An eventual return to Chester, with open air theatre, and a boat lift! Continue reading
Sometimes one ends up taking a break somewhere almost at random, or at least because it’s somewhere the trains seem to be running to across Easter weekend. Hence Heather and I found ourselves heading to Nottingham on what turned out to be a gloriously sunny long weekend. Continue reading
Someone keeps complaining I haven’t written anything about it, so a quick recap of a recent short trip north for my birthday!
A few years ago I went to see the in London, so when news came they would be in Bromley it seemed worth a look. Along came Heather, Gemma, and Gem’s Uncle Peter and partner Alice.
One final pre-Christmas activity to catch up on as Heather and I finally found some illuminations at Crystal Palace’s Lightopia. Continue reading
Still catching up, and last gig before catching bloody Covid curtailed plans (we will return to see some of those bands!). Anyway, the gig which may have given us the lurgy in the first place, The Charlatans at Brixton Academy.
Just trying to catch up on things, and realised I’m a bit behind on gigs. Live music continued with a trip to the (still poor) Wembley Arena to see a double bill of Happy Mondays and James.
It seems like forever since I was last at the theatre (so long ago that—barring open air or , or semi-open —I seriously can’t remember when), so it was a delight to go with Heather to see the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean At The End Of The Lane, Continue reading …
It may be only the , but that means it’s time for the best Advent Calendar in the world, as produced by Heather.