Someone’s getting a nice, big extension.
Black Comedy at Hastings First Ever Fringe Festival!
New writing by Heather Alexander
Saturday 19th September – Stables Theatre
In a hospital waiting room, the wife and the mistress come face to face. These images were taken at an early rehearsal.
Both the weather and myself. Summer, where are you?
For how many more years will it be financially viable for the travelling funfair to come to town? It was an important part of my youth and good to see, despite huge amusement parks, it is still popular with the youth today.
I was but a young girl the last time I found myself in the Tate Britain. I wonder where they are storing that moody, dramatic sky scape that used to be my favourite painting – John Martin I think. And, I wonder if I would still be so moved by it today.
It was great to sit and watch the groups of children organise themselves for their sailing lessons. If only they were as enthusiastic and independent in the classroom. I wonder why – not.
Whilst riding the river bus up the Thames, it was almost impossible to turn without seeing a construction crane on the skyline. It did make me wonder, in this time of ‘austerity’, who was paying for all this development.
Taking photos inside National Trust buildings such as Scotney Castle is permissible providing a flash is not used. It’s a good exercise in trying to use the noise sliders in editing software.
The indentations in the bed were a little disconcerting – so many stories.
It’s good to go back to places and see them at different times of the year.