The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Monday, 6 March 1989

Favourite Albums

It’s about 11.30pm


‘Rabbit’s Dying’ – Throwing Muses


Dearest Diaretical,


Fawlty Towers by Nigel Cameron (for COMIC RELIEF) is CRAP.  None of us want to do it.  SHIT OFF!


I saw Russell Flowers today.  He’s gone ‘alternative’.  He looked crap + silly.  VERY silly.


I’m reading Lord Of The Rings again.


I think I’d like to do a DEGREE in ENGLISH.  Not sure.  Get me EQUITY first, methinks.  A male stripper gets one after 8 shows…


‘Ambitious’ – Wire


Roger came up to me today + shocked me totally.  There is apparently to be a disco of alternative sounds at LA’s nite club on March 31st.  Roger showed me a photo-copied flier – produced by Libby.  It stunned me.  On each one is a photo of a certain ‘GOTH’ dancing.  And which ‘GOTH’?  None other than the May 1987 Model of Jez DeCarlo!  I’m famous!  I’m stunned + flattered.



The Ideal Copy Wire

Throwing MusesThrowing Muses

First and Last and AlwaysThe Sisters Of Mercy

GiftThe Sisterhood

IntrospectivePet Shop Boys

A Secret WishPropaganda




‘What I Am’ – Edie Brickell & the New Bohemians


Will Daniels paid me a compliment today.  He says I’m ‘very good’ at my work.  I was impressed + shocked. 


Jonny’s at it too.  He says he learnt a lot more from me about acting and performance during THE CHINESE PLAY than he has from Larry in two productions.


Donna, also, said I am a better director than Larry.


The course is well-crap at the moment though.




Who cares?


Still, today I felt a wonderful, sunny, warm feeling.  Like spring is coming.  It’s that time, I guess.


I want to see Flash again.



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