How are you? Doing okay, FAB! I have got my first ever comedy show at The Art House on Saturday the 4th at 7.30. We are saying a donation of £5.00 which is going to The Art House. It’s The colourful Adventures of Merciful Grace, part pantomime, part dad jokes, and some poetry honest. If you’d like to come along book here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-colourful-adventures-of-merciful-grace-art-house-fundraiser-4th-august-tickets-48273563528
This is my go at a steampunk pantomime AND it even has a pirate. We’re going to hold a competition so you can win yourself a steampunk parrot, called Albert Ross. Yes not really a parrot, but you did smile for a moment didn’t you.
For more detail check out my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CatRandle/
Let’s look after The Art House the way its been looking after us.
Hugs Cat Randle (aka Merciful Grace the Mechanical Maid)
Romsey’s TeaPoet Collective presents its annual community fundraiser on Sunday 8 th May. It will take place at Rum’s Eg gallery in Bell Street, and it will be supporting a young artist, Dan Clayton.
Dan suffered a couple of brain tumours at an early age which affected his balance and hearing, but he discovered a complete freedom through painting and drawing.
The landscapes and wildlife of his childhood in Zimbabwe continue to inspire his work, and his achievements include completing a painting degree at Winchester School of Art. The money raised from this event will enable him to set up an exhibition of his work at Rum’s Eg.
The afternoon poetry cafe will feature guest poets Caro Reeves and Lesley Scott. There will also be music from Les Kazoo’s D’amour and Panda-monium, and some spoken word open spots. The event
starts at 1:30pm. Admission is £5, all of which goes directly to supporting Dan’s exhibition.
Saturday September 12th, 2015 at September fundraiser at Chapel Arts Studio, St Mary’s Cemetary, SP10 1DP from 1pm to 3pm.
MC Dan Hooks will be hosting an afternoon of poetry, music and comedy sketches for all the family. Guests include local poets Bobbie Coelho and Damian O’Vitch; comedy sketches from prize winning young author Isaac Randle,poetry from Ella Simmons and music. Tea and cake included in the ticket price will be served. We are child friendly and have disabled access at the venue.
Open mic. Places are limited so we recommend booking early!