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Fairies At The Bottom Of The Market – The Report!

by on December 16, 2014

I had a lot of fun doing this, as did the other readers. Great way to spend an afternoon

Joanne Hall

On Saturday a bunch of us piled into the beautiful grotto at the back of Lunartique in St Nick’s Market, Bristol, for the return of “Fairies At The Bottom Of The Market”, accompanied once again by the Sally Army Band playing right above our heads and lending a certain oom-pah-pah to the ambience.

The grotto is a cross between a Moroccan souk and Fairyland, all done up with lights and softened with rugs on the walls. When Helen took over the shop she found the space at the back, and it’s just the right size for a small, intimate reading. Just the place, in fact, for people who have never read to an audience before to try out their stuff…

Which is exactly what Ellen Croshain and Sophie E Tallis did. Despite being teachers back in the real world, they both confessed that they were nervous reading in front of…

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