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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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Advert: Enola Is Still On

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Until Saturday night, actually. Book now, etc. Award-winning, and that.
20th Jul 2006, 00:34   comments (2)

Londinium

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Such a tourist.
20th Jul 2006, 00:34   comments (0)

ParkLeaves

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We like dapples.
20th Jul 2006, 00:33   comments (0)

Advert: Enola @ Wimbledon

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The multi-award-winning Kandinsky present their multi-award-winning production of Enola, written by multi-award-winning Al Smith, at the Ambassador's New Wimbledon Theatre Studio from 17th to 22nd of July.

As an extra-special treat there will also be a chance to experience for the first time ever Al's new play, Radio, in a rehearsed reading from July 18th to 22nd before it transfers to the Edinburgh Fringe.

Book tickets now for this limited time offer!

AppleStore LiveBlogging

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Nerd!

Plus, say hello to my (new) little friend: Motoko.

Little Acorns

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It may not look like much, but this is the beginning of one of my
Fringe shows. Lots to do, naturally, but most of it not by me.
6th Jul 2006, 15:19   comments (2)

Jetty

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Looking away from Morecambe.
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Garden Centre Signage

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Beware falling urns.
6th Jul 2006, 15:14   | tags:,comments (4)