Tuesday, May 28, 2013
The girls have turned the space into a gallery and hangout space and will be selling artwork, clothing and music, and running a workshop programme of 'life and music skills'. Crossfields resident Sarah is part of the choir and says, "We're calling it the GAGGLE CAVE and we'll be putting on talks, performances and artists-in-residence along with selling products and holding dozens of workshops that we hope will empower and enthuse people – from Sound Engineering for Girls and Feminist Choirs for Boys, as well as other skills from drumming to welding! The aim is to be as affordable and accessible as possible and we hope it's going to be an exciting few weeks."
Gaggle were busy painting the sign above the shop yesterday which reads "Adventures in lifestyle, craft and noise"...and will be performing on Thursday evening at 7.30pm. To find out more go to www.gaggle.tv. Gaggle also have a Facebook page, as do inSitu.