Medieval Open Mic Night
Hosted by Robin Fishwick
When: Tuesday 04 July, 20.00-22.00
Where: Emmanuel Centre: Claire Chapel
This event is free of charge (first come, first served).
Not with an actual microphone (that would be silly!) the IMC Open Mic Night offers a variety of fare from poetry readings to music, song, even, occasionally, dance! In previous years, we have had music from the troubadours, Viking sagas, medieval poetry, and a variety of musical instruments. Medieval contributions are particularly welcome, but it is an opportunity to share anything you always wanted to perform with the international audience the IMC provides. Whether you come to perform or listen, you will find the ambience of the Emmanuel Centre Claire Chapel and emcee Robin Fishwick’s famous spiced fruit punch unforgettable.
Robin Fishwick is the Quaker Chaplain at the Universities Chaplaincy and a supporter of various music nights in Leeds. He is a bit of a singer/songwriter himself and plays a variety of instruments (some of them quite weird!).