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But photos on tickets may catch on.

Ghost wonky-eyed girl.
12th Feb 2007, 21:34   | tags:,

FilbertFox says:

golly what a pretty young lady

12th Feb 2007, 21:43

axel says:

It'll be worth it...

12th Feb 2007, 21:53

glastonbury used to be free, maan

12th Feb 2007, 22:10

Steve says:

You have a terrorist style neck band, I wouldn't let you in :)

12th Feb 2007, 22:20

Dhamaka says:

stunningly stark - I'm sure you'll have a great time

12th Feb 2007, 23:42

swamprose says:

and three addresses.
the house in the country, the flat in London and the villa, just where is that villa again?

have a great time.

13th Feb 2007, 04:19

JokerXL says:

You'd need three addresses to be able to afford it!
Climb over the fence!

13th Feb 2007, 06:04

Helen says:

Getting hold of a ticket is the next stage (on sale in April). This is only the Visa.

13th Feb 2007, 07:04

Dhamaka says:


13th Feb 2007, 08:44

Do NOT approach this woman.

13th Feb 2007, 08:49

OJ says:

It's a great picture. You are scaring me now though.

I think it's the staring. I know you're not allowed to smile in passport photos but shouldn't Glasto be the opposite - compulsory tipsiness/leering/loon dancing in photos?

13th Feb 2007, 11:28

dark eyes ;-)

13th Feb 2007, 12:05

Helen says:

You would have thought so OJ, but they seem to have cut and pasted their photo requirements from the Passport Agency site.

13th Feb 2007, 17:16

lifeofreilly says:

Okay- I can see the resemblance betwixt you and Nonperdeventura (Evelyn) in this photo... :)

13th Feb 2007, 19:39

Rich says:

Bah, Glasto, I'd love to go but something about having to buy your tickets within milliseconds of them going on sale and then providing this level of information just seems to go against the original/defunct hippy dream. of course I am one of the people who jumped the fence back in 2000 and thus caused this situation, so really I have no room to complain whatsoever.

14th Feb 2007, 13:05

mat says:

The hippos all go to the Levellers-run Beautiful Days festival instead, these days. Not that I'm in any state to camp anywhere (tenting very bad for already-achy back/shoulders), but I do miss festivals.

14th Feb 2007, 13:29

Helen says:

Maybe I should have filled in the address as

Big Red Truck

Somewhere on the A56

14th Feb 2007, 15:01

swamprose says:

good address.

now about address 2, 3...?

somewhere ELSE on the A56?

might add that this has completely blown any ideas I had about G'bry...

15th Feb 2007, 03:40

christopher says:

One of my best friends is called Helen.

She, like you, is also rather pretty.

Coincidence? I THINK NOT

Good luck with the Glasto registration :) I remember how it was tough enough to get tickets in 2004, man that was ridiculous. 2003 was my first year, blazing sun all weekend, got so burnt but OH was it worth it. Blissful time. And then, for 2004, it rained. Lots.

Here's hoping you don't have another mudbath! I can't go this year so enjoy it by proxy for me if you get a ticket :)

15th Feb 2007, 23:23

Helen says:

Shush, or everyone will be naming their kids Helen (and possibly ending up disappointed).

16th Feb 2007, 07:59

christopher says:


16th Feb 2007, 13:54

Gael says:

Why on earth would anyone want to saddle a child with such an outlandish name?
; )

18th Feb 2007, 15:19

Helen says:

It's a bit Greek.

18th Feb 2007, 15:45

taniwha says:

I hope that isn't your party face ... I'd hate to get up on teh stage at Glast, shout "Who's ready to rock?!" and get that expression back

18th Feb 2007, 19:38

Helen says:

Hmm, that's my positively euphoric face.

18th Feb 2007, 19:47

taniwha says:


18th Feb 2007, 19:50