The other day, I promised further details on the live-stream event from Muncaster Castle, where Phillipa Turnbull will be giving a talk and unveiling some of the seldom-seen embroidery treasures of Muncaster as part of the Lady Anne’s Needlework Retreat.
So, here they are, the promised details and the embedded video for viewing later!
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The event will take place at Muncaster between 10:00 am and 12:00 noon tomorrow, October 1st. If you want to watch it live, you just need to figure out what time it is at your place, when it’s 10:00 am in England. But there’s a really easy way to do that!
How To Calculate the Time for You
If you click the play button on the embedded video, you’ll see a countdown to the approximate start of the live stream from wherever you are.
That countdown is synced to the viewers, so you’ll can add the number of hours to your present time, to know when to expect the live stream to start (approximately).
The Live Stream Video
You can view the live stream right here on Needle ‘n Thread, using the video player below:
Email Subscribers – Here’s the direct link to the article again: Unveiling Embroidery Treasures from Muncaster Castle.
You can enlarge the screen size by clicking the 4-corners icon in the lower right corner of the video.
Good News for Sleepers!
For those who can’t make the appointment in the wee hours to watch the event live, never fear! Once it plays live, it’ll be available for recorded playback. So if you miss it the first time round, you can pop back here to watch the video whenever your time allows.
Will You Attend, Live?
It’ll be dark at 4:00 am here in Kansas when it’s 10:00 am in sunny England, but I plan to watch it live.
It’s always fun to watch something like this, when you know it’s going on right now – they’re seeing what you’re seeing, right now.
True, I suppose it’s not quite the same as tuning in for a royal wedding, but hey, it’s still fun!
And no, I won’t be drinking tea and eating scones at 4:00 am.
Unless, of course, you want to come over and join me – then I’ll be happy to put the kettle on!
Are you going to tune in live?