To Share It A' To Share It A' is an evening of music, dance and poetry from emerging artists on our Horizons programme, created in response to Burns’ poem of love and hope, ‘O Wert Thou In The Cauld Blast’ Check out our socials in the build up for lots of interactive content, and on the night for live chat and a fantastic prize giveaway! When: Friday 29 January, 7 - 8.30pm Where: Paragon Music YouTube channel (private link) How to watch: Check out the full show on our YouTube 👇 Donate: All our livestream events are FREE to attend, but any donations are always hugely appreciated. They go a long way towards helping us continue to deliver our programmes and make up for lost income. If you can, we're suggesting a donation of £5 per device, to match our in-person ticket prices. Please select a donation amount (required) £5 Suggested donation of the price of an in-person ticket for Paragon livestream events £10 would buy a new accessible percussion instrument £20 would pay for a one-to-one mentoring session £50 would pay for a block of music or dance sessions for someone on our bursary scheme £100 would help to train a new practitioner in inclusive arts practice Other Set up a regular payment Donate The Prize Draw: Win a fantastic Soundscape Design music-making session with Paragon practitioner, Ollie! Ollie is a magician when it comes to making music using instrumental recordings, found sounds and computer software - he'll guide the lucky winner through the process and together they'll create a brand new piece of music! To win the prize for yourself, or to pass on to a loved one, enter the draw by finding your favourite line from a Burns poem & sticking it in the comments on the night, or over on our socials! We will be creating a collage of Burns with everyone’s fave lines that we’ll share on the night. Oh wert thou in the cauld blast Oh wert thou in the cauld blast,On yonder lea, on yonder lea;My plaidie to the angry airt,I’d shelter thee, I’d shelter thee:Or did Misfortune’s bitter stormsAround thee blaw, around thee blaw,Thy bield should be my bosom,To share it a’, to share it a’. Or were I in the wildest waste,Sae black and bare, sae black and bare,The desert were a Paradise,If thou wert there, if thou wert there.Or were I monarch o’ the globe,Wi’ thee to reign, wi’ thee to reign;The brightest jewel in my crownWad be my queen, wad be my queen.