The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Saturday, 17 December 1988

The Situation Theatre Company


In the car…


‘Ride of the Valkyries’ – Wagner


I’ve been listening to WAGNER – especially Ride Of The Valkyries – and falling asleep.




‘Love Never Dies’ – Belinda Carlisle


On arrival at Flash’s, we went to his Gran’s.  It’s sad because she’s very ill and has just had two heart attacks.  We all discussed Anthony, the married man from Edinburgh that Gerry’s been seeing.  He lost his job, which was based in Yorkshire, so has had to be constantly at home with his wife + baby, so Gerry hasn’t seen him for weeks.  We all think that this is for the best.  None of us approve of the relationship.


Flash and I had a Chinese from the famous Lola’s and talked about the last month or so.  We also talked about acting, directing, music, DOCTOR WHO and the return of the ‘tapes’ + ‘plays’ of THE SITUATION THEATRE COMPANY.  Cassette one will be recorded in Cirencester, hopefully.



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Next time: ‘The Rainbow…’

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