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News, October 2021:

The Plague prevented all performances until very recently. Bagpipes are no longer recognised as a cure for pestilence, and we have adopted a cautious approach based on resolute misanthropy. Requests for live appearances have just started to pick up again, but we anticipate a new lockdown.

Meanwhile, the workshop continues unabated - accelerated, in fact, due to a lack of distractions from persons wanting us to dress in preposterous clothes and play at them. Instruments of varied shape and hue roll off the production line regularly, and fly off to America, Japan, Singapore, Shropshire.

As always, if there's anything you spot on the site that needs immdediate attention, I generally respond to being poked. Just email me with *poke* in the subject line and I'll at least wake up and wonder who on earth poked me.paul@diabolus.org

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