Saturday, 21 June 2014

GOBLIN MARKET



Am pleased to be able to share this with you all.


Having sold-out in Brighton last year, a group of queer pagans are doing a mini-tour of Goblin Market,  starting in Bristol for one night - Saturday 12 July.
Later dates will be in Brighton (August) & London (September, hopefully)......and if all goes well, more venues later...Nottingham is one possibility.

They really need to fill the Bristol auditorium though I realize it's quite short notice.......so please spread the word to anyone one you know in the South-West & West of England or in Wales who might enjoy the show.

Tickets are now on sale online so please encourage people to buy them....if we do sell out (and I do hope so!) there will be few, if any, tickets at the door.

There are four links that will take you to the page:





For those of you who would like to read Christina Rossetti's poem please follow the link 

12 comments:

  1. This looks really exciting and I'm sure it will be a visual feast- only wish that I was in uk and could go.

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    1. Agreed and perhaps they need to bring it to Ireland, after all we do have faeries!

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    2. I only came across this work of hers when I heard it mentioned on University Challenge a few months ago. It is so interesting because it is so different from anything else she has written.

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    3. Thank you Weave, there is always something new to learn eh :)

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  2. What a pity I'm on the wrong side of the channel! I hope others will share and encourage people to go!

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    1. Well Val perhaps they might be encouraged to visit Amsterdam after they have performed in Ireland :)

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  3. Hi Mel, I can't get to Bristol but I can if they get to London, it sounds so very different and intriguing. Will reboot if I can work out how xxx

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    1. Am sure you will enjoy the production Fran and keep your toes crossed that they go to London in September

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  4. Never bought a goblin before. Are they tame?

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    1. Depends whether they are on a lead or crated Bill. My old mother had one for years and worked really well for her.

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  5. There is also goblin beer, very nice too: http://www.wychwood.co.uk/

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    1. Sounds delicious Carla, have you tried it yourself - hic ?

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