Time until Milford Assembly: 02days, 21 hours, 59 minutes, 49 seconds (approx)

It's really starting to look ship-shape in Milford Haven ahead of Friday's Assembly. Today, we've been speaking to a number of our special guests and there seems to be a real buzz to get involved in the open-mic, with some quality acts already signing up and reserving their slot on the night.

After a few hours putting the finishing touches to our plans at the production house, Catherine Paskell and I hit the Torch Theatre for rehearsals with the marvellous Tamsin and Shawn, a duo from Milford. Tonight, we're at our venue, The Three Crowns, checking that the Felinfoel ale is up to scratch and meet to some more artists to form some secretive plans for Friday.

Back to the question 'What is Milford's Energy?', the ideas I've heard today have been amusing to say the least. Apparently, we should forget the town's oil refineries and caffeine fixes as 'Tom' is the answer. It is that simple. Now, I would really appreciate your feedback as to whether or not this mysterious figure gives you energy. Other suggestions include the energy of young people and 'a big pile of flowers'.

So tomorrow will be all about getting the word out as much as possible, so everybody in Milford gets the chance to be involved. I'll be continuing round town with my super flip cam to collect vox pops for the event. If you've already got some ideas on what Milford's energy is, drop me a message here or get in touch at ameliaforsbrook@nationaltheatrewales.org. Whether you want to promote the work your society does to energize the community, or give us a cheeky bit of trivia about the power station, we want to catch it!

Right, that's all for now. I'll be blogging more tomorrow, hopefully with more info about the mysteriously omnipotent Tom...

 

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