Saturday 23 August 2014

"Tumble Church" - A Liturgy in Rubrics

Beaker Folk enter the Moot House in pairs. Men may wear shorts and singlets. Women, in homage to the 80s, big hair and leggings.

To the sound of Ravel's Bolero, the males attempt a forward roll. They lay, floundering, screaming that they've pulled a muscle (or, as it may be, irritated their arthritis).

The females prance around a bit with beach balls and ribbons.

Whenever a woman accidentally treads on a bloke, he may scream and indicate further damage has been incurred.

Everybody limps off, wondering what the point was. In Wittenberg, Luther turns in his grave.

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