This year has gone by in the blink of an eye for us. We are hugely excited by the prospect of the third edition of Fourplay and have been talking about it since before the last one was even over, but as many of you have noticed, we’ve not made any progress on it yet.
For various logistical and technical reasons, we have officially decided to not put on the third edition of Fourplay in December, but instead take more time to work on it and produce the best quality festival we can by spring 2017.
One of the problems we’ve encountered over the last couple of weeks is a needless complication with the website (as you can see we’re back to our Tumblr URL), the domain name of which is temporarily “locked” and we’re being told to pay a ridiculous amount to get it back. And we want to make a proper website, one that will do justice to all of the brilliant artists and actors that we’ve worked with over the last 12 months.
In order to get all of this dealt with to the level of professionalism we want, and in a way that will benefit everybody who wants to be involved in the next edition, we’re going to host a fundraiser in December with a view to having all the technical problems sorted by January.
In the meantime, though, we are going to begin preparation for the next edition, which this time will be centred around music. The theme is TIDE. Our call to musicians will be launching by the end of the week with another piece of fantastic artwork, this time by illustrator Harriet Bruce.
We’re looking forward to seeing you at Fourplay presents TIDE.
Thanks for baring with us.