Posted:sorry si wish we could make it down there but me and kato are in leeds saturday night then in london all day sunday through to monday so man we got a hectic weekend going off, hope all is well and that you guys have fun at the home of PIP we will have a dance for you guys when we get to clapham common. if we are alive... *feeds kato loads of coke* *missing text* any way ... hugs to you guys. swamp circus should be coming to the next PIP with a bit of luck. maybe tracer? i dont know.
love peace and harmony and more spinny things you good friend
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Posted:What a day!! after much nervousness at the prospect of just me and Sy spinning by ourselves, we had quite a good turnout, and for all of us it was our first 'proper' public performance. Generally the people there were quite intrested, and it was nice that Dizzy Bird, Phil, and a few of the others present took some time out to teach some poi moves to some of the kids there. I think the highlight for me was spinning firestaff to the tunes mixed by DJ Clumsy. It was almost like being at headcharge, or zogg, except that it was outside, raining and still daytime! Even one of the stewards decided to join us for a bit of a spin! So PK and Kato, have no fears, as we most certainly had a dance for the pair of you. . Managed to take a load of photo's too which I will put up on my website as soon as they're developed. Madness! for an hour it was like a free party kicking off in the middle of endcliffe park. What an unbelievably fantastic day! Thanks to everyone who came and showed some support, thanks to everyone who showed interest, and thanks to all the poi people we didn't know who didn't run away when we said 'care to join us for a spin?'. Roll on June PIP. bet you guys are going to hold it when I'm not here!