Monthly Archives: May 2013

Party in the City

Congratulations Bath Festival (and a bit of the Fringe) for Party in the City. Pity you couldn’t fix the weather! Scarves in almost June? Ridiculous! We met up for a pre-party supper. What’s on tonight asked the lady opposite, waving the programme? … Continue reading

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Fringe picks

Once again it’s Fringe Festival time and as usual it is my pleasant duty to save you wading through the acres of printed programme by bringing you Ralph’s Pick of the Fringe.  With everything from Swallows and Amazons through an … Continue reading

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Tarka

Further to my recent ramblings about wildlife/human interface, I have been proven horribly wrong about the nocturnal gnawings in my cavity walls. Contrary to expectations, half an inch of plasterboard is not enough to keep nature at bay. Last week, … Continue reading

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Diplomatic bag

Actors from the Natural Theatre Company might find themselves performing in Russia shortly. Although still unconfirmed, we’ve been provisionally invited to appear in the British Ambassador’s garden in Moscow to celebrate the queen’s birthday. We’ve been to quite a few of these events … Continue reading

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Fishy tale

I wrote recently about the resurgence of wildlife along the riverside development in Bath. How nooks and crannies in the new walkways are being adopted as homes by moorhens and the like. Well, now things have gone too far. Something … Continue reading

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