#Arachne5 Thank-you’s: Actors

With the 5th Anniversary celebrations heading into view I was thinking about the thank you speech, and like the Oscars it is in danger of going on, and on. And on. So I thought I’d blog it instead, a section at a time.

What would we do without our acting friends? Whether it is spending a riotous time at Solstice Shorts, stepping up to sing with the choir at LSE Branching Out, joining us on long distance train journeys to unfamiliar spots, or running courses for our authors so they can strike out bravely onto a stage, they have been a mainstay of our live literature stream, performing in bookshops, theatres, libraries, cafes, pubs, gardens and streets!

Several of them will be at the a PARTY on the 8th September.Some of them are performing! Come along! free, but ticketed,

Apologies if I’ve missed anyone.

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About Cherry Potts

Cherry Potts is a publisher/editor, fiction writer and teacher, event organiser, photographer, book designer, NLP master practitioner, life coach and trainer. She sings for fun. Through Arachne Press she publishes fiction and non fiction and runs spoken word events and cross-arts workshops for writers at interesting venues. Always interested in new opportunites to perform, write or explore writing.

1 thought on “#Arachne5 Thank-you’s: Actors

  1. It is a thrill to hear your story read by someone who knows what they’re doing and who seems to enjoy it too. Slightly scary, of course, until the audience laughs in the right place. And brilliant when they laugh or cry somewhere you hadn’t even thought of. Thank you, actors all.

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