Follow the Herring, yarn bombs or Jager bombs?

Just going back to my last post, my friend Jacky added a comment quoting the Oxford English Dictionary definition of Art: ‘works produced by human creative skills and imagination’.      I asked Philosopher for his…

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Rude Mechanicals 'The Wife', in Crowhurst. Battleaxe recommends.

Just a quick update. Last night two old friends came down from Birmingham and, on the suggestion of a neighbour, we went to see the Rude Mechanical Theatre Company in their open-air performance of ‘The…

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Wild Garlic in Alexandra Park, King Lear and Great Dixter

Just had a busy few days.      Our friend Bill from Birmingham came to stay. Among other things we did the long walk from here, across the West Hill, down through Alexandra Park, up to…

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La Traviata from beyond the Urals – a joy at the White Rock

Ever optimistic, we booked for La Traviata, put on by the obscure-sounding Russian State Ballet and Opera Theatre, at the White Rock. Our last couple of experiences down there have been grim, never mind trying…

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Horrors at the White Rock, then Battleaxe the writer gets a boost

I think I can safely say I have never seen anything as bad as the Christmas Crooners show at the White Rock Theatre.     Went on a WI outing. The person who had booked the…

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