While waiting for the Sega dancing to begin,
I wandered around the foyer looking for areas that I had not yet photographed
The glass in front of this wall is made from recycled glass and represents a wave
On Sega nights, locals bring their products to sell.
Normally they move between the guests, but rain just before the show forced them to gather under cover.
This "drum",is similar to the Irish Bodhran.
The original was made of goat skin and had to be heated for 50 minutes before performances.
The current ones are made of synthetic materials
"Good night and thank you for joining us".
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