One door closes…

It was our last Tuttle on Greek Street on Friday.

Quite a turn out plus we had cake and champers. I got the impression that the excitement about a move to the ICA outweighed any sadness at leaving our old quirky venue.

Do come along this Friday of you can. The sign up wiki is here.

And If you missed it last week then here are some bits and bobs from the morning including some excellent ukulele playing from Lloyd:

That should also give you an idea of the Flip Mino’s quality.

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7 Responses to “One door closes…”

  1. Andy Bargery says:

    looks like it went off with a pop… hope to finally get involved with Tuttle at the ICA!

  2. MartinSFP says:

    Tuttle-tastic. I’d love to come to one of these but being ‘oop north’ makes it difficult. I like the Flip Mino’s quality too!

  3. julianlstar says:

    Agree it is something lacking up here. I would be very interested in getting one started in Manchester.

  4. Mike , great content as ever. Your right about the brand awareness of since I was expecting Christian to appear but no it was the Lawson. Meanwhile I need to clarify. I signing up to the wiki a pre-requisite to attending the ICA tuttle ?

    See you Friday.

  5. Mike says:

    Andy – Looking forward to seeing you there. We should have a chat.

    Martin and Julian – Go for it. We’ve had Tuttles kick off in Brighton, Birmingham, Denver and a few other places. Pretty sure a Manc one would kick arse.

    Nic – Not at all. Signing up on the wiki just lets us guess the numbers (which isn’t as big a deal now we have more space). Anyone can turn up – just mention Tuttle or Social Media Club to the nice person on the door.

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