Sundown @ Pecha Kucha, Twenty One, Southend

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We had a great Sundown at The Railway a few weeks ago, thanks so much to the venue staff, the Shangri La lot, all our artists, our beaut audience, Chris Davison and Kelly Buckley for the promo.  We are always so grateful for the support and love.  We had lots of people ask us “when’s the next one?” which felt great, and we will definitely plan to do some more in 2018.  But before then, we’ve been invited to take part in the latest Pecha Kucha organised by Metal, located at new cultural venue Twenty One in Southend.  We’re honoured and very excited to be part of this.  The line-up looks brilliant and we just feel happy to be there.  We want to showcase Sundown Arts in the way it deserves, celebrate its longevity and hopefully channel the passion we have for it and all who sails in it.  So thank-you Metal and thank-you fellow PK’er’s and thanks to anyone who turns up!

Until then, have a lovely Christmas everyone.  Keep supporting your local arts events, keep working together and not against each other, and keep your eyes peeled for more of our creative projects.  Ray and I are working on our own personal projects as well as working full-time, but we do have plans for an open-mic spoken word night in the New Year, that MOTH inspired night I keep banging on about and of course, another Sundown in the pipeline.  So keep checking our website and social media.  We look forward to seeing you soon!  Lots of Sundown love to you all xx