[Bards] no suger coating on this
alden_drake at sbcglobal.net
Tue Oct 31 14:36:18 PST 2006
Hehe - And I thought they followed me for my mead. :)
Not all events are well suited to bardic circles, and if your group only has one event a year, it is especially tough. Still, it's not impossible - you just have to get creative. One idea I like is that if you have people crashing at your place, then try hosting a bardic circle the night before the event at your place and invite others to attend. Your house guests become either a captive audience, or are bards who can perform. :) I'd love to be invited to crash at someone's house for an event knowing that bardic was going to be happening that night!
The easiest way to get a bardic circle on the schedule is to volunteer to organize one and talk to the autocrat to work out the logistics. If it's a wet site, it's good to call your nearest brewers guild too! Then put the word out!
----- Original Message ----
From: Esther <reese_esther at yahoo.com>
To: Ansteorran Bardic list <bards at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Tuesday, October 31, 2006 2:07:41 PM
Subject: Re: [Bards] no suger coating on this
Alden, my dear, have you ever considered that you have developed a following because you are GOOD?
Your friends follow you around, because when they do, they have FUN. :-)
But it is hard to find a place for a bardic circle, especially when everything a group must do in one year must be crammed into one event -- or even two, in a Barony's case.
Just one woman's opinion.
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