Phew – the play last Sunday went quite well! But we had only just performed it before a few hobbits wanted us ter repeat some of the first plays we set up. And suddenly there’s a whole lot of other things to do as well!
It is Sunday! And tonight is the big night! The premiere of the play “In Search of Hope”, performed by the Grand Order Acting Troupe (GOAT)! And as usual, me nerves are shot…
Last Sunday, the Grand Order of the Lost Mathom celebrated its fourth anniversary with a spectacular party over at Songburrow hall. Speeches were short, food plentiful and the fireworks loud.
A quick scene from the 4th anniversary party for the Grand Order of the Lost Mathom tonight. It was marvellous fun! More impressions will come soon, but for now, enjoy the fireworks!
After much hard work, many a pie and several secret rehearsals, the Grand Order Acting Troupe (GOAT) is finally ready ter perform their latest theatrical play. The first performance of “In Search of Hope” happens Sunday October 16th!
Tonight (and tomorrow) is the hobbit market day in Michel Delving, organized by them lovely lasses Tibba and Nimelia Stoutfoot. What better way to celebrate than to sing the Michel Delving Market song?
On a recent mining trip out-of-bounds, I noticed this feller falling from the sky. How strange!
Wander through Michel Delving square in the evening, chances are that you will find a group of hobbits gathered near one of the stalls. Why are they there? To play music, dance, share a pie and gossip about the latest news, of course.
And so it was, on a breezy, warm autumn night, a great disturbance occurred outside of Waymeet. It was like seven chickens clucking out in unison, then suddenly darting off for the Shire borders. A group of hungry-looking hen herders followed close, clearing the way ahead so neither fox nor fowl would eat their feathered …
“Home Sweet Home” is a popular song at Green Dragon Fridays, where it is usually sung at the end of the night. It is also the traditional closing number of the Songburrow Strollers during their concerts. The audience often sings along to the chorus.