...Pictures now up in our Gallery!
Wonderful first time event hosted by the lovely Shona at Maquina Photography in the Trafalgar Warehouse which is the new old S1 Artspace next to the Corporation in Sheffield. The buildings were fantastically decorated with a Winter Forest theme - maximum effort spent making it look and feel just the part.
There was a good selection of crafts, arts and food stalls, and the most alternative Santa in the Grotto I've ever witnessed this side of Krampus :D
We were fed all weekend from the glorious and delicious Safari African food stall who had managed to employ the actual REAL Santa:
Who also had front seat tickets to our fire and whip show:
Despite the weather - more than enough attended to make it a very warm mood inducing introduction to the Christmas Month :)
This particular blog is from a completely learning aspect. So DO NOT READ THIS BLOG. Ever. (Unless you need to learn the SECRET of the ART) etc.
This one is made out of red, and this one is made out of grass, and this one is blueberry, and this one is blueberry too! and this one? What colour is it made from? Oranges! (And Purples.)
Whip Cracking in the Flag Market, Preston
Rumbucket and Fire Sword vs Crouching Girl with Camera
Exploding Fire Whip
With The Beatnik Collective, and Phil Kaila, Organiser
This year we were invited to be part of the first ever (and we hope there will be more) busking festival in Preston, in aid of Community/Help for Africa. Performances took place all day throughout the town ventre and various venues to bring colour an vibrancy to a wet late Autumn Saturday, to the obvious delight of passers by. We got to play firey things with the Beatnik Collective and were accompanied by their drummers. Truly a wonderful day and I hope we are invited back next year.
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