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The Eden Cafe

The Dolphins Fly are going to be playing at The Eden Cafe on June 4th.
The Cafe is part of The Eden Project & opened in St Austell's town centre, earlier this year.
It's going to be quite an event & Eden is keen to promote the evening, as it will be the launch of music sessions held there.

Yesterday, the manager contacted us & requested all sorts from the band - posters, flyers, bio, photos, links to their websites & a quote of why they want to play there...
So it's starting to feel exciting, this is the kind of venues they should be playing & I'm pretty sure that soon - it'll be even bigger places!

We've become quite fond of the place... 
They do free WI-FI, so we've spent several hours here during the last few weeks!

Today, we visited just before closing time...

So it was practically empty.
It will be amazing if the place is full on the 4th!

Now have to think of ways of persuading all their fans & potential fans to come along...


Time for bed!

The 2 cleans Sime postponed last week are awaiting us tomorrow...

Kay & Sime xx

Comments

Anonymous said…
I am sure the place will be packed!!
Don't work too hard tomorrow.
I think so too, but still have to work at getting folks interested.
We did work hard today, so glad to be home again...

Kay :)
just Gai said…
I would be there if I could. I've visited the Eden Project and the cafe there, and would love to try out the St Austell branch, especially with built in entertainment.
Karin said…
That's brilliant. Hope it goes well.
Thanks Gai & Karin - It's really exciting!

Kay :)

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