Just taking my Jellyfish for a walk…(With thanks to Pamela Simpson who took the photo)
“The Interrupted Wedding Shadow Puppet Show in The Bull Ring at Bentham Auction Mart
Rough Magic Theatre’s Mad Hatter, Alice and the March Hare have a mad tea party and help promote Chapel Gallery’s monthly “Makers Markets” in Ormskirk.
RMT’s Tim Austin stars as the Mad Hatter. Pictured in front of the Chapel Gallery, Ormskirk
Hello again to all my lovely readers. We’ve been very busy recently with various things including rehearsals for “The Tempest” which will be performed in Hereford on Saturday the 23rd July. And that is my excuse for not doing a blog post before now.
Above are some photos from our recent performances including a parade jellyfish made on an umbrella frame for Carnival Bentham (which had an umbrella theme this year) and our ever popular “Interrupted Wedding” shadow puppet show, which uses an umbrella for a screen was performed by me in Bentham Auction Mart’s Bull Ring.
Below that are a couple of photos from our recent Mad Hatter’s Tea Party walkabout show in Ormskirk with myself as Alice and Tim Austin as the Mad Hatter. This was for the Chapel Gallery monthly makers market and we went out and about the town centre and as well as our usual entertaining walkabout show told everyone about the Makers’ Market at the Chapel Gallery. This was full of all sorts of interesting things from lino printing to wood turning to jewellery and glitter tattoos and all being sold by the people who actually made the things (hence makers’ market).
Afterwards we relaxed and had a cup of tea in the gallery cafe which I would highly recommend. Not only did the tea pots come in a variety of highly coloured hand made tea cosies but the staff were incredibly helpful and friendly. In most places I have to ask for extra hot water but here I was offered extra hot water and extra tea bags without my having to ask at all! We only sampled one kind ourselves but there was also a variety of yummy looking cakes to choose from, (we had a coconut slice which was very tasty).
Since I published the last post “Stone Puppet Festival 2016 Needs Your Help! :)” on Tuesday a few more people have pledged and we’re up to £190.00 which means to make Stone Puppet Festival happen they need £2810.00 by 28th of May. Imagine if you and all your friends and all their friends and so on gave just £1 the target would be reached in no time.
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