Cruel Comedy, a double bill of short plays by Octave Mirbeau will be playing at the Great Northern Railway Tavern on Friday 8th July at 6 p.m., on Saturday 9th July at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m., and on Sunday 10th July at 6 p.m.
Read more Translating Octave Mirbeau – with scripts!
The Marais has some jewels - especially the Musée de la Chasse et Nature (also bereft of vittles) - but you have to pay for them in the tedium of expensive crapshops, chainshit and a swarm of arseholes, some on scooters.
Read more Resto 19 Des Gars Dans La Cuisine, Paris
Kudos to the guy in the Uruguayan rugby shirt for surprise outfit of the day.
Read more Resto 18 Brasserie Saint Maurice, Reims
The cast for A Soldier's Song is announced!
Read more Cast is Announced!
A post announcing my next theatre collaboration, working with director Victoria Welsh to put on aproduction of Marivaux's 'Les Fausses Confidences' in a new, original, translation with the Crouch End Players.
Read more A New Year, A New Play
Good food, poor choices. I have to say that eating tête de veau isn't something I'll do again in a hurry. The meaty bits were ok but the gluey bits were ... gluey.
Read more Resto 38 L’Aubergeade, 11th Paris
High quality onglet on a sunny terrace. Good times.
Read more Resto 29 Café Populaire, Rouen
A testing day is rounded off at a good bistro with a world class view. I liked Le B, especially when the bill came in at a surprisingly moderate 60-odd euros. The ability of good food, wine and company to assuage middle class woes is something that I am very aware of and never take for granted.
Read more Resto 28 Le Bistroquet Chez Cédric, Rouen
A quick post with the file for 'A Door (Must Be Open or Shut)'
Read more Musset update!