Brian and Kylie have gone through the workshop sheets that you all filled out - thank you very much for completing them.
They have scheduled and average of a workshop a month over 2015 until the end of the season in September. We have some the rest rolling into next season and into abround December.
Some of the events such as Studio sessions will need to be done on a Saturday afternoon as of space requirements.
Brian and Kylie would like to thank everyone that has helped over the last 6 months with the PR events - we've done a lot of venues and have really succeeded in getting the TPG name out there.
We are now having an average attendance of 29 a week with 30 paid up members and a large number of visitors on our books who come along when they are able to.... this would not have been possible without all of your efforts so a BIG THANK YOU !!!!!!!!!
We had an excellent lecture from Franko and John. He requested that if we thought the night was good, we should donate his fees to Cancer Research UK. This has been done today as instructed.
What a fantastic night. Our first TPG fundraiser went really well. We had a great turnout on the night which was really mixed with Legion members, TPG members, friends and family and Panache family and followers too. People were up dancing by the third song and this was constant throughout the night.
Everyone seemed to enjoy the night and gave nothing but positive feedback - makes it all worthwhile. We'd like to thank Kylie for organising it, Hazel and Mark for printing the fab tickets, Carmel for running the raffle, John and Kylie for doing to door on the night and everyone who bought tickets etc to support us... Finally we'd like to thank Panache for putting on 3 packed sets.
Also a thank you to those that came in fancy dress, the outfits were brilliant, but the winner of the night was little Izzy who stole the show in her beautiful light up witches dress and little goth hat headband. Her brother Corey was our werewolf of the night and entertained us with his air guitar and breakdancing, and a wicked howl over the mic at the end of 'Bad Moon Rising'