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  • in reply to: Costumes #396
    FunnyGuy
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    9849 or 9866 would get my vote, but looking into options for a longer version (see separate thread).

    in reply to: Ready Set Kadon #395
    FunnyGuy
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    I’m up for it 😊

    in reply to: Costumes #388
    FunnyGuy
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    Happi coats, particularly for’formal’ gigs, is a great idea although I favour the full-length type as worn by Ikari at 2015 UK Taiko Festival

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    I also like the idea of having a more ‘urban’ alternative look for busking/informal performances and these would be a really funky addition to the wardrobe

    http://images.cavesclothes.co.uk/images/products/1382194707-09568900.jpg

    in reply to: Dojo #384
    FunnyGuy
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    If we were to consider looking for alternative accommodation are we sticking with Monday for our rehearsal night and what would we be prepared to pay?

    in reply to: Fees for gigs #383
    FunnyGuy
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    I think supporting a local charity is a good idea, but experience of playing with Samba Tawe warrants a couple of observations.
    1. Aim to limit our support of chosen charity to no more than two years at a time.
    2. ‘Gift’ one free performance per year at an event organised by the charity. Any more and we apply our ‘regular’ fee. Consider applying traveling expenses.
    3. If/when we busk allow the charity to collect, but they must be responsible for providing the collectors and arranging the appropriate permit with the Council.

    We should be aiming to ‘supply’ a quality performance at all our appearences and therefore should consider a flat rate appearence fee. This eliminates the need for a complicated sliding scale and the set of rules to go with it. In addition to the appearence fee, travel expenses to be applied for appearences outside Swansea.

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