Tickets for the Coimbra concert went on sale at 10am, fans slept outside all night to get tickets. Vila Nova de Gaia, Coimbra, Porto, Maia, Matosinhos and Vila do Conde have lines several meters long.
Rua de Santa Catarina, Porto, 8 am.
Fans line up for a Coldplay ticket at Rua de Passos Manuel until January 31st. Sophia sits in the door framed by an FNAC poster and nervously twirls the corner of her coat. She’s been sitting here for almost 12 hours. He tells JN, “We got here yesterday at eight-thirty, I hope it’s worth it.” The night was not even too cold, he slept a little, alternating with his cousin. They have been Coldplay fans since the late 90s.
Ana, a few meters ahead and meanwhile already her friend, serves coffee and shoots her: “Laugh, if you don’t get a ticket, no one else can.” The statement seems to bring him some consolation, now that doubts are starting to plague his mind: “What if I can’t buy a ticket?”
After a few meters, teenage friends under blankets create a monster, a figure with more legs than is anatomically possible with so many visible heads. One mutters almost silently, “I want to buy a ticket for myself and my mother to see if I can repay her.” Everyone laughs, he admits that the relationship was “tense” this summer. So, growing pains. However, he says that he really likes Coldplay and Chris Martin and that his favorite song is “Speed of Sound”.
Annabela and Gustavo hug each other, stand very close to each other. “We arrived at 5 am, it’s very hard to be here, but since our relationship started at their last concert here in Porto, we thought we should come.”
Sergio has just arrived, almost at nine in the morning in line. “I can’t sleep here, now I have to wait, if I can, I’ve been waiting,” he says. Despite his confidence, he looks at the queue and counts the people. Luck is thrown.
Fans have been waiting for tickets to the Coldplay concert in Coimbra for more than 24 hours.
Around 500 people line up at Forum Coimbra’s FNAC and Worten stores to buy tickets to a Coldplay concert in May 2023.
Doors open at 10am and fans queue for more than a day. Joao Capitan arrived at the FNAC doors at 8:30 am on Wednesday. “I take turns with my father,” he says.
Shortly thereafter, Sonia Pedro arrived along with the captain. “It was enough to rest and continue the conversation,” he says.
Sisters Joana and Inés Carvalho arrived at the door of the Wortena, one floor above, at 17:00 on Wednesday. “I’ve never seen Coldplay, I couldn’t miss this opportunity,” he admits.
former actor Joao Lamosa continues to fight testicular cancer. At the stage when the situation seems close to a successful conclusion, the boyfriend Philip Torrinha Nunezpsychologist and social columnist SIC, states that there is still a period of considerable vigilance.
In an interview with a magazine new peopleJoao Lamosa recalled the need to remove one of the testicles, replacing it with a prosthesis, and is now embarking on a new stage more diagnoses.
“They removed my testicle and put in a prosthesis. Now it’s time to see if there are metastases. I started with the diagnostic phase, then came the treatment phase, and now I’m back to the diagnostic phase.‘, emphasized Filipa’s partner Torriny Nunez.
However, Joao Lamosa ensures that he has already done “all surgical processes are done there‘, being dependent only on a new phase of continuous observation.
The couple recently attended a gala party. golden globewhich took place on October 2 at the Coliseu dos Recreios in Lisbon and was always very smiling.
Charges were dropped against three teachers who accompanied Jessica Lawson and other students on a trip to France. Seven years after the death of the Englishwoman, the parents are still waiting for answers and the outcome of the process.
Seven years after the death of a young Englishwoman, Jessica Lawson, during a study tour to France, the case being heard at the Palais de Justice in Tulle remains unimpeachable.
All children present at the study visit were minors.
The case has dragged on since 2015 in French courts, and just this week, professors Stephen Lane, Chantel Lewis and Daisy Stothers, who accompanied Jessica and 23 other students, were cleared of all blame, the report said. sky news. They were charged with grossly negligent manslaughter and faced a three-year prison sentence.
This Thursday, Jessica’s mother wrote on the Facebook page of a foundation created in her daughter’s name, the Jessica Lawson Foundation, an emotional text about the death of a child and the development of the process. “No wins, no losses, no draws. Enough. We as a family are proud and stand together. A closeness born of our tragedy. A closeness that continues to grow stronger through our guiding light. Her name is and remains Jessica Lawson. For the past two days, the world media has been chanting her name. And this is normal for our family. Unconditional love is a powerful thing. Immeasurable. I’m Brenda Lawson. I am Jessica’s mother. She is my little girl. No court in any country can take that away from me… ever.”
The teachers’ lawyers argued that the three teachers acted on short notice and that it was an “innocent” accident as it is a protected and protected area. supposedly safe and the child was a good swimmer, but the fact that the pier overturned and capsized made the situation more complicated and caused the teachers to lose sight of the child.
“The territory was examined by a rescuer, the rescuer was present, the flag was green. (…) There was no reason to think that the floating platform could capsize. We do not know if the drowning occurred at the time of the platform overturning. (…) Thus, there is no evidence that they [os docentes e o nadador-salvador] were negligent – therefore they are considered innocent, ”said Marie-Sophie Vaguet, head of the Tulle jurisdiction, deciding not to blame the child for the death.
according to The keeperas well as the rescuer Leo Lemaire, who was on site, and the authorities of the city of Liginiac (from whom they demanded a fine of 45 thousand euros) were found not guilty.
The recent court decision did not please the parents of Jessica Lawson. The parent even left the courtroom after learning that the teachers are experiencing the same pain as the family, the publication reports. BBC.
Queen Margaret of Denmark has apologized for depriving four of her eight grandchildren of their royal titles. However, he did not change his mind about this decision.
The 82-year-old monarchy, which celebrated half a century on the throne earlier this year, announced on Thursday that from next year the children of her youngest son, Prince Joachim, will no longer be called prince and princess.
Therefore, they will only be able to use their titles of Counts and Countesses of Monpezat and will be treated as Excellencies as their titles of “Your Royal Highness” will be “discontinued” according to the royal family.
Helle von Wildenrath Løvgrin, spokeswoman for Countess Alexandra, Prince Joachim’s ex-wife, told CNN on Thursday that Joachim and his children were “saddened” and “shocked” by the decision, which Queen Margaret sees “as necessary proof for the future.” monarchy,” the royal house said in a statement on Monday.
“In recent days, there has been a lot of backlash against my decision to use the bonds for the four children of Prince Joachim in the future. This, of course, affects me, ”the monarch said in a statement.
“My decision was made a long time ago. In the 50 years that I have spent on the throne, it is natural to look both to the past and to the future. It is my duty and my desire as queen to see to it that the monarchy is always in step with the times. Sometimes that means tough decisions to make and finding the right moment will always be difficult,” he added.
The Queen said she made this “adjustment” to allow younger members of the royal family to lead more normal lives, following in the footsteps of similar decisions by other royal families to reduce the monarchy.
“Holding a royal title comes with a number of obligations and responsibilities that will be transferred to a smaller number of members of the royal family in the future,” he said.
Crown Prince Frederick, the Queen’s eldest son, is first in line to the throne. Frederick’s eldest son, Prince Christian, is second in line. Frederick’s four sons retain their titles.
His younger brother Joachim lives in Paris with his wife, Princess Marie, and their two children, Henrik, 13, and Athena, 10. The prince also has two older children, Nikolai, 23, and Felix, 20, from his first marriage. Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg. Although the sons of Joachim would lose their royal titles, they would still retain their places in the order of succession.
“I made the decision as a queen, mother and grandmother, but as a mother and grandmother, I underestimated how much this would affect my youngest son and his family. It gave the wrong impression and I regret it,” said the monarch.
“No one should have any doubts that my children, daughters-in-law and grandchildren are my great joy and pride. I hope that now we as a family can find the peace to find our way through this new situation.”