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sport »

[13 Oct 2013 | No Comment | 1,270 views]
rollerblading

An unexpected Saturday morning to myself, three day old clothes on and out to enjoy the sunny autumn-ness in Battersea Park.

work »

[6 Jun 2013 | No Comment | 1,258 views]
Launch: Startup Weekend, Creatives Edition

Startup Weekend does what it says on the tin – they build & launch start up companies in the space of a weekend, Friday night to Sunday arvo. It’s an impressive model, active globally, with many success stories under its belt.

goss »

[27 May 2013 | No Comment | 1,365 views]
London Symphony Orchestra, Trafalgar Square

The London Symphony Orchestra. Playing for free. In Trafalgar Square. On a sunny bank holiday Monday.

Uncategorised »

[9 May 2013 | No Comment | 1,057 views]
Hunter and the Bear

grrr

work »

[14 Apr 2013 | No Comment | 1,058 views]
Update: butterfliesyoga

Sunday class at Pineapple Dance Studios

sport »

[19 Feb 2013 | No Comment | 1,617 views]

Nasty foggy morning turned beautifully sunny today. Jobs done. Trainers on. Four, wait no, five layers on. Bus. Walk. Delayer. Neeown. Hood up. Power walk home. Trainers outside the front door. Hot shower. Giant glass of orange squash. Sofa. Aaaaah.

work »

[17 Feb 2013 | No Comment | 1,492 views]
Update: butterfliesyoga

Back to some yoga teaching. Yay. And yikes. And thank you Charlie.

“Sunday 3rd March 12-1pm I’ll be covering Charlie’s Vinyasa class at Pineapple Dance Studios.”

Read more here.

goss »

[14 Feb 2013 | No Comment | 3,910 views]
Cirque du Soleil

Performance of the properly well known, properly popular ‘alternative’ circus at the Royal Albert Hall. Unreal.

goss »

[16 Jan 2013 | No Comment | 1,372 views]
Sleeping Beauty

Sadler’s Wells is a reasonably contemporary theatre and Matthew Bourne is the contemporary choreographer so we were prepared for alternative production elements. Admittedly there was a transvestite evil fairy, a gothic disco, a tent, a flying puppet child and a blindfolded dream sequence, but I would otherwise describe it as one of the most accessible and enjoyable ballets.

goss »

[6 Dec 2012 | No Comment | 14,465 views]
Kiss Me Kate

A lively, production with lots of familiar and fun parts.