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29 March 2010 @ 10:14 pm
Bingo and other things  
Ok, I'm thinking of going to see Bingo at Chichester. Patrick Stewart tempted me, but Jason Watkins is in it! I think that's sealed the deal!

I should post more. Things lately include Tony Head in Six Degrees of Separation, working for my mates at Failbetter Games when they ran a puzzle game at the V&A after hours (got half an hour in the Quilts exhibition too, it wasn't enough), watching David Mitchell and assorted types film the Bubble, visiting Blenheim Palce (lived in Oxford for ten years and had never been before), spa day with my best buds, Heaven's Basement et al (a rock gig, really good), and going to the Bull Ring and buying 20 yards of fabric for my C18th pannier dress with sack back. Hee. That was all in the last two weeks. I'm a little bit tired. If anyone wants more details on a particular Thing, I'll tell all in comments...
prochytesprochytes on March 30th, 2010 12:15 pm (UTC)
Bingo sounds interesting. Sir Patrick's Shakespearian pedigree would make for an interesting frisson in light of the way the play works, I think.

Would love to hear about Tony Head in Six Degrees.., too.
Valderys: Rodney - To be or not to bevalderys on March 30th, 2010 05:14 pm (UTC)
Yay! I am hoping to go down and see Bingo, but may wait until it comes to London, not sure yet.

Six Degrees was fab, although a one act play, which I hadn't realised, so a little short. Very good performance, and Tony was gracious and sweet at the stage door. The young black actor playing the lead seemed completley taken aback about being asked for his autograph, and his family standing nearby, thought it was hilarious! I correctly identified it as being written in the '80s, so I think it was a little dated, but not *too* much. Very enjoyable.