The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Monday, 10 October 1988

Coughing Blood





Oh no.  I’ve just coughed up blood from somewhere.  And there’s a horrible numb feeling in my chest.  The blood had gone, though, when I looked in the toilet mirror.  Where did it come from? 




I can taste blood.  It’s come back.  Where from?  I cut the inside of my mouth on Saturday – is it something to do with that?


I must go to the toilet again…




‘Prelude to Act III Lohengrin’ – Wagner


Set have been involved in much discussion regarding new set designs, which Shelley Brown has realised in technical drawings.


It is interesting to note that no one in the Drama Department has responded to the Set Team’s request for any bits of junk with which to dress the set, save those already involved or affiliated with the Set Team.


It’s becoming virtually impossible to get hold of Bircham Newton Scaffolders!



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Next time: ‘Banners and scaffolding…’

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