UK! Les Barker at Fleckney
Subject: UK! Les Barker at Fleckney|
Date: 07 Jan 09 - 05:51 PM
I've been requested to post the following on behalf of Clive Lever.
Les Barker Live at Fleckney
Guide Cats for the Blind
An Evening Of Music And Comedy In Aid Of The British Computer Association Of The Blind's 'EyeT4All' Project.
Saturday 10 Jan 2009
Fleckney Village Hall, The Parade, Fleckney, nr Leicester, Leicestershire, LE8 8AY
Tel: 0116 2402 796. Tickets £7.50 - Doors Open: 7.30 p.m. Show Starts 8.00 p.m.
Les Barker writes strange poems and comes originally from Manchester, but he's now Welsh. He was an accountant before he became a professional idiot.
His most famous poems include 'The Shipping Forecast', 'Jason and the Arguments', 'Cosmo the Fairly Accurate Knife Thrower', 'Captain Indecisive', 'Spot of the Antarctic', 'An Infinite Number of Occasional Tables', 'A Cardi and Bloke', 'Up the Creek Without a Poodle' and 'Have You Any News of the Iceberg.'
To hear Les and find out more about the Guide Cats series visit www.pattynanmedia.com/452/515.html
The British Computer Association Of The Blind?
The BCAB is an UK organisation of visually impaired people who use information and communications technology. Their membership ranges from experienced computer professionals, to people who are beginning to explore the use of information and communications technology for leisure, study or employment. Please visit the BCAB web site www.bcab.org.uk/ for further information. (BCAB Registered Charity - SCO23234)
The Guide Cats CD's
OSMOCD 020 Guide Cats for the Blind Vol. 1. - The Songs & Poems of Les Barker
OSMO CD 032 Guide Cats for the Blind Vol. 2. - The Missing Persians File
OSMOCD041 Guide Cats for the Blind Vol. 3. - Top Cat, White Tie & Tails
For further information, images or review copies of Guide Cats contact Pat Tynan
Pat Tynan Media
PO Box 785
England UB10 8WQ
Tel: +44 (0) 1895 636935 Mobile 07985 400297 email@example.com
Subject: RE: UK! Les Barker at Fleckney|
Date: 07 Jan 09 - 05:56 PM
I've already done a bit of publicity on this on another thread, Don, but it won't do any harm to reinforce it.
There's a thread called "Charity CDs and gigs" which has a bit of info on "Guide Cats", which I hope to be refeshing quite regularly.