Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Mason's and Swords

A couple of events this week:

l In the Mason's: it's the usual singaround, or acoustic song session, tomorrow night (15 May). The pub's in Anchor Street, Southport, behind the main post office on Lord Street. Real ale from Robinson's and they usually provide butties too. From 8.30pm.

The Swords at the Albert Dock
l Southport Swords Annual Day of Dance is in Liverpool this Saturday 18 May with ten different guest dance sides. It should be a chance to enjoy traditional English dance, and an opportunity to see how varied the different styles can be. Traditional dance often involves real ale pubs, so Liverpool is a great place for it. It always seems to go down well with bemused, but fun-loving, Scousers. I've have checked the Swords website, but I have no idea about their itinerary or timings. I've asked for them and will add them to this post, should they let me know.

P.S. (15 May): 10 teams, the best from the North West, will be entertaining from 10.30am onwards. 

Dance spots are Church Street/Whitechapel, Church Street/Church Alley, Mathew Street, Williamson Square, Bold Street/Central Station with a massed stand at the Podium (Church Street/Parker Street) possibly about 15.45.

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