Monthly Archives: July 2013

Hot stuff

The weather of late is just what you pray for if you are on holiday. Witness the jolly crowds of ice-cream glugging tourists thronging our streets. But for a working boy of a thespian bent such as myself, getting through … Continue reading

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Chip central

News of seagull attacks in George Street confirms my view that despite the sterling efforts of the powers that be, the critters are more prolific than ever. Anyone living within earshot of the strip of river between the station and … Continue reading

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Food

I read with interest the news that Liam Gallagher had called in at the Globe on the way to Glastonbury and ordered chips with gravy and champagne. Followed by more chips and gravy. You really know you have made it … Continue reading

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Fantasy

A young chap from Latvia was outside the Natural Theatre headquarters in Widcombe earlier this week. He was taking a picture of our Flowerpot Man statue. This is a larger than life-size Bath stone carving of a man in a … Continue reading

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