Friday, 27 November 2009
Thursday, 26 November 2009
You can see the leaflet in its full glory by clicking on the image which will take you through to Twitpic.
Congratulations on the wedding to Mr Andrew - and nice that he wanted to share so much with everyone. But residents of Fortis Green can rest assured there will be no similar Hello! style photo shoot of my wedding popping through their doors next March.
And I've no doubt that while Carshalton & Wallington Conservatives were busy putting together this wedding photo montage the Lib Dem MP for Carshalton & Wallington Tom Brake was busy working hard for his constituents and getting our messages across to the voters - so double celebrations!
Wednesday, 25 November 2009
Saturday, 21 November 2009
Friday, 20 November 2009
Thursday, 19 November 2009
Saturday, 14 November 2009
Friday, 13 November 2009
Wednesday, 11 November 2009
Tuesday, 10 November 2009
Maybe the hitch is to do with the on-screen appearances by Stephen Fry, Natasha Little and Elize Du Toit... Had really been looking forward to it, but not all is lost as we have been able to switch our tickets to next Friday. Miss out being the first to see (and review) it, but never mind.
The real-life, actually-there-in-the-studio cast is Steven Webb, Nigel Harman and Robert Daws. I've seen all of them on the stage before, so have an idea of what to expect from them - all accomplished and very watchable, so should be good..
Steven Webb I saw in the excellent Sh*tm*x , also in Trafalgar Studio 2, which just never seems to fail to put on great productions. In fact, that was so good we went and saw it twice in a week.
Nigel Harman I saw in the considerably less excellent Three Days Of Rain, which I wouldn't have watched a second time however long I lived. After I wrote that blog I got a bit of stick on the Nigel Harman Fansite message boards... but to clarify, the problem was not in any way Nigel's acting, just the play. Very much looking forward to seeing him in what I hope - and am sure - will be a much better play.
Robert Daws I actually saw on the stage years and years ago, with my Mum & Dad, in a farce called Caught In The Act (styled as a sequel to Run For Your Wife), which also starred Russ Abbot and Eric Sykes. It's a long time ago, but I remember being fairly suspicious at the start (my parents' choice of play) but very pleasantly surprised and entertained.
Anyway, I'll get to see Public Property next week - if anyone else sees it in the meantime and wants to comment below on how they find it (without spoiling the plot for me please!), you're very welcome.
UPDATE: Following the helpful comment below, I see you can also get all the info you need on the play by going directly to Public Property.
Monday, 9 November 2009
Wednesday, 4 November 2009
Tuesday, 3 November 2009
- No apology to Steve or to local residents
- No retraction of the smear email to those she sent it to
- No explanation as to why she was so irresponsible in not checking her facts (which anyone could have done on Twitter)