Welcome to Notes From Xanadu – the online arts centre. Read more about us, and our launch in May 2020 here. For a more detailed look at the story behind it all, you can read this article.
Our next Stitch ‘n’ Bitch is on Thursday, 20 May at 6.30 pm BST. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to attend.
We’ve recently celebrated our first birthday with a three-day celebration of new work. Many of the artists involved were also with us on our launch weekend last year; some have joined us in the meantime. The programme is below.
We started day three with a photography show by Colin Byford.
Next on Day 3 (Monday, 11.05 am) we have a new Farley’s Philosophy column – Books.
Day 3 (Monday 11.20 am) Episode 3 of the Prison Podcasts – Sally.
Day 3 (Monday 11.40 am) More puppetry by Aurora Adams.
On Sunday we kicked off with Up Close and Personal, an exhibition of photography by Mark “Fitz” Fitzpatrick.
Next on Day 2 (Sunday, 2.30 pm) was a new Selected Sarcasm column by George Wells.
(Sunday, 3 pm) more comedy by Ian Macnaughton – Sat Nav Dating.
The weekend started on Saturday with this article.
Next (Saturday, 2.45 pm) we had an exhibition of photography by Anne Tynan – Salthill.
(Saturday, 3.30 pm) comedy by Ian Macnaughton – Candidates.
Our last piece before turning one was this song parody by our artistic director, Mary Tynan. Do you need a vaccine?
Notes From Xanadu and Xanadu Online Theatre are run entirely by volunteers. If you are interested in being involved in any way, please drop us a line on email@example.com.
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