A miscellany of heaven-only-knows-what along with opinionated nonsense from the largest village in Cornwall. Plenty of silliness, very little of merit and the occasional tirade.
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
A Day of Dance in Looe: Update
Just in case anyone was thinking of coming along on Saturday (see post immediately below this one) - here's the latest information that I have.
At 0937 a train filled with morris men and women will pass through (and stop at) St Germans rail station; yours truly and The High Lord of Southwick will be catching it. It's probable that Anal, Sandybum and Mrs The Millbrooker will also do so but they might drive down later.
This means that the dancers and musicians (and me - I don't dance and calling myself a "musician" is stretching reality too far) will be starting their stuff in Looe at around 11:00.
Anyone who fancies getting aboard the Morris Express with us, that'd be cool (tickets are about a fiver for a day return to Looe and parking there is a nightmare - so taking the train is a pretty fine idea).
I don't have much idea of exactly what we're going to be doing and when other than that, but these things normally involve two or three different changes of (outdoor) venue for dancing and some lunch and ale. After lunch, things tend to get a bit more raggedy and disorganised, there might be more dancing, there might not....ho hum.
I expect (but don't know) that the return trip will be on the 1729 from Looe getting back into St Germans at 1830ish. There is an earlier departure (around 1500) if you need to get away from the incessant melodeons.