Friendly Stage – Dec. 20th
The pioneer Friendly Stage night on Friday 21st was a great success, with many polished contributions degenerating slowly but inexorably, as the wine flowed, to the final chaos of an improvised ”sea shanty” for accordion, violin and voice. I have the MP3 file…
So, Anna McMullen and Anna Kissell are organising a second open floor creative performance night on the evening of Saturday 20th December. There will be mulled wine and mince pies, and any other goodies brought along by you! This will probably be the last Foundation gathering before Christmas and before many of us go away… So come if you can!
“The Friendly Stage” will take place from 8pm at the Kissells’ place – 164 Lower Cheltenham Place, Montpelier. Bring mulled wine, mince pies or other festive treats. Repeating the blurb from last time (as the message remains constant), Anna and Anna write:
“The performer lies in every one of us - be you a storyteller, rap artist, computer-synthesist, musician, poet, or tap dancer. Come to share your talents, drink wine, eat cheese, and look on with admiration as others bring their art to the floor. Bring a bottle and some cheese. If you would like to perform, email email@example.com. (Late entries on the night also accepted).”
Needless to say you don’t have to be a performer in order to attend – so get it in the diary regardless of whether you have any act of your own in mind. However as the name suggests, this will be an unthreatening forum in which to be creative, extravagant or silly and to eat, drink and be merry!
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