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TOPIC FOLK CLUB, BRADFORD
NEWSLETTER No 28 - April 2004
Not a proper newsletter this time just a reminder. Fuller details of all acts are, as always, available via the website.
Featured Support will be Eddie Lawler, the Saltaire poet. A quiet performer, but with a story to tell. Eddie tackles contemporary and local themes with careful choice of words.
Featured support: Darren Poyzer. A once and future headline act, Darren is Manchester‚s favourite contemporary songwriter. A great double bill, this.
May 6 Singers and Musicians. Theme: English songs.
I'll do another mailing with onward details in a fortnight when I've got my head round being back in the UK again.
My last Newsletter, written in a vast rush, from memory, hours before I departed to China, contained at least two wrong dates and three mis-spellings of performers or bands. As a number of recipients (mostly those wrongly billed or spelt) were quick to point out. Only consolation - it proves this Newsletter is read! Anyway, I am back now, and the colour of the new guitar is - well, you'll just have to come to the Topic (or the Gaping Goose) sometime and see!
See you all some Thursday at the Melborn at one of the above events. 8.30 start. Be there by then if you want to perform a floor spot, which are still available every night even where there is a Featured Support artist booked. No smoking.
Topic Newsletter No 28 April 2004