The Creative Cricklewood Open Mic at the Windmill last Thursday built on the success of last month and was another great night. Thanks to all those who came out in the cold to support local talent and to make the night such fun. Of course we must also send a special thank you to the wonderful folk below and anyone else involved in bringing it all together.
Guest MC: Carl Chamberlain
Organisers: Henryk Terpiłowski, Dave Parrett
Artist: Ivorene Davies
Caricature drawing: Mary Saxe-Falstein ( http://www.marysaxe-falstein.co.uk/ )
Poster design: by Alistair Lambert
Performers: Panama Dave Parrett
J C Ryan
And last, but most definitely not least…. Weronika Knap and all the staff at the Windmill.
A quote from the night: “It’s nice you’ve breathed some life into the place. The girls are working their socks off and they deserve success” Carl
Next month’s Open Mic at the Windmill will be on THURSDAY 10th JANUARY, put the date in your diaries now!
Don’t forget, the paintings by Ivorene Davies will stay on display till the beginning of January, during the Windmill’s opening times:
Mon -Wed 4 – 12pm
Thurs – Fri 4pm – 1am
Sat 12 noon – 1am
Sun 12 noon – 12pm
Following on from the success of last month’s Open Mic, we’re returning to The Windmill this Thursday the 6th December at 7.30pm, featuring….
….Guitarist Panama Dave Parrett, raconteur Jean-marc, bellydance by the fabulous Rosy Summerbell, a new exhibition of paintings by Ivorene Davies, live caricature drawing by Mary Saxe-Falstein, and guest MC Carl Chamberlain.
There will also be slots available for anyone else who would like to perform on the night, just come along at 7.30pm and put your name down on the list.
IVORENE DAVIES was born in Cricklewood, and has lived here in the same family home most of her life. After attending Mora Road school, Ivorene studied art at Willesden School of Art – which closed in 1959. Ivorene continues to paint and draw; she has a superb sense of colour, which she incorporates into most of her work.