No Marcus this week, but I used my new set of keys to let us in. I was happy Matthew turned up by the end of the third track and he managed to find a comfy chair to sit on, as I'd been playing the drums standing. Steve came up from Glastonbury to join the core group and it felt like a band. Jean-Michel came prepared with a poem by Arthur Rimbaud - 'Départ' (1886). He's very kindly included a photo of the poem, so people can sing along in the car. We were accompanied by Billy O'Shaughnessy and Chloe Todd, who couldn't be persuaded to join in and sat in the auditorium as our audience ...
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