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BT London Live: Cast + Dodgy + Amy Macdonald
A series of events at Hyde Park, offering a unique opportunity for you to enjoy the excitement of the Games on six giant screens - including the UK's largest at 144m² - giving unparalleled coverage of every Olympic medal live throughout the day, for the duration of the Games.
Outdoor arts performances will be staged across the site (Monday – Friday only) with performers from the London Outdoor Arts Festival stopping off in Hyde Park. The free to access days will kick off with a very special performance in Hyde Park by the legend, the voice – SIR TOM JONES. Tom will be on the main stage on Saturday 28 July 2012 at BT London Live.
Sports participation opportunities will include six specially created 'Have a go' areas. Open to all ages and abilities, there will be a range of Olympic and Paralympic sports to try out from Handball, Athletics, Hockey and Equestrian simulators, to Paralympic sports including Sitting Volleyball and Wheelchair Basketball.
Olympic and Paralympic sponsors will also use Hyde Park to showcase and entertain visitors with a number of fun and interactive public pavilions being created especially for BT London Live.
Access to BT London Live Hyde Park and Victoria Park is FREE, just walk up and join the fun. There are a limited number of Guaranteed Entry Tickets available for those who want to ensure they don't miss out on a particular day or their favourite sport. These tickets allow guaranteed entry before 2pm. After 2pm, entry is on a first-come, first-served basis, but due to likely demand, may be subject to queues.
BT will also be opening the doors to BT House at BT London Live Hyde Park. Open from 27th July to 12th August, BT House will feature meet and greet sessions with sporting legends including Dame Kelly Holmes, decathlete Daley Thompson, rower Greg Searle, ex footballer Martin Keown and Paralympians Ade Adepitan and Liz Johnson.
See www.btlondonlive.com for further information and to secure your tickets.
Originally formed in 1992 from the ashes of two of the most legendary and lauded guitar bands of the time, The La's and Shack, Cast released four albums (three of them top 10), and had ten top 10 singles. The second album also went platinum. During that time, Noel Gallagher described watching the band as "a religious experience", and at release 'All Change' was the highest biggest selling album of all time for Polydor.
After the band's split, Power released three solo albums, and has played intermittently since 2005 with the reformed La's. A decade later, and the original line-up of John Power (guitar/ vocals), Liam 'Skin' Tyson (lead guitar), Pete Wilkinson (bass) and Keith O'Neill (drums) have reunited with original producer John Leckie (Stone Roses, Radiohead, The Fall) for 'Troubled Times'. The reinvigorated band have produced an album full of the anthemic, melodic and beautifully written songs for which they have always been loved by their fervent fanbase.
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The first time round, Dodgy were only together for seven years but in that time they sold over a million records worldwide, released three albums and 12 Top 40 singles, including 3 Top 10s and the Top 5 hit 'Good Enough', still a staple of the Radio 2 playlist.
Now back together, the definitive line up of Nigel Clark, Andy Miller and Mathew Priest bring us those catchy summer hits including 'Staying Out For The Summer' and 'In A Room'.
'Dodgy's new album is a revelation’ (The Guardian).
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