Textile, Design and riots of Colours
Poetic Comparing and Poetry
The Cable Club
Under the Railway Arch, London Bridge
The atmospher for the show was ghostly gothic, the characters were just out from their graves but alvie and deadly accurate, the audiencs were glued to their seats and dumfounded seeing some of the characters especially the ghostly spirits from Charles Dickens ghosly storeis were seating along with them. The dimlight was on and The chief Executive of the Cooltan Arts, Michelle Baharier came by the mike.
In her unghostly voice she told that “well-being of all” even the deadly characters from the costume and textile department were included in the reference, is at the heart of the Cooltan Arts dedicated to serve those who suffer from the mental health issues.
To put the audience in good mood she told them,”un acustomed as I am to tell jokes but I’d like to try. ” Once Charles Dickes after his long walk into the foggy night of London, walked into a tavern and aproached the bartender who recongnised him and said, “your usal sir, “with “Olve…….(r)……Twist?”
The audienc already tense because of the ghostly atmosphere found their release and roared with laughter.
Then she comapred the show of the fasion when so many pretty girls never have been model before in their life catwalked and delighted the audience. Then came the various characters from Dickens as if it was an “Open Day at the Nunhead Cemetery. One by one to the readings of poems written especailly by the famous Cooltan Poets themselves in their ghostly characters. Here are some of the scenes from the show:
All the Pretty women dressed prettily and felt Pretty
Dickens never was so picteresque
Little Dorrit and the poet Sasha Dee
Miss Havisham and the Poet Phil Ruthen
Madame Defarge from the “Tale of Two Cities” over seeing the revolution at the needlepoints the poignant poem was written and read by Sasha Dee
Michelle Baharier the Chief Executive flanked on either side by two leaders of the Team of London Bridge who hosted the show.
Miss Havisham in closeup
watched over by the two deadly ghost
Sasha Dee and Phil Rithen
William Ball is the Artful Dodger dodgering around Peter Cox
Peter Cox lectured about the punny meanings of the word “Artful Dodger” in the style of “Gerard Hoffnung“ the fifties humourist who lectured with pauses and nonsense sounds after the puns on the words or exagerated meanings attached to the words. Peter Cox became popular withthe audience after the show during the recption time.