Bitlive Reunion

MEET CANCELLED


Did you enjoy Bitlive and the characters there? did you not manage to meet some of the guys? Well nows your chance to meet some of the folk who you either missed or want to meet again. Maybe you never went and just want to join in the fun. The gathering is in Manchester (North Of England) at the waterhouse pub is a great chance to meet some of the friendly folk from the scene over a few beers.

The Friday meet isn't the official meet but many people will be there sharing a few drinks with old friends, but anyone who wants to come to the friday meet is very welcome.

The Saturday meet is the official Gathering meet where we will meet up in The waterhouse pub for a few early drinks before grabbing a bite to eat and then living the rest of the day and night up in the Lively City of Manchester.

BE AWARE: This is not a Bitlive event, there will be no c64 music, no bands, etc. This is just a gathering where people from the scene will have a great night around the town of Manchester will fellow sceners.


Attendees:

Neil Carr (Remix64)
Barry Thompson (Thomsk(remixer))
Lee Bolton (Peek 'n Poke)
Jeff (Octave Sounds (remixer))
Infamous (remixer)
Warren Pilkington (ex HVSC)
Glyn R Brown (remixer)
M.A.F (remixer)

Unconfirmed: Two c64 composers

More to follow....

Please inform me if you are coming by e-mailing me at: tas@remix64.com



Directions to the pub

To help finding your way to the Waterhouse pub) we have put a red circle around the location on the map below.

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Accomodation suggestions

Ibis Hotel, 96 Portland Street, Manchester M1 4GY

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Ibis Hotel, Princess Street, Manchester M1 7DL

open_in_newIbis Hotel (Princess Street)

Travel Inn, 112-114 Portland Street, Manchester M1 4WB

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Premier Lodge, Bishopsgate, 7-11 Lower Mosley Street, Manchester M2
3DW

open_in_newPremier Lodge

Premier Lodge, North Tower, Victoria Bridge Street, Manchester M3 5AS

open_in_newPremier Lodge (North Tower)

Out of all them, the Ibis on Princess Street is most likely the best way to go - it's not expensive, it's a short walk from Piccadilly train station, and is also on the same street The Waterhouse is on (albeit about a 500 metre walk) so at least everyone won't get lost.

Thanks to Warren Pilkington for all his help.