Monday 29 January 2007
This week at AFC Wimbledon, w/b 29 January
EVERY DAY: Coach tickets for the trip to Tonbridge are available by calling the office between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm on weekdays. Adults are £12 and concessions £7.
MONDAY: Seat tickets remain on sale, via the credit card hotline, for the home league game East Thurrock.
TUESDAY: We are at home to East Thurrock United in the Ryman Premier League where a win will take us up to fourth place. Seat tickets for the game are on sale via the credit card hotline. Tickets for the coach to Tonbridge will be on sale at the comps window before the game
WEDNESDAY: The Under-19s are at home to Weymouth U19s, to be played at NESCOT, in the Football Conference Youth League, kick off 2.00 pm.
FRIDAY: The Under-19s are away to Wealdstone U19s, in the Football Conference Youth League cup. This is an away game but it has been rearranged to be played at NESCOT, kick off 1.00 pm.
Also on Friday, Kingsmeadow Live returns with a regular Friday night spot for our comedy night. Tonight the MC is Sully O?Sullivan, a multi award winning exponent of interactive standup, Sully O'Sullivan's has performed professionally in New Zealand, Canada, the USA and the UK. Sully has been nominated for the NZ Comedy Industry's supreme award by the NZ Comedy Trust and by his fellow performers for the title of New Zealand's Best MC.
First on is Simon Brodkin who boasts a huge talent for creating and portraying an array of instantly recognisable and hilarious characters, with his loveable teenage yob character Lee Nelson becoming one of the big hits of Channel 4's weekly The Morning After Show.
Top of the bill is Andy Robinson who has built up a formidable reputation as a live stand up, having completed four UK tours with Jo Brand and has some rather fine jokes to tell as well as a musical element to his act that is different every time. Television credits include The Stand Up Show (BBC 1), The Comedy Store (Channel 5), Gas (Channel 4) and The Big Stage (Channel 5).
Entry is £8 and £6 for tickets purchased in advance via 020 8574 3335. Doors open at 8.00 pm and the evening ends at midnight.
SATURDAY: The Dons are at away to Tonbridge Angels, kick off 3.00 pm at the Longmead Stadium, in another crunch Ryman Premier league game. For coach travel details, see the top of this feature. Meanwhile, the reserves are at home to Tonbridge Angels reserves at Croydon Athletic?s ground. Kick off 3.00 pm.
On Saturday night we have Kingsmeadow Live featuring FRAUD SQUAD
Newly formed in 2006, the band consists of members who have worked and still are working with Bad Manners, Neville Staple?s Specials and The Beat.
This uniquely blended band strives to deliver the best in ska music quality and generate the same excitement and exhilaration experienced during the Dance Craze period. A typical set includes such songs as ?Too Much Too Young?, ?Pressure Drop? ?Rudi?, ?My Girl Lollipop? and ?Concrete Jungle?, to name but a few. The evening also features DJ spinning bluebeat, ska, two-tone faves with a side order of real deal 60?s soul, power pop and new wave.
Entrance is £7, or £5 for tickets purchased in advance via 020 8574 3335. Doors open at 8.00 pm and the evening ends at 1.00 am.
SUNDAY: The Ladies are away to Reading Royals Ladies in a Premier League game, kick off 2.00 pm