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Dunc
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Dunc

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Posted:Hello everyone and welcome to PLAY FESTIVAL 2007!!



Please forgive me for the lack of info, I have no computer to use and it'll be a few weeks more until I'm able to update it more often. I'll come back and put more up as and when I can.



Hopefully most of this info you'll have gotten from our newsletter, if not sign up to it on the website now! www.playfestival.co.uk



We had a wonderful 5 days last year and can only say that 2007 will be even better!



Thanks to everyone who came last year and who gave us feedback on what they thought of the festival, we've taken all comments on board and hope we can make the festival one that you'll enjoy even more than the last.



The dates for this years festival will be Wednesday 25th - Sunday 29th July and we will be at the same venue, Fordhall Farm in Market Drayton, Shropshire. The tickets will be 35 in advance and 40 on the door, that will include most workshops, 4 nights camping, the shows and other entertainments during the festival



We have lots planned for this years festival, more areas to play in with the emphasis on getting everyone involved, we will have a proper go at the world record after last years attempt didn't go so well (although it does look awesome on video!!!) and of course the usual abundance of workshops to keep you all busy in the day.

We'll have two stages this year, the main stage/tent and and nice little caberet tent, a solar powered cinema, a PROPER bar & food tent and a few more folks selling the stuff you want to buy (even if you don't realise it yet! heheh)



New for this year will be the PLAY HOP Amateur Performance of the year. It's a little competition we've come up with that can be entered by anyone for any type of performance. No more than 4 minutes long with a cash prize for the winner and the chance to feature on the next PLAY DVD. As you might guess from the title the event is sponsored by HomeofPoi.com (who have proudly given us the prizes for our games over the last two years). More details will follow soon...



The DVD of last years festival will be out at some point, probably exactly at the time we plan it to come out wink Focusing more on spreading knowledge to learn the arts than the last DVD and we're sure it'll knock your socks off!



If you want to contact us about anything please email us at one of the following addresses:



info@playfestival.co.uk



comments@playfestival.co.uk



volunteers@playfestival.co.uk



traders@playfestival.co.uk



If anyone wants specific footage from last years festival please wait until after the DVD is out, Strugz & co are busy enough editing the full thing to start making cuts for people! Thanks smile



As my internet access is sporadic at best till my pc is up and running, I might not be able to reply to email straight away, if you want to talk to me about anything call me on 07814 018091 and if you don't get an answer LEAVE A VOICEMAIL!



Keep checking the website for the latest information and we'll send out newsletters as often as we can.





hugs & smiles



Dunc hug


Let's relight this forum ubblove

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TastesLikePurple
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Posted: Written by: PinkNigel



My only comment on this is that perhaps the renegade could've happened on Friday night, the main tent on Saturday was all lively and fun party, folk were chilling, others were spinning/hooping/juggling, there was twister and limbo on stage and general silliness. Then all of a sudden the atmosphere got snuffed by a whole pile of folk coming in and sitting looking at the stage..




yes, our twister and limbo fun was cut short frown although by that point i don't think my back could've taken much more anyway! expecially as i'd been attempting matrix's all day!


Thoughts arrive like butterflies...

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UCOF
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Posted: Written by: PinkNigel

The main show on Saturday was the best juggly convention show I've seen in a very long time, no filler acts and plenty of variety, spot on folks!!..



Spot on, sir, spot on smile
It was a *very* good show.

Talking of renegades, does anyone know the chap on the Saturday night, who did a 'tribute' to Peter Cooke and Dudley Moore? umm


(side note: "i'd been attempting matrix's all day!" - Its Matrii.. like Walrii, Penii and a Jesii wink )


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hexagonic

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Location: Manchester

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Posted:a few thoughts...



There could have been more bins - I know there were two recycle points which were great, but there wasn't too much in the way of normal bins for landfill rubbish. I suppose this meant we all had to be more aware of where our rubbish went (probably a good thing) but still it would have been a helpful thing to have.



The fire shows rocked and I was gutted about missing chimeara in the rain. Fenfire were good too esp. the Kraftwerk stuff wink



Missing the main show from bricking it backstage...looking fwd to seeing the dvd and seeing Meg's and Durbs' acts (which looked awesome from what little I saw of them)



No fire - well there was loads of glowy stuff which was good to see but still would have been good to see more fire. Did think the fire area was a little out of the way though.



Renegade on the Friday night would have been good.



Big hugs and thanks to Dunc, Rob, Mech, Strugz, Ros and everyone else I forgot for making Play happen.


ah wah wah wah a wah wah

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TastesLikePurple
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Posted: Written by: UnderControlOrFailure



(side note: "i'd been attempting matrix's all day!" - Its Matrii.. like Walrii, Penii and a Jesii wink )



who's mister pedantic then eh? tongue ...penii *snigger* GROW UP LOUISE! GROW UP!


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Gayle......!
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Posted: Written by: penwing


But then again I don't do staff which seemed to dominate.




ditto
A hell of a lot of staff workshops. This year was Staff year. However, when you get amazing staffers there like this year, then i suppose that is what happens.

There were a lot of "missing" workshops. I felt we were missing a liquid/body popping workshop and a club swinging workshop for sure.....I also missed a fun dancing one wink, however the penetration, titillation and stimulation workshop did amuse me greatly. Especially Chutney and Fraser (you did me proud!) I also really missed the warm-ups a la "my name is Joe"...

I also think there should have been more than one toilet point and more rubbish points...Although given the weather warnings i'm not suprised the toilet people didn't want to risk it...

I didn't even make it to the fire area. Not quite sure why. Think it might have been the cider. wink


Gayle.....!

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Durbs
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Durbs

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Posted:Yeah, bins were a bit of a fook up - wrong size skip ordered, and they sent a house wheely bin as opposed to a massive industrial wheely bin rolleyes

"Missing" workshops - all i could schedule was what people offered to teach...

Erm, what else... (This isn't meant as excuses, just explanations)

Range of products - Oddballs cancelled on er...Wednesday I think it was, leaving us no time to find a replacement. They did offer to ship us loads of stuff to sell ourselves, but we had no place/person to sell it anyway.

I like the idea of open-sided tents during the bands (I hope people were listening to Darkstate outside as opposed to just ignoring us wink ) - though again very weather dependent.

My random thought about Hurly Burly was I saw them (and ate there) at Workhouse festival, and I'm 80% sure that all their prices had gone up by 50p at Play... Meh, maybe not. But 5 for lunch ain't cheap-cheap.

Renegade - We (The committee) thoroughly dis-owned the renegade and left it to happen as-and-when/where (Hence there being 2 ubblol ), will try and prod people into Friday next year wink

Show - Yeah, it was wicked (Well done Rob, and thanks for er "persuading" me to go on). A really good range of props; doubles, poi, giant balloon (?!), juggling, triple staff, contact... shaweet biggrin


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Igirisujin
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Igirisujin

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Posted:Thanks to everyone at play, and dunc of course for being so wonderfull to have organised it. Just wanted to thank in particular Miss Corinhian for persuading me to pick up a hoop, and also for giving me this bruise
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I reeeaally wanna get a hoop now. Thanks for pink nigel and his fan workshop (I get your avatar now), deffinatly going to get a pair of fixed firefans.

Erm...Thanks to marie for being fun and the bottles of vodka biggrin

Jenna, aimee, Dawn, Lowen, & the manchester crew in generall for being there, everyoe else too, blu_valley and your husband etc

Poiboi! For the free poi biggrin

and lastly Elaine, sweetest Elaine. You saved me from wasting away, I hadnt packed any food and by the weekeknd I was getting quite hungry hehe, not clever. Oh by the way I didnt see a ring on your finger, I will look again at the next manchester meet *wags finger* hold onto that one you two really suite each other


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_Aime_
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_Aime_

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Posted:Joe, it was a pleasure to meet you finally after all this time! hug

Luckily I've got enough padding around me not to bruise after hooping biggrin


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_Poiboy_
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Posted:aimee smile you're famous ubblol hug

was great meeting you, even though we didnt get to talk much during the festival.


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Posted: Written by: Durbs


Workshops - Too many/too few? I didn't schedule any on Weds or Sun to avoid people missing too many, but on the whole every workshop was really well attended, but did it cut down on actual play time?




Workshops were great. I only went to a few myself but the list looked very impressive and it was all put together very well. Thanks to derbs for that, well done. biggrin
Was great Having Nick Woosley Teaching some workshops, his way of explaing poi is great and makes it all seem so easy. The super looping workshop was great fun!


 Written by: Durbs


Fire - Distinct lack of much fire spinning as far as I could tell, also lack of campfire really (I was really surprised to see a photo of one burning - didn't think it had been lit the whole week). Was this due to the weather or is fire just pass? wink




I haven't spun much fire this year at all and haven't had much of an urge to so i didn't try and find the fire area at all. I did how ever get told that it was just under some power lines and someone nearly hit it with a staff throw?! But i think the layout of everything was very good this year and it would have been had to find somewhere where it could have been far enough from everything.




 Written by: Durbs


Stalls - The traders were happy, were you? Good choice, prices etc? (I personally thought both food places were a little pricey, but then it was also very good...)




I was a bit upset with the fact that oddballs wasn't there because i was looking at getting a contact ball and a Flair bottle. I know they sell them on site that is. The Poi bus was great and they are always happy to help. Great guys!
The rainbow dragon? think thats what it was called was great and a nice choice of poi there.
As for food, i did find the BBQ quite expensive so i only got one bacon roll from there all weekend. I did however go morisons and buy a hot roast chicken! hummm that was nice. Didn't go near the vegie stall so can't comment but the bar was a great idea! that was good! biggrin

 Written by: Durbs


Shows/Bands - Not enough live music / too much? Same for the shows (including PHAPPY - Play & HoP Amateur Performance of the Year for whoever asked what it stood for wink )



Not much to say about this one, just the fact i thought it was all spot on. Burnt toast show rocked and so did antti on the friday night, my highlight of all weekend. The staurday night fire show was spot on, well done guys for doing it in that rain! was great!




biggrin biggrin biggrinBring on PLAY 2008

oh and as for fire, isn't that what falmouth's are for? smile


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Birgit
BRONZE Member since Jan 2005

Birgit

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Posted:Workshops - I think the amount was just fine, all the ones I went to were attended in high enough (sometimes rather too high for one teacher to manage, and to fit in a tent in bad weather) numbers.

Food - I also thought it was too expensive. I would've liked to try some of the veggie stuff, but a fiver for a small plate full (and also on single use plates...) was quite expensive. And 3 for a single sausage in a bun was a bit much, too.

About the lack of people to run stalls etc, I'd sent an email to volunteer and got a reply that I'd hear back but never did, so unless I was the only one who didn't get to volunteer there might be a big enough group of people to run more things. Like the bbq UCOF mentioned smile

About the lack of camp fire: the site rules said there were none allowed, so maybe that's why? "Camp Fires & BBQ - No one is allowed a camp fire, Sorry!" and "Any fires found burning will be extinguished upon discovery by a member of the Play crew."

By the way, I agree with Aimee, it would be nice to enforce the no smoking inside, no glass bottles, no shoes in the tents etc a bit more, or to just not have the rules (at least for the glass bottles) if 50% of people end up doing it anyway and nothing's done about it, but in fact there's recycling facilities put up for them. Well, at least I felt a bit silly for having filled stuff from glass bottles into plastic ones before going to PLAY.


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UCOF
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Posted: Written by : Brit_Joe

I reeeaally wanna get a hoop now





You can buy them from www.hyperloophoops.com



ubbangel

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Mynci
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Mynci

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Posted:I loved the workshops biggrin spot on guys ubblol I was a bit gutted there was no 2 ball workshop and a couple I wanted to do clashed but that was always gonna happen with the amount put on. I did like that all seb's were indoors ubblol

A couple of balls short of a full cascade... or maybe a few cards short of a deck... we'll see how this all fans out.

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jo_rhymes
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jo_rhymes

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Posted:I think Chris's breaking workshop was awesome, alot of fun! I would have also really liked to have done Guy's hugging workshop but I was teaching mine at the time!
Next year how about a dry-humping workshop? biggrin


Hoppers are angels who lift us to our feet when our wings have trouble remembering how to fly.

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mcp
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Posted:It was a bit irritating that the carpet / flooring material in the main tent and the big dome didn't go right up to the edge of the tent, this meant that the prime place for sitting down and watching was entirely spazzed up by the wetness of the ground, so people would sit about in the middle of the tent, in the way of the playing and such like.

It's nice at bristol in that everybody brings their camping chairs and leaves them around the outside of the main tent, then as the evening progresses more and more stuff and people get garrisoned around the sides...

I thought it was funny that the toilet closest to the main tent, all say two meters from the toilet furthest from the main tent, always ran out of toilet paper first. Next time, maybe load that one up with the most toilet paper... smile

I thought renegade was fine on saturday night. I wasn't really prepared for it, cos I wasn't boozing that night. But otherwise it was a good night to have it. I think renegade should be on the last night, cos then, like a good night of drinking, you can regret what you did the next day, and run away before you have to face the consequences. ubbangel biggrin wink


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"the still legendary" - Kaskade

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bastl
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bastl

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Posted: Written by: Mynci


I loved the workshops biggrin spot on guys ubblol ... I did like that all seb's were indoors ubblol



ubblol yeah i liked that too -no wind or sunshine wink

for food, might be that i am just spoilt from our coffee culture, but the hurly burly coffee was at the last 3 days disgusting..but anyway there was BRANDY COFFEE ubblol

i would have loved any even !!! indoor space, that would make all balancing and walking arround during 3 staff so much easier rolleyes

any footage anyone? -any fen-goodies anyone ?


_told the fishfable to wes peden
_heard gloria gaynors "i will survive" 3 times live allready....in the same 20 min performance!

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Posted: Written by: Gayle......!



There were a lot of "missing" workshops. I felt we were missing [...] a club swinging workshop for sure.....



Well I dunno where you were on Saturday at 11.30...

 Written by: Brit_Joe


Thanks for pink nigel and his fan workshop (I get your avatar now),



Quite alright, glad you liked it..
...Gotta make myself wick covers so I can practice without getting grubby.. Then I might actually practice, and so have some new moves to share with y'all next time..

(And can anyone remember the url of that "make South Park you" website? I'm wondering if the avatar might be more obvious without the hat on..)


A wise man once said: "You have two ears and one mouth, therefore you should shut the censored up and listen" (though, to be fair, he might not've put it _quite_ like that..)

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Mynci
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Mynci

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Posted:damn useless work PC

Nigel, if you search social chat the thread is called
"what would you look like on southpark"
I started it wink sorry I found the thread but my work browser didn't bring up the url there's a link on first post.


A couple of balls short of a full cascade... or maybe a few cards short of a deck... we'll see how this all fans out.

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UCOF
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UCOF

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Posted: Written by: PinkNigel

Gotta make myself wick covers so I can practice without getting grubby



 Written by: Me, talking to Brit_Joe about Hoops

You can buy them from www.hyperloophoops.com



Im sure we can find some pink wool just for you biggrin

ubbangel


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Posted: Written by: Aime


Just a quick note..

The girl on the train home who'd never got a train before? I dont think we exchanged names confused
If per chance you are reading this, I'm the blonde one who sat next to you on the way to birmingham.
Did you get home okay?
That was ace batering with the train guard btw ubblol



Hey Aimee, I was sat opposite you on the train. I also hope she got home ok, but by the sound of it she was locked out anyway! Yeah that was pretty cool of the guard that he went away and thought about it then came back and said "how old are you? i didn't quite hear that, did you say 15? one child fare then"


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_Aime_
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_Aime_

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Posted:"They're not your cigerettes are they"

*girl pushes them towards me*

"Nope. They're hers"

rolleyes ubblol

Bless. Hope she got on alright.


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Mint Sauce
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Posted:have a big list of good points and bad but will wright them up soon as i have longer at a comp

before i met those lot i thought they'd be a bunch of dreadlocked hippies that smoked, set things on fire ,and drank a lot of tea but then when i met them....oh wait (PyroWill)

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Posted:TastesLikePurple - windows movie maker (comes with win XP, or is a free download from windows update) has a video effect you can apply to rotate WMV's 90 degrees.

Blinded by Hyperlights, please donate generously grin

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ugoAgogo
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Posted:sounds like it was awsome fun. am gutted i didnt make it this year,
but bristol is on the cards for me this year (being my first juggling festi/convention after 7 years of spinning!!!!!! duuuuuuh!)

hugo


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UCOF
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Posted:frown

You were amongst a few noticeable absentees.


I'd better see you at Bristol sir. kiss


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Posted:Personally I thought the grub was pricey - 4.50 for a veggie breakfast thing which I'd normally probably only pay a couple of quid for - seemed a tad excessive and more like Glasto prices to me.

Loved the couple of workshops I went too, but once I was on site I got into Uber-shy mode (I know, 6'+ of me, shy FFS!) and didn't really say much to anyone unless I was introduced. On reflection I think that was my biggest mistake - I didn't talk to people; the few I recognised I didn't wander over too and just introduce myself!

Loved the shows, especially the Saturday night stuff (ESPECIALLY Joe Driscoll. You HAVE to get him again, the dome tent was amazing afterwards!) and the compares were excellent through-out.

And although I know it's probably an intellectual thing about cliff-hangers ... but I still wanna know what happens at 24 Death Drive!!!!


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UCOF
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Posted:They all got bored, went home, and had bacon sandwiches and tea for dinner.
The end.

wink


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TastesLikePurple
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Posted:Thanks Yakumo! wink

Thoughts arrive like butterflies...

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Posted:my goodness it was good.

i'm going to borrow a thing from jugglingdb and do a HLGB (high low goal bane) thing cause otherwise i'd just ramble on about how brilliant it was...

there's only supposed to be one of each, but i'm too full of it ( ) to keep myself down to that...

Highs

The whole thing
the weather (considering how it could have been)
the amazing, amazing volunteers....
the comment somewhere above from nigel saying it was the best convention show for ages most pleased.
the lovely people. i honestly didn't meet one person i didn't like, or didn't have time for over the whole time.
the toilets.
the little dome (aaaaw)
sebastian (bastl)s routine. i think it rates up there as one of the best routines i've ever seen.
joe driscoll.
early morning cuddles (you know who you are)(and so does everyone else )
selling out.
ice cream
loads more, but i'd get really, really boring...

Lows

my bad back
lack of spinning due to the above, and to work.... (i managed a total of 20 minutes in 7 days on site )
the panic before main show time when we had only 5 acts... which became 6, then 7, then 8
the paraffin panic (there's someone on here we owe paraffin money to, for selling him water )
er. the back, again.
the litter picking - it was ok, but the last few bits were done by only three of us - one with a bad back, one with a sight condition, and one who is terminally tall - and it was heartbreaking seeing the amount of rubbish that could have been recycled in the vast mound of bins i'll hold my (and our) collective hand up and say it was our fault for not making it much easier for you guys, but the number of cans in amongst food waste was nasty
saying goodbye to my lady for what feels like forever.

Goals

Have a good festival - check
watch peoples faces when they saw bastl spin - check, and my god was it worth it
maybe do my slowly budding po routine in renegade - total non-check, due to back, again, and to extreme tiredness
not work the whole entire festival - non-check again. tiny bits of chill, but not much.
do the JAM poi routine in an interesting manner - non-check. damn. sorry laura.
keep dunc calm - big fat check.
look good with a radio - even fatter ( ) check.

Bane
Sound. sound, sound, sound and more sound. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh.
(bane deleted due to not wanting to be nasty)
the generator bloke getting stuck when he oculd have so easily not

biggrin

i can't beleive it was so good you guys have made me the happiest bunny in the UK (apart from most alpha male bunnies, who are obviously VERY happy)

thank you so much to everyone who worked so hard

Tom, Mike, Ros, Jake, Andy, chris, ALL the Fens, who cleaned the little dome of [censored] on tuesday afternoon (dedication to the cause), all the people who were there early and who i have forgotten already , Steve, all the gate staff, sim, michi, mech (i suppose wink ) all the tent people (especially polarity), peachi n sindy, Kev, the food peeps, the people i managed to persuade into PHAPPY aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaallllll the performers - more than i can remember...
and i'll stop there, and say: 'if i've forgotten you, it's no personal, but my mind is mush after glade and PLAY melted into each other if you were working, then thank you very, very much. we love you '

Durbs: so much performance, so little time.... well done, and result on workshoppage too. biggrin

strugz: skin up, wherever you are, and come back soon.... wink

and dunc
thanks for everything hug

and finally, cause i know she missed a lot of it - george well done for putting up with your 3 children and i look forward to personally escorting you round the festival site next year

roll on 2008


Holistic Spinner (I hope)

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Posted: Written by: Mynci



Nigel, if you search social chat the thread is called
"what would you look like on southpark"



Thank you very many, I've made a more HoP me, but so far I've managed to change my play site avatar and gotten frustrated trying to change this one.. Ah well..

 Written by: UnderControlOrFailure


Im sure we can find some pink wool just for you




I'm afraid I shall be making my own, there's a vast amount of fun-fur in my house that can be pressed into service, plus I can make them water/fuel-proof. Not that I'm dissing those covers, they're the ones on Gayle's fans, aren't they? Very nice..
And not that I'm avoiding buying from hyperloop hoops either, having got into hoops at play I'll be buying one/some just as soon as I know I'll be home when they're likely to be delivered..

 Written by: bluecat


the paraffin panic (there's someone on here we owe paraffin money to, for selling him water )




Could've been worse, you could've sold him the contents of the paraffin container I had on site...
(they're very useful in the middle of a rainy night...)

(And doesn't the rec.juggling thing have a "crush" part in it?)


A wise man once said: "You have two ears and one mouth, therefore you should shut the censored up and listen" (though, to be fair, he might not've put it _quite_ like that..)

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