Good day to you Lords, ladies and gentlemen.
It’s the time of the week where I share my collected news from around the Empire and beyond. This week there’s news of someone playing steampunk music (whatever that is), a new theatre group trying Steampunk Hamlet and – most importantly – a link to an eBay account where a Datamancer keyboard signed by the late Richard “Doc” Nagy is up for auction with proceeds going to his family. Read on, dear fellows.Coastweekend.com have posted an article about Professor Gall playing steampunk Jazz on December 7th at the Voodoo Room in Astoria. I think that’s where the Goonies lived, so it ought to be full of pirate adventures. If anyone can describe steampunk music, please comment below as I’m thwarted by it.
Rain Games’ new steampunk game “Teslagrad” has been given a release date, according to shacknews.com.
Technabob.com have reported on an eBay auction of a Datamancer keyboard, signed by the man himself, with all the proceeds going to the family at this difficult time. This is one to click on.
Bad Wolf have had their single Drowning Beautiful reviewed by thecelebritycafe.com.
Norwich Evening News have posted a gallery of photographs from Wymondham Christmas Fayre which was going to be cancelled until steampunks got involved.
Philly.com have also reported on a steampunk festival in King of Prussia.
The Trebuchet Players have begun production of a steampunk version of Hamlet, according to houstonpress.com