all those who had sat nicely in there front row seats waiting for the show to begin, only to find out they were now standing behind a sea of people.
David Bowie was in attendence, he was sitting up on the balcony in a private area off to one side. Word spread pretty quickly so he wasn't hard to spot. He left after a few numbers I think he was only there to check them out for The Hunger movie.

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