Monthly Archives: September 2012

Old dairy high jinks

I was having a haircut at the barbers opposite Bath Spa station the other day when I remembered how, many years ago, we borrowed that whole row of shops from the council for one of our alternative festivals. The buildings … Continue reading

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Humour blockage

The Natural Theatre teams have been on duty in London during the Olympics and Paralympics at various pinch points including mainline stations and report that extreme good humour has been the order of the day. Despite vast crowds they came … Continue reading

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Cobblywobbles

Someone recently suggested in the pages of the Chronicle that Bath should bring back cobbled streets. Now, this would be fine for a few quaint byways, and I believe the original granite setts do lurk beneath the Tarmac in several … Continue reading

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Purple people

As anyone who has sat next to me in a pub in the last six months will know, I’m downsizing from grand Georgian to swish modern. Those of you who have been bored stiff with hearing about the machinations of … Continue reading

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