Monthly Archives: June 2009

From casting to casting-on


Choreographers and all creative people fascinate me. It’s the bits in between that I’m interested in – what does a composer, artist, choreographer etc. do when they’re not creating? For that reason, and a few others, I don’t think I’ve … Continue reading

Tagged | 2 Comments

London-Brighton bike ride


Watching them cycle past up Garratt Lane this morning is as near as I got to taking part, but it’s on the to-do list.

Posted in Music | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Taking sides


When one of my friends says ‘I saw this and thought of you’, you can bet it’s not a kiss-me-quick hat or Behind the scenes at The Apprentice. ‘It’s a play about music and nazis!’ was what Chris said when … Continue reading

Posted in Music | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Only connect…


As I’ve remarked before, it’s not often that this blog does exactly what it says on the tin (music, dance and IT), however today was one of those days when it all came together beautifully, and here’s the picture to … Continue reading

Posted in Dance, Music | Tagged | Leave a comment

Not for arachnophobes


Who needs horror movies when there’s one in your back garden? Here’s a spider guarding over the nest it had built in a web that wrapped right around the leaves of some plants, enclosing lots of tiny spiders in a … Continue reading

Tagged | Leave a comment

Customer service


Seen at the Chelsea branch of Barclays Bank just now: a visitor’s book with pen at the door, and a big sign asking the public for suggestions on how Barclays could improve their customer service. The most recent suggestion?  “Topless … Continue reading

Tagged , , | Leave a comment