Just because exam results are rolling in left right and centre doesn't mean that the WSAF team are going to sit back and sup on the alcoholic delights which we know will be enjoyed by many of you this week. Oh no – the show must go on, as they say, and we have some great shows lined up for you. So come along to chill out and forget all those worries about grades!
All day today and tomorrow in Xanana's lounge Eimear and Fleur will be exhibiting their photos in Lomatography on the run.
At 12.00 Black will be performing on the piazza with a fantastic fusion of styles. If you'd rather get hands-on, then Codpiece will be running a workshop in the studio.
For those who want to get their hands dirty, at 1pm the Art Society will be out on the Piazza with a range of materials. And that will be accompanied by teh sounds of the String Orchestra from 2.30. If you want to get away from the Piazza mayhem, then take the time to experience Tibetan Music in the Studio.
Meet by the Koan at 3pm for a trip to The Elephant Tree, a truely magical show. From 4.15, MTW will be p[utting on their Review of the Year, with highlights of their triumphs from the year.
Each year a number of performances go to the Edinburgh Festival from Warwick, and at WSAF we are delighted to be able to showcase them as our Edinburgh Preview at 5.30 in the studio.
We finish off the day with a little light Jazz in the Piazza at 6pm. Perfect for supping that champagne and enjoying a summer's evening*.
*Please note that weather cannot be guaranteed by us, in fact I'm probably being a little over optimistic. But it'll be great regardless.
4 comments by 2 or more people
Not forgetting of course that the Brass Band will be performing in the piazza from 1pm.
21 Jun 2006, 08:49
Sorry, think I must have gotten confused after they played yesterday!
21 Jun 2006, 09:08
No, the Brass Band didn't play yesterday, the Symphonic Brass Ensemble did.
21 Jun 2006, 09:30
21 Jun 2006, 09:57
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