WISBECH BUS STATION, THE HORSEFAIR.
‘The Only Star In Heaven’ – Frankie Goes To Hollywood
IT’S A LOW DOWN + MOODY SITUATION!
Still haven’t sent Flash’s card! COULDN’T AFFORD THE STAMP – NOR CAN I TODAY!
IS THE EMPEROR DALEK ACTUALLY DAVROS – SHOCK?
IS THE DOCTOR REALLY FROM EARTH – SHOCK?
These are the current rumours.
RITCHERD + JUSTINE AGAIN?!
IT SEEMS SO…
‘A Black Box/Slow Time’ – Peter Hammill
Today, the piping + branches were put on the scaffold tower to create the feel of an overgrown battlement (but with an industrial, post-apocalyptic edge). The cage structure – here to represent the castle dungeons – was also dressed in foliage.
The effectiveness of the set relies in great part on the skill of the Lighting Team and they do a great job, making it look extremely effective.
Justine was away TODAY, which buggered me off. It made me feel depressed. I really wanted to see her.
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Next time: ‘Macbeth: first run…’