A brief post rounding up all of the shows being put on by the superabundantly talented Crouch End Players for the Crouch End Festival.
Do not under any circumstance play jazz lite over your sound system. Combined with the enervating combined effect of high amounts of caffeine and bad service this could result in a Falling Down style situation. You don't want that. And more to the point nor do your other customers.
Now that A Midsummer Night's Dream has finished it's time to flag up my own next production with the Crouch End Players as part of the Crouch End Festival. As part of an evening of new writing I'm directing a new translation of the French classic, A Door (Should Be Either Open Or Shut).
A brief post flagging up the forthcoming seminar at the Institute of Historical Research on Sport and Leisure History to be given by Prof. Matthew Taylor of De Montfort University. He'll be talking about the BBC and Sport during World War 2 - click through to find out more.
A gaggle of friendly fellers behind this counter make this the perfect place for authentic Greek cooking in a chilled atmosphere. One of the best so far this year.
I’d meant to write a post about seeing Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream back in April but never quite got round to it. So now I can use it as an intro to a forthcoming production of Shakespeare’s classic with which I’m involved on the production side of things. I wasn’t sure whether I wanted…