The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Wednesday, 6 November 1985

Seven Years From Now: 06/11/92


My No.1: 'Flaming Desire' - Bill Nelson

This morning I got up at about 6.00-ish – only 3 hours’ sleep – and packed all my belongings as we said farewell to the digs and goodbye to GT. YARMOUTH.

By 9am we were in Tavenham, Norwich for a school performance of Romeo and Juliet to about 100 kids. Hard going. They were a terrible audience.

At lunch we drove over to Sprowston (where Naomi Bell used to live) for an afternoon performance of Teechers, which went excellently well. Afterwards, I chaired a question and answer session, which I found very inspiring.

After this, we went back over to Tavenham to load the set, and I didn’t get back to Blackberry Narrow (where I am once again in residence) until about 7-ish.

It’s sad to part from the company after so long living together, but it’s nice to know that I’ve finally got a day off – and not just a day, a whole weekend!

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