Can I just ask? Does this look like an event?
Does it look like an event where there would be no technical difficulties in letting intending audiences know that it’s been cancelled?
I hate Eventbrite. But I have believed that one of its advantages is that everyone who signed up for an event would be easily contactable in case they have some news.
Instead, the only place I eventually discovered that my event at Waterstones in Stirling last night had been cancelled, was on Twitter. It’s not the kind of place I head to, to check my event hasn’t been cancelled, before I head to the event. I suppose I should. I can’t see why, though. I don’t even have to be on Twitter to have booked the event. That was all on Waterstones website, and Eventbrite.
But as I said, I got a walk out of it. It didn’t rain. And it helped me think about the future.