A rainy Sunday confronted me this morning but it didn't dampen the spirits of Tight Tens' capacity crowd. As ever, the acts all did well - Tom Little putting in a particularly hectic set necessitated by booking his guest slots too closely together. The crowd were happy and the bin took its best feed so far.
The rain didn't affect turnout for 99FWP either with a close-to-full room greeting us on entry. Anna J was back in action and quizzing the crowd as usual whilst I urged them on during the tracks. The bucket take was a reflection of the age of the crowd - who were largely 18-22, apologetic and skint - so we didn't take anything negative from it.
Given our abject lack of reviews, tweets, insta's etc it appears that good old word of mouth is pushing our audience figures in the right direction.
Clash of the Tight Tens
Bums on seats: 40 (Total: 214)
Cash in the swing bin: £118 (Total: £477)
99 (First World) Problems
Bums on seats: 35 (Total: 206)
Cash in the bag for life: £32 (Total: £461)