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Great to see Walk the Plank's new Cobden Works space in Salford this past Sunday, where they were hosting a Fun Palace. The place is abuzz with possibilities and will be bringing to life lots of fantastic new projects. So watch their space!

We are very much looking forward to hosting FLOI 2018 there on the first weekend of March (2-4). Booking is open, so get on it, this is going to be real corker of an event.
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Here are a couple of snaps from the end of the afternoon of just some of the many making and gathering spaces they have created.
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Anyone know of a good tour booker or similar?

I have a show with a garden shed called WORKS.
A collaboration known as - Haywood Hix.
A bit like the Mouse Trap game.
A machine pieced together by two shed tinkerers, in order for the shed cat to deliver sugar lumps for their cups of tea.
We had a good opening run at things 2013/14 but now we are struggling to get enough bookings.
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The Desperate Men write:

Dear friends,

We're crowdfunding to help Rough Glory Films finish making a film about us, and we've hit our original £5K target! With 6 days still to go, can you help us hit our stretch target of £7000?

Washed Up is a rambunctious documentary about Desperate Men, exploring how two people can maintain a creative working relationship for 37 years without (much) bloodshed. The film gives a candid, darkly comic insight into the combustible creative tension that compels us to continue our journey -- and also threatens to end it.

Having hit our post-production target, any extra funds will help cover costs such as screenings, and adding additional material. Donate, or pledge & claim rewards, including advance tickets to the premiere or a private screening in your own home with live & fractious commentary by Jon & Richard.

Click the link below to find out more & donate!

http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/washed-up-1

With thanks from the Desperate Men.

Desperate Men - one of the UK’s most versatile and inventive outdoor arts companies
Epstein Buildings
Mivart St
Easton
Bristol BS5 6JL

Tel: 0117 939 3902
www.desperatemen.com

Currently creating participatory projects (DNA),touring Slapstick and Slaughter and working on the R&D for the Wye Valley River Festival 2018.
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