second & fourth Tuesdays of each month at The Guide Dog, Bevois Valley,
third & fifth Wednesdays at The Wellington Arms, Freemantle,
and some Fridays at “The First” Gallery, Bitterne, SOUTHAMPTON
14 Jun 2022
Updated June 10th: this is booked in with the pub
Pls note: PARTS OF THE SITE [e.g. branding banners, location page] ARE BEING UPDATED SEPARATELY FROM THE 'EVENTS' DIARY, SO WILL SHOW OUT-OF-DATE INFO UNTIL THAT GETS SORTED.
OK: to the real business…
Second Tues. of the month = Singaround at The Dog [38, Earls Rd, Bevois Valley SO14 6SF], following the calendar pattern of SECOND & FOURTH TUESDAYS.
Going round the room one turn at a time, with others joining in where appropriate. Bring your favourite songs, tunes, poems, etc. Looking forward to seeing you.
Phone 023 8046 2723, or e-mail about this event, until c.7pm on 14th, or TEXT [not ring] 073 8040 1951 until c.7:45 on the night [msgs received after that will prob. not get replied to until next day]. Note my phone does not receive e-mail, hence the cut-off time.
As well as this Events Diary, I’ll also keep updated the FOCSLE Music Facebook page header, visible with NO LOG-IN, OR FBk A/C. Try it now: https://www.facebook.com/FoczleMusic. Fuzzy “plan” is for Singarounds on second Tues. and Singarounds-with-Guests on fourth Tues. [because, VERY occasionally, we may have to cede a second Tues. meet to another venue user, and decamp elsewhere]. So these mooted Singarounds may morph into Guest nights, as we ink in guest schedules and as guests get more confident / cavalier about attending events in smaller spaces.
Pls. bookmark that, or this one http://www.focsle.org/details.php Chain-links icon, upper left, below date, goes to zoomable map.
The shadow of COVID. Still not beat, but case-estimates are dropping rapidly in So’ton region. However, sudden spikes could cause short-notice cancellation at any time. Case-rates of 7.5% in the Southampton region, OR 10% in any of these nearby regions [which fall within 15 miles], if they have over 1,000 study-contributors: New Forest, Wiltshire, Test Valley, Eastleigh, Winchester, East Hants., Fareham, Gosport, Portsmouth, would trigger automatic cancellation [currently, these surrounding regions are not threatening these levels, but Portsmouth is still over 4%]. See this map [the Zoe Study] we derive that data from [zoom in, max. – = three times, top right, on a computer – to make each region large enough to click/tap]. By reading the same data at the same time we do, you can stay abreast of our decisions.