Hey, I'm new here. I'm a 16 year old girl from Germany. I happened to know Tori about 2 years ago and she has turned my whole life upside down I'm looking forward to have a really nice time here and I hope that my English is quite understandable.
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Thanks, I'll work on it, but right now there is the Cornflake Girl Limited Edition on ebay which I want so badly Maybe I should put away a certain amount of money each month... what do you think, how expansive will it be?
Well, I dunno how much it will be for a ticket, have never been to a musical/theatre piece in London. I think it also depends where one is sitting, am sure there are price categories. Had a lil peep online and for most musicals the price ranges between £95 - £115... so that's like an average of around 130 euros per ticket. So count in the hotel/hostel; plane/train and food, will prolly be around 250-300 euros in total? It all depends how cheap you can travel and how cheap your hotel/hostel is.
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Thank you very much for finding all these information but 300€... I think I will have to look for a job now to earn some extra money because I only get 20€ pocket money per month. But it will be worth it, I'm sure
^ You're welcome. Yes, it could be less than 250 - 300 euros, depending how much the tix will be and depending how you travel/stay in London. Well, there are still some b'days and xmas-es to get some extra cash and yes you could take a job... I'm sure it will be worth it tho, it's not like T does musicals each year.
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Unfortunaley I don't have relatives/friends in England so I'll have to look for a hostel and a way to get there. I have to look whether I have so much time to work, I've just been to France for almost 3 months and I still have to repeat things I missed at school But b'days and x-mas are good ideas, it were also my grandparents who payed the 75€ for the Tori concert
^ Well, there will be a LOT of people going from this forum, when the time is near we could arrange something. We do that a lot during tours, we usually share hotel/hostel rooms, splitting the costs! And it's more fun to be in group too. As for a way to London, if you book early (a couple of months before the musical) you should be able to find something cheap. (train/plane) There is still plenty of time and loads of possibilities, am sure something will pop up!
Oooh 3 months in France? Sounds great! And yay for grandparents...