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Tuesday, 6 November 2018

Re: The British Open - London - 18/11/2018

Good afternoon all,


Quick reminder about entries for The British Open. Please let me know by Thursday (08/11/2018) if you plan on taking part. Any questions, let me know.


Regards,

James




From: James Ang <james_ang@hotmail.co.uk>
Sent: 28 October 2018 22:56
Subject: The British Open - London - 18/11/2018
 

Hi again,


Apologies for writing twice in a day, but thought it best to keep the 2 things separate. The British Open competition this year will be held at Kidbrooke in London on Sunday 18th November. If you are interested in taking part, please take a look at the information sheet attached, let me know what events you want to take part in and also who your kata partner is.


Whilst the British Open is open to everyone, I personally recommend dojo members are a minimum of 3rd kyu before taking part in randori. 


I will be sending off the dojo registration form on Thursday 8th November so you have until then to let me know if you want to enter. 


If there are any questions/queries let me know.


James



P.S. On a different note, Hyper Japan is taking place in London the same weekend as the Open. Hyper Japan Saturday and British Open Sunday? https://hyperjapan.co.uk/


Wednesday, 31 October 2018

FW: Short Fight Film Audition Invitation and squad training

Hello all,

 

Please see the forwarded email below.

 

Also note that SAUK Squad is this Saturday at the York railway institute, as normal. I will be away for about 11 days and will not have direct access to the internet or my emails, so please send any queries to James Ang in my absence.

 

Kind regards,

 

Kat 😊

 

Happy Halloween!

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


From: Sheffield Aikido Info <info@sheffieldaikido.org.uk>
Sent: Saturday, October 27, 2018 5:12:08 PM
To: Katrina Love
Subject: Fwd: Short Fight Film Audition Invitation
 
Hi Kat,

I thought you could send this out, since you have a nice mailing list?

Thanks
Sam

---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: GEORGIE OLD <Georgie.Old@student.shu.ac.uk>
Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2018, 2:53 pm
Subject: Short Fight Film Audition Invitation
To: <info@sheffieldaikido.org.uk>


Dear Shodokan Aikido Sheffield,

I hope this email finds you well.

I am creating a Student short fight film and would like to invite any of your members interested in participating to an audition  at 12:30pm on Saturday 3rd November.

The film is unpaid, however travel expenses shall be covered and food provided on shoots and rehearsals. We shall be submitting our final 15 minute film to numerous festivals next summer, which shall provide vast exposure for the actors who participate.

Auditions are held at the Gymnasium, Pearson Building, Sheffield Hallam University Collegiate Campus, Collegiate Crescent, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S10 2BP. This is a turning off of Ecclesall Road, by the A61 'Hanover Way'.

Unfortunately travel shall not be covered for auditions, however it will be for rehearsals and shoots if successful.

Please wear comfortable clothing as you shall be practising unarmed fight scenes.

We shall be filming these fight scenes after rehearsal time to keep as an audition tape to refer to later, therefore you shall be asked to sign a waiver.

Rehearsals are booked for Saturday 10th November 2pm-4pm and Wednesday 14th November from 3pm-5pm. Filming shall be on Saturday 17th. If you are successful and these dates clash with any of your other commitments, we are able to alter them so please consider these as provisional. 

We are creating a 3 minute version containing fight scenes between now and December, then we shall be creating the 15 minute version from January until May. Cast used for this short film will also be used in the next one and those unsuccessful for the first film may be used in the second. Film dates for the longer film have not yet been confirmed.

We estimate these auditions to take roughly 2 hours, if you need to leave early for any reason please let us know before hand, so that we may try to work around your schedule, as we would prefer not to effect other commitments.

If you have any questions, please respond on Starnow or call me on 07507 353 300.

We look forward to meeting you!

Kindest Regards

Georgina Old

Monday, 29 October 2018

Re: The British Open - London - 18/11/2018

Good morning,


I just noticed a small error in my e-mail last night. The British Open is on the 18th November and not October (of course). Apologies if there was any confusion.


James




From: James Ang <james_ang@hotmail.co.uk>
Sent: 28 October 2018 22:56
Subject: The British Open - London - 18/11/2018
 

Hi again,


Apologies for writing twice in a day, but thought it best to keep the 2 things separate. The British Open competition this year will be held at Kidbrooke in London on Sunday 18th October. If you are interested in taking part, please take a look at the information sheet attached, let me know what events you want to take part in and also who your kata partner is.


Whilst the British Open is open to everyone, I personally recommend dojo members are a minimum of 3rd kyu before taking part in randori. 


I will be sending off the dojo registration form on Thursday 8th November so you have until then to let me know if you want to enter. 


If there are any questions/queries let me know.


James



P.S. On a different note, Hyper Japan is taking place in London the same weekend as the Open. Hyper Japan Saturday and British Open Sunday? https://hyperjapan.co.uk/

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Sunday, 28 October 2018

The British Open - London - 18/11/2018

Hi again,


Apologies for writing twice in a day, but thought it best to keep the 2 things separate. The British Open competition this year will be held at Kidbrooke in London on Sunday 18th October. If you are interested in taking part, please take a look at the information sheet attached, let me know what events you want to take part in and also who your kata partner is.


Whilst the British Open is open to everyone, I personally recommend dojo members are a minimum of 3rd kyu before taking part in randori. 


I will be sending off the dojo registration form on Thursday 8th November so you have until then to let me know if you want to enter. 


If there are any questions/queries let me know.


James



P.S. On a different note, Hyper Japan is taking place in London the same weekend as the Open. Hyper Japan Saturday and British Open Sunday? https://hyperjapan.co.uk/


Dojo Christmas Party

Good evening all,


Now that we are done with the annual halloween social, I would like to talk a bit about the next major dojo social event which will be the Christmas party and will be held at The Red Deer pub. 


Date: Wednesday 12th December

Time: 19.30-onwards. Food to be served from 20.00

Location: The Red Deer Pub, Sheffield

Cost: £20/24 - 2 Courses/3 Courses


Like every year, the dojo Christmas party will be held immediately following the annual Christmas training session from 17.00-19.00. The Christmas party will be a 2 or 3 course meal, during which the uni club will present their end-of-year awards. There is a 25 person limit for the food and whilst it is probable that all these spaces will not be filled, the spaces are nonetheless on a first-come-first-served basis.


To confirm your booking with me: 


  1. Please take a look at the menu (attached)
  2. Select what options you want. You can either choose 2 or 3 courses (£20 and £24). If you want 2 courses, choose either a starter and main, or a main and dessert
  3. Let me know what options you want.
  4. Pay me a £10 deposit. Either in person or online (message me for payment details)

The deadline for letting me know your options and deposit payments is Sunday 2nd December.


If you are unsure about whether to take the 2 or 3 course option, I recommend taking the 2 course as the portions have traditionally been very generous at this pub. If there are any questions/queries, please ask. I will be sending out further reminders about this event over the next month.


Regards,

James



Friday, 26 October 2018

Re: Dojo Halloween Bar Crawl

Good evening all,


This is just a quick reminder about tomorrow evening's bar crawl event. As I previously said, even though fancy dress would be fun, feel free to just turn up as normal if that is an issue. Saying that, my costume is going to be amazing. Believe it.


So meet at the Kelham Island tavern pub from 19.00 tomorrow. Best way to get there is probably via the tram to the Shalesmoor tramstop, then it's only a few minutes of walking from there. If there are any issues, please feel free to contact me on 07963151574 or FB. 


See you all soon.


James




From: James Ang <james_ang@hotmail.co.uk>
Sent: 14 October 2018 22:05
Subject: Dojo Halloween Bar Crawl
 

Hi everyone,


Halloween is nearly upon us and once again I am organising another pub crawl social for the occasion. With it being halloween, fancy dress is a given. Unlike recent years there are no specific dress themes, although the best dresser may find themselves winning a fantastic life-changing prize. Or not. Anyway, the details:


Date: Saturday 27th October

Time: Meet at 19.00 at the 1st pub (Kelham Island Tavern). Aiming to reach the Benjamin Hunstman sometime around 23.00

The route will be as follows:


  1. Kelham Island Tavern
  2. Shakespeares
  3. 3 Tuns
  4. Museum
  5. Benjamin Huntsman
  6. ? (Depends who is left and what they want to do from there.)


If you cannot make it for the start, feel free to contact me on 07963151574 to find out where we are.


Any questions/queries, let me know.


James



(P.s. if fancy dress is really an issue, feel free to forgo that and just come along anyway. You won't be in the running for that life-changing best-costume prize though...)