Tale of Two Cities: Feeling Lucky – put on your Blood Red Shoes!


You can’t live in Paris without becoming somewhat shoe obsessed – how else would I have stumbled onto the band Blood Red Shoes which performed in Paris not long ago (see past post).
Now, if you’re feeling lucky, read the following – and start planning your trek to London for their concert on Tuesday, May 8th at King’s Cross. Thanks to Eurostar, travel between these two capital cities is a piece of gateau. (If you haven’t check out London Logue’s post on music festival tickets, do so!)

Here’s the scoop from Blood Red Shoes:
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Check out the Slideshow at Flickr.com

“yes folks this is our first competition…
we are playing at a location in king’s cross, london on tuesday 8th may, and there are only 40 pairs of tickets available to the public. we are giving them away free, just answer this easy question:

WHAT RECORD LABEL RELEASED OUR 7” SINGLES OF A.D.H.D and STITCH ME BACK?

DOWNLOAD OUR TRAVEL GUIDES

FOR FREE

 

please send yr answer, and your full name to [email protected] (we will NOT accept answers via myspace!!!!)

we will pick 40 random names out of a hat on FRIDAY 27th APRIL, so you have two weeks starting today to get a ticket for yourself and a friend.

good luck!
xx

www.bloodredshoes.co.uk
www.myspace.com/bloodredshoes
www.youtube.com/bloodredshoes

by the way, here’s another trivia question (not necessary for the name drawing competition, but just for Parislogue trivia – did you know how Blood Red Shoes got its name? It sounds macabre and violent – but the origins will be meaningful to any serious dancers . . . (I will post the answer to this trivia question if you don’t find it sooner.).

And here is the answer to this past week’s trivia question:
Pope John XXIII.
Told you you’d never guess this one in a million years.