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  • Lincoln, here we come
    The trailer will be left behind too and so willany other things not needed The back line and personal luggage the instruments food and drink were packed alongside Bekir s paintings and Patricks installations and we mounted our two vehicles now bound for England via Hoek van Holland and Harwich Bekir could not be with us on this last leg of the tour As a White Russian he would have to send his passport to the hub embassy of his country in Warsaw and the time for his passport to return with a visa could not be guaranteed so he had to make a decision and decided not to risk the rest of the tour Most of us will meet at a press conference in Langen Germany on the 22 June 2010 Bekir will join the group again there for a final evening The vans then set off toward the harbour at the Hoek van Holland and although there was pretty heavy traffic the flow was moving steadily on its way and after three hours the group arrived at the port with plenty of time to spare The crossing was smoothe on the Hollandica a brand new ship from Stena Line Spain played against Switzerland and lost to the amazment of especially the Spaniards on tour with the Trail but they were able to laugh about it well almost Bob and Patrick set up camp and began writing reports and getting the documentation videos and fotos prepared to send to Thomas in Langen who is cutting the film Culture Trail 2010 A little nap in between and the crossing was over at 8 pm local time which is 9 pm continental time The Hollandica reached Harwich on time and we were back in the vans and driving toward Lincoln before

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  • In Lincoln
    us heartily We went through all the venues so everyone knew where to go over the next few days The studios for exhibitions and workshops the theatre for Teatro Punto and the Engine Shed for the band Only Grzegorz will be out sourced to St Swithens Church for his renaissance music recital At 10 30 am we all went with Graham to the radion station for Licoln and had live interviews and live music for an hour The radio interviewers name was also Graham and he made things real easy for everyone He asked the right questions for the listners and we were able to give a lot of information in a minimum of time We then went back to the drama department for some lunch and then Patrick started to set up the exhibition Robert volunteered to assist as Bekir cannot be with us and we wanted to bring his paintings with us nevertheless Antonio Judith and Tomas began rehearsals and lights for their piece tomorrow and Bob started the reports and documentation Graham was everywhere and is in dire need of a good British ale and a vegy burger Downstairs the band can be heard playing some jazz interpretations and others are wandering through the maze of old Lincoln on this sunny wonderful day At 5 pm we wrapped things up to go and get ready for a barbecue which Jill Graham s wife organized The work she put into preparing the food is incredible and she really deserves a French confrerie title something like Confrerie de Piknik Britanique maybe Graham and Jill s garden in Brant Broughton looks inviting as we all stream in Natasha the little girl of the house is timid at first but soon gets to know the team better and is happy to

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  • In Lincoln
    us heartily We went through all the venues so everyone knew where to go over the next few days The studios for exhibitions and workshops the theatre for Teatro Punto and the Engine Shed for the band Only Grzegorz will be out sourced to St Swithens Church for his renaissance music recital At 10 30 am we all went with Graham to the radion station for Licoln and had live interviews and live music for an hour The radio interviewers name was also Graham and he made things real easy for everyone He asked the right questions for the listners and we were able to give a lot of information in a minimum of time We then went back to the drama department for some lunch and then Patrick started to set up the exhibition Robert volunteered to assist as Bekir cannot be with us and we wanted to bring his paintings with us nevertheless Antonio Judith and Tomas began rehearsals and lights for their piece tomorrow and Bob started the reports and documentation Graham was everywhere and is in dire need of a good British ale and a vegy burger Downstairs the band can be heard playing some jazz interpretations and others are wandering through the maze of old Lincoln on this sunny wonderful day At 5 pm we wrapped things up to go and get ready for a barbecue which Jill Graham s wife organized The work she put into preparing the food is incredible and she really deserves a French confrerie title something like Confrerie de Piknik Britanique maybe Graham and Jill s garden in Brant Broughton looks inviting as we all stream in Natasha the little girl of the house is timid at first but soon gets to know the team better and is happy to

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  • In Lincoln
    and welcomed us heartily We went through all the venues so everyone knew where to go over the next few days The studios for exhibitions and workshops the theatre for Teatro Punto and the Engine Shed for the band Only Grzegorz will be out sourced to St Swithens Church for his renaissance music recital At 10 30 am we all went with Graham to the radion station for Licoln and had live interviews and live music for an hour The radio interviewers name was also Graham and he made things real easy for everyone He asked the right questions for the listners and we were able to give a lot of information in a minimum of time We then went back to the drama department for some lunch and then Patrick started to set up the exhibition Robert volunteered to assist as Bekir cannot be with us and we wanted to bring his paintings with us nevertheless Antonio Judith and Tomas began rehearsals and lights for their piece tomorrow and Bob started the reports and documentation Graham was everywhere and is in dire need of a good British ale and a vegy burger Downstairs the band can be heard playing some jazz interpretations and others are wandering through the maze of old Lincoln on this sunny wonderful day At 5 pm we wrapped things up to go and get ready for a barbecue which Jill Graham s wife organized The work she put into preparing the food is incredible and she really deserves a French confrerie title something like Confrerie de Piknik Britanique maybe Graham and Jill s garden in Brant Broughton looks inviting as we all stream in Natasha the little girl of the house is timid at first but soon gets to know the team better and is

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  • In Lincoln
    patient and welcomed us heartily We went through all the venues so everyone knew where to go over the next few days The studios for exhibitions and workshops the theatre for Teatro Punto and the Engine Shed for the band Only Grzegorz will be out sourced to St Swithens Church for his renaissance music recital At 10 30 am we all went with Graham to the radion station for Licoln and had live interviews and live music for an hour The radio interviewers name was also Graham and he made things real easy for everyone He asked the right questions for the listners and we were able to give a lot of information in a minimum of time We then went back to the drama department for some lunch and then Patrick started to set up the exhibition Robert volunteered to assist as Bekir cannot be with us and we wanted to bring his paintings with us nevertheless Antonio Judith and Tomas began rehearsals and lights for their piece tomorrow and Bob started the reports and documentation Graham was everywhere and is in dire need of a good British ale and a vegy burger Downstairs the band can be heard playing some jazz interpretations and others are wandering through the maze of old Lincoln on this sunny wonderful day At 5 pm we wrapped things up to go and get ready for a barbecue which Jill Graham s wife organized The work she put into preparing the food is incredible and she really deserves a French confrerie title something like Confrerie de Piknik Britanique maybe Graham and Jill s garden in Brant Broughton looks inviting as we all stream in Natasha the little girl of the house is timid at first but soon gets to know the team better and

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=168:in-lincoln&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=fr (2016-02-16)
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  • In Lincoln
    and welcomed us heartily We went through all the venues so everyone knew where to go over the next few days The studios for exhibitions and workshops the theatre for Teatro Punto and the Engine Shed for the band Only Grzegorz will be out sourced to St Swithens Church for his renaissance music recital At 10 30 am we all went with Graham to the radion station for Licoln and had live interviews and live music for an hour The radio interviewers name was also Graham and he made things real easy for everyone He asked the right questions for the listners and we were able to give a lot of information in a minimum of time We then went back to the drama department for some lunch and then Patrick started to set up the exhibition Robert volunteered to assist as Bekir cannot be with us and we wanted to bring his paintings with us nevertheless Antonio Judith and Tomas began rehearsals and lights for their piece tomorrow and Bob started the reports and documentation Graham was everywhere and is in dire need of a good British ale and a vegy burger Downstairs the band can be heard playing some jazz interpretations and others are wandering through the maze of old Lincoln on this sunny wonderful day At 5 pm we wrapped things up to go and get ready for a barbecue which Jill Graham s wife organized The work she put into preparing the food is incredible and she really deserves a French confrerie title something like Confrerie de Piknik Britanique maybe Graham and Jill s garden in Brant Broughton looks inviting as we all stream in Natasha the little girl of the house is timid at first but soon gets to know the team better and is

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  • In Lincoln
    to go over the next few days The studios for exhibitions and workshops the theatre for Teatro Punto and the Engine Shed for the band Only Grzegorz will be out sourced to St Swithens Church for his renaissance music recital At 10 30 am we all went with Graham to the radion station for Licoln and had live interviews and live music for an hour The radio interviewers name was also Graham and he made things real easy for everyone He asked the right questions for the listners and we were able to give a lot of information in a minimum of time We then went back to the drama department for some lunch and then Patrick started to set up the exhibition Robert volunteered to assist as Bekir cannot be with us and we wanted to bring his paintings with us nevertheless Antonio Judith and Tomas began rehearsals and lights for their piece tomorrow and Bob started the reports and documentation Graham was everywhere and is in dire need of a good British ale and a vegy burger Downstairs the band can be heard playing some jazz interpretations and others are wandering through the maze of old Lincoln on this sunny wonderful day At 5 pm we wrapped things up to go and get ready for a barbecue which Jill Graham s wife organized The work she put into preparing the food is incredible and she really deserves a French confrerie title something like Confrerie de Piknik Britanique maybe Graham and Jill s garden in Brant Broughton looks inviting as we all stream in Natasha the little girl of the house is timid at first but soon gets to know the team better and is happy to show her girlfriend how confident she can be The barbecue is soon

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  • First day, Lincoln
    There will be a continuous flow of musicians on the outside stage all day and in the city centre street art will dominate the malls and pedestrian areas Todays line up includes John Pape Len Eye Mike Hall and Steve Cooper followed by the Free Spirit Dance Company then Double Take Strumming Steve Jackson Steve Skaith a Lincolnshire man now living in Brighton and who had heard about the Culture Trail via common friends in East Germany Then Dave Gibb The Ponys performed followed by Abi Moore and Neil O Grady The Free Spirit Dance Company performed between the music acts to round of a wonderful day of performing arts on the campus Patrick and Bob set themselves up ready to talk to classes of children from the Trent Valley and Cherry Willingham schools for a discussion on communication art and integration The children s primary disinterest in art soon dissolved to playful fascination when Patrick s art installations were found to be playable The first installation with megaphones and sponge hammers were a welcome opportunity for the more brave among the youngsters to show what they can do in terms of playful leadership The idea is to see if you can agree together on topics If so then you can simply go on with the debate and if not then the sponge hammers became the centre of communiation and you can hit each other The fact that the sponge cannot harm is also a symbolism for aggression release through playful means and it works Robert began his workshop with young dancers from the performing arts academy and Georgia Twynham a children s book author gave a wonderful workshop with children from the Heartsholme school Bob and Patrick s children from their debate went to join the dance workshop with

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