As part of the Newquay Art8 Arts festival, this seaside-surf-fest of a town will be holding its first ever Poetry Slam, hosted by the comic poet and singer Rob Barratt. Apparently there’s even be a spot of cash promised for the winner!
So get on down to The Watershed Cafe, 3-5 Bank Street Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1EP on Wednesday April 18th @ 7.30pm and let’s slam.
For more info, contact Alan Robinson on 07947 341845 / email@example.com
Following the success of the first Caravanserai and Courtyard Deli Art’s Cafe collaboration, we are pleased to invite you to another evening of entertainment and fine feasting. This time our festive excuse will be that of St. Valentine, bringing you the delicate delights of Asian-inspired cuisine and alternative takes on the theme of love.
Following great public demand, we will have the heartfelt and inspiring words of Danielle Allen joining us this time. Mac Dunlop will host the evening, introducing Rob Barratt, Seamus Carey, and myself, and together we will be looking at the funny, the touching, and the cynical sides of lurrrrve.
At only £20 a head, it’s kind of like a fancy meal out with the entertainment thrown in for free, which is a pretty good bargin really. So come treat your lovers, friends, family, or just your wonderful self!
Tickets are available IN ADVANCE ONLY by dropping in to The Courtyard Deli, or by phoning 01326 319526.
For more info, including full menu, click here, or visit the Facebook Event here.
And here’s Danielle performing live at one of the fantastic Neutral Norway events…
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Tagged 2012, asian, cabaret, Danielle Allen, dinner, entertainment, food, mac dunlop, Music, nick jarvis, poetry, rob barratt, Seamus Carey, valentine's day
Tune in to SourceFM Radio today, 1-2pm, to hear a special broadcast of live recordings made at the Caravanserai Yuletide Cabaret Dinner earlier this month.
Featuring Mac Dunlop, Nick Jarvis, Seamus Carey, Rob Barratt, Caroline Carver & Michael Carver
Listen online here: http://www.thesourcefm.co.uk/listen
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Tagged caravserai, caroline carver, christmas, live, mac dunlop, michael carver, nick jarvis, poetry, radio, rob barratt, Seamus Carey, source fm, xmas
Fear not, this is no ordinary Christmas dinner; the early yuletide treats in the offering here will whet your appetite for the feasts to come. Rather than overload you with turkey and little piggies in blankets, the Courtyard Deli is presenting a fine fare of alternative, but still traditional, seasonal delights. To include: Ham Hock Terrine, Baked Cornish Organic Brie, Roast Baby Pumpkin with Melted Gruyere Filling and Roast Cornish Vegetables, and Boozy Christmas Tarts with their own Quince Mincemeat and Clotted Cream. I cannot wait!
Placed tastefully on the side of that amazing feast will be entertainment led by your most congenial host by Mac Dunlop, who will bring to the stage in ‘a bit of this then a bit of that’ cheeseboard kind of fashion, the fantastic songwriter and composer Seamas Carey, famous for being half of the revolutionary “Underdog”, selling out his Silent Movie nights at the Poly, while still finding time to release his first EP, “Dean Quarry”; the renowned Bard of Bodmin, Rob Barratt; and myself, performing some poetry that might make you think that I’m really a private investigator following The Case of Christmas, or it might not.
Come along, eat some fabulous food, drink some booze, be entertained. What more could you want really? All this can be yours for just £20 a head. Contact the Courtyard Deli for tickets on 01326 319526 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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