Darlington Train Station spotted in new Lewis Capaldi Netflix documentary
Darlington train station has featured in Lewis Capaldi’s new Netflix documentary after pizza was delivered to him a few years ago.
The new documentary is set to release on April 5, and a new trailer has revealed just what the new film is all about.
Eagle-eyed viewers might just spot a North East railway in the trailer after the artist ordered pizza to his train in July 2020.
The singer behind the hits, 'Someone You Loved, Hold Me While You Wait, and Grace,' managed to persuade the pizza firm to meet him at Darlington railway station.
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Travelling between Edinburgh and the capital, Capaldi had discovered the LNER buffet was out of action early into the journey.
Desperate for a midday fix, Capaldi launched an appeal for a Domino's which had fans going wild, spurring the firm to do the right thing.
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Jumping to the rescue, Domino's agreed and asked the Northgate Road branch to cook up his favourite meal.
Meeting Capaldi with just minutes to spare, a delivery driver from the Northgate Road branch 'hot footed' it to safely deliver the goods.
He later posted his delight on social media which revealed the heartwarming message that Domino's staff in Darlington had written.
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The message said: "Someone you loved. We live to make your heart beat better. Eat me while you wait."
Stores and Community Manager at Domino’s, Rachel Townsend said at the time: “Lewis Capaldi knows nothing delivers like Domino’s, and our Darlington store hot footed over to the station to deliver Lewis’ favourite Pepperoni Passion pizza in the nick of time before his train moved on.
"We’re so glad we could help him in his time of need," she added.