Come along it's free,
a last chance to catch some of the summer folly of the Pop Ups with all the various artists. They will be joined by the rest of the company to share an informal selection of Shallal's latest work and in the moment improvisations, as well as music, song and poetry!
Free entertainment followed by tea and cake who can resist!
Wednesday 28th September is Shallal 2's first trip away together, yes we did Porthmeor at St Ives, but this time we have a mini bus to get to Wheal Martyn Museum to properly start our research and development "Clean Dirt" as Jo Lumber calls it! it seems a good working title! Show in the Spring.
So that percolates away along with a report back to the wonderful 'don't wish to be named' foundation which funded our Wardrobe Project. Many thanks to them.
Victoria and I go to a meeting next week with Falmouth Art Gallery developing Sketchbook possibilities.
A meeting today with Lou Brett and Barbara Santi, acknowledged as executive producers in their role in Doorways - many thanks to them, some of the unsung 'back stage' heroes of our survival and now thriving....
Thanks also to Barbara for Trengwaiton outing last week, http://www.awen.org.uk/projects/trengwainton-heritage-project?position=0&list=MOFe2lR8HMQXLyfpC6NF0sJGwDCayYua7UGxLv4mrRU
the sun shone and we all enjoyed the beauty of the place and the chance to do art there.
Some photos on Facebook thanks to Star and you can catch a glimpse of lovely Tom who is supporting dance artist at Liskeard at present. He came to meet everyone and will give a Visiting Artist workshop to main company this Friday.
Thanks to Lesley-ann for working with me on our future plans, we are still assimilating all the wonderful feedback from throughout Shallal as to how we envision future possibilities.
Loved standing in for Colin at session at Kehelland, http://kehellandtrust.org.uk/ everyone in sturdy boots, it needs to develop an array of Barn Dances with a difference!
Find myself talking about Christine and The Queens in recent groups, lovely dancing!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2VKaH2sKtU
and while on music thanks to old friend Joe Hemming http://www.joehemming.co.uk/
who recommended The Budapest Cafe Orchestra, who we had the joy of recently seeing/hearing at the Tolmen Centre- bliss!
Fantastic group of people at our new Liskeard group, we already plan to perform at Bodmin Dance Platform in November!
Need to get team together soon to discuss next Doorways show now we know we can really play with the space....show mid summer 2017. R and D starting strongly after the 7th, lots of lovely visiting artists coming in.