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Winter Warmer at William Clarke Park (the Patch)

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Music by Studioscape

Studioscape's Drummer
Studioscape's Drummer

All the musical entertainment was provided by Studioscape, its staff and its prodigies.

What is Studioscape, I hear you ask?

Studioscape is not a band, but a not-for-profit business, made up of people who have qualifications in teaching and childcare, and which offers musical opportunities tor children aged 11 to 16 to train and to perform.

It's a great idea, and we had the chance to hear some of the young and feisty talent that Studioscape is nurturing.

Another Success for the Friends

Lead Guitar and Bassplayer
Studioscape's Bassplayer
and the "headless" lead guitarist
Young Performer

The Winter Warmer was organised by the Friends of William Clarke Park, and it has to be said that they did another great job.

The event was partly funded by the city council.


The Fire of Poi Passion

Poi Passion - pity about those pesky reflective stripes on the steward's jacket!
Fireshow by Poi Passion

Poi is a form of dance, originating in the Maori culture of New Zealand. A pair of balls or other weighted objects are swung rhythmically (or spun) and with great skill. It's has a strong following, including here in the city.

It is also known as 'poi spinning'.

Kate Wright of Poi Passion entertained a capacity crowd with a fire chain version of poi.

Unfortunately, the reflective stripes of the steward's jacket spoilt my photograph somewhat - sorry.

Poi Passion

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