We formally launched the company from Northampton Museum & Art Gallery on 3 November and welcomed about 150 guests to an evening of celebration and entertainment accompanied by delicious food prepared and served by Flourish.
The event was a great success and you can see some of the pictures on the events page with video material to follow.
So many thanks to all those that supported the launch including
Northampton Borough Council for the venue – great support from all the staff. Both a wonderful place to work and a great venue for all manner of events and activities
Flourish for their delicious food and professional service. Book them for your catering requirements, you won’t be disappointed
Justin Thyme – our compere for the evening, a master wordsmith and curator of the Bardic Chair amongst other talents
The Samba Bandits raised the roof with their Latin grooves and are available for your event
Badra Tribal performed their mesmerising blend of rhythmic dance and run both classes for aspiring dancers and are available for your events
Caroline Hussey-Bain aka the ‘Bard of Northampton’ wrote and performed a dedication to the birth of EASI and can also be found performing with the Love Poets at select venues
Joe Woolley perfomed a mellow set of folk inspired blues and can be found performing locally and nationally. Catch hime when you can for a little inspiration
Pat Fish of Jazz Butcher fame performed a unique blend of post punk acoustica and can be found performing up and down the land to great acclaim
Thanks to Bob Fielding for his photographic skills capturing activity during the evening. Bob is available to discuss you photographic needs
Thanks to Charlie Trotman and Leigh, students from the University of Northampton, for the videography – soon to be on the site. They’re available to video your events and offer a high quality good value service
Big thanks to Andy Partridge for the use of and setting up the PA for the evening. Andy’s blues band, “The Blue Road”, are worth checking out on face book
Massive thanks to a number of local businesses who provided refreshments, food and support. We’re grateful to Daily Bread, The Co-op in Daventry & Northampton, Sainsbury’s & Morrisons