Blog Entry

Feb 7, 2011

Brother Act Blog is now live!

A welcome to the Blogisphere, and a summary of ways of keeping in touch.
Posted by: brotheract
elcome to the first entry in the Brother Act Blog!

There are so many exciting things to tell you about, I don't know where to start.  As you can see, the website is coming together very nicely.  Some parts of it are still very much a work in progress, but as soon as I can chase those naughty monks for some photos and biographies and stuff, we'll be well on the way to getting it completed.

As seems to be the way of the world these days, there are many ways in which you can keep up to date with what's going on in Brother Act World. (It's an eccentric World, as I'm sure you're starting to realise, so therefore worth keeping in touch with, as a welcome break from your own reality!)

Obviously, there is this blog, and as well as giving you as much information as we can about what is happening to the Brothers, we'll be getting the Brothers themselves to write entries as well, so you can really get to know them, and find out how they all tick.  Be warned, they don't think like you and me!

Not only that, but we have our very own Twitter feed, and you can follow us at  If you don't already have a Twitter account, but are interested in what the rest of the world is talking about (Let's face it, Twitter is everywhere nowadays, even being referenced on the news!) it's completely free, and really easy to sign up.

You will soon be able to find us on Facebook too.  Brother Jem is going to set that up for us, and as soon as he does, you can be sure we'll let you know.

Most excitingly, now has a brand spanking new Mailing List that you can join.  Again, it's totally free, as all the best things in life are supposed to be (even if in fact, some of them are not - like ice cream...) and you can sign up for that here.  That way you'll know that you'll never miss an opportunity so see the Brothers live on stage.

Don't forget, you can always email us directly, as well, at

So with all those means of communication, there's really no excuse for being left out of the loop. Whatever the loop is.  As far as I know, the Loop is the one way system in Leeds, but why you'd mind being left out of that is beyond me.  I've tried leaving it on many occasions, quite unsuccessfully, I might add, and found myself going round and round for hours!  Most distressing.  Anyway, I'm sure it's just a figure of speech, and you know what I mean.

That's it for now, folks! Come back and visit again soon.