After the success of our first event in May, and lots of positive feedback, we’re delighted to bring you Round 2, co-hosted by our friends at theatre company Damn Cheek! An informally curated evening of poetry, spoken word, music, comedy and more – from members of our Relational Spaces Community – on Zoom. Attend as a guest/audience–community member and/or as a contributor to the evening!
New date: Wednesday 19 August 2020
New time: 8.10pm to 9.30pm
Venue: Online, using Zoom video conferencing
About Art for HeartSake
A good few of our RS Community have mentioned recently that they might be interested in sharing some poetry, spoken word or music one evening on Zoom.
So we thought it was time for us to informally ‘curate/programme’ a relaxed evening’s entertainment as a unique, private community event.
Please feel free to bring your own cheese, wine, snacks and nibbles to what should be a very creatively lovely evening!
The evening will be co-hosted by our friends at theatre company Damn Cheek.
Calling out for contributions!
So this is now our call-out for anyone from the Relational Spaces Community that might like to read or perform 3 to 5 minutes of anything performance–arty (ie a poem or two; a song; a piece of music; a monologue; a short scene; a comedy sketch, etc).
If you would like to contribute something:
- please TEXT Darren on 07848 013 328 asap
- let him know briefly what you might like to perform
You are of course also (as ever) equally welcome to call Darren on the same number to discuss any of this further.
Calling out for guest/audience members!
To book your place as a guest or audience–community member please RSVP by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You do not have to have Zoom software installed on your device to take part.
We will send out an email invitation to all participants before the session.
Joining the call
Our meeting invite will include a link. Click on the link to join the meeting.
Please make sure before the call that your computer’s microphone, speakers and video camera are all working.
It’s best to use your laptop or desktop computer rather than a phone.
During the call
Things that will help you during the call:
- Please make sure you have a comfortable private space where you’ll be undisturbed.
- Turn off any programs on your computer that could reduce your bandwidth or distract with notification sounds – programs like Messenger, email, Word, Dropbox, and so on.
Zoom have lots of video tutorials about how to use its video conferencing software.
We hope to see you online!
All at Relational Spaces.
Photo: Doron Levene