Make Tea, Not War- opening concert

On Saturday the 5th we launched the Fringe Programme at the Venue 40, the Quaker Meeting House: the first half was me launching my CD with a collection of songs and poems old and new, and the second half was the glorious sounds of Milly Hoddo and Ryan Gibson playing hang drum and guitar. A comment from an audience member on the way out was:

“The best Fringe show I’ve seen this year”

– and yes, it was only day two of the Fringe, and no, I didn’t feel the need to ask him if he’d seen any other shows yet, but we don’t need to make too much of a fuss of that, do we?

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