The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Wednesday, 11 January 1989

Song and Dance

‘Dreams of Leaving’ – The Human League


I’m taking a considerable interest in Dance at the moment (something I haven’t really felt before) + some of the work at college is good.  I’m not a natural – I have NO co-ordination – but I am trying my hardest to relax and find a way into it.  I’m getting much better and I have been commended for my work by Scarlett.  I’m definitely a Dance ‘fan’ now.


College Voice lessons aren’t too inspiring, but in Singing, I have been classed as a TENOR, along with some good friends.  But I’m not keen to do much on BLOOD WEDDING, in all honesty; and I have expressed this hope to Larry.  THE CHINESE PLAY is foremost in my plans.


I’ve developed a yearning to spend time with TS1’s Charley Kneale, but that’s just going to have to be nipped in the bud.  We’d be impossible together, so no entwining.




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Next time: ‘Authorly ambitions…’

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