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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2007 3:28 pm 
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The Holiday Barnstormer -
Not Just Another Night of Spoken Word!

Over the past year The Golden Hour has earned a reputation as the
best places to find brilliant new writers, amazing live music, and all
manner of video rubbish all inside a beautiful space.

December 19th we have:

Robert Alan Jamieson: reading from his new book published by Luath
Press. With Slides.

Ben Lancaster: Canadian Based, Swiftian-Minded satire live via
Satellite. An early Christmas present for those who love a tart wit.

Jason Morton: Holiday flashes of fiction. Like a tree caught on fire.

The Forest Choir: A bit o' the jingle jangle. Bring your bells and
get ready to belt out your favourites in a sing-a-long.

Kevin Molloy: writes songs: some of them humorous, others thoughtful,
generally winsome. And wine-fueled. Plays lots of acoustic nights in
London and was a hit at the Edinburgh Fringe.

+

The Meth Minute: 60 second cartoons that are, literally, laugh out
loud funny. Are you ready for a talking ram?

+

Diddly Squat: 5 piece reggae band playing and sweating the night
away.

Where: The Forest
3 Bristo Pl.
EH1 1EY

http://www.theforest.org.uk


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