The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Tuesday, 2 May 1989

Photo-Shoot for Ritcherd

‘Eternal Flame’ – The Bangles


Saw Human Beatbox.  Came up to me in the bus station.  Haven’t seen him for ages + he’s invited me to his wedding in June.  How the mighty fall.  He’s off to be a daddy soon, too.


Today!  For The Chinese Play, we rang the papers + radio + did a photo shoot with Lynn News + Advertiser at China Gardens Chinese Restaurant, King’s Lynn (featuring Jonny Badcock, Emma Goddard, Jamie Davenport and Kenneth Farnham), which was skill.


The owner, Mr Kwai, was really helpful and even got in on the photos!  More sessions tomorrow.


So, I’m excited.  Ticket sales are still crap, though + I haven’t got a decent bastard pen that works.


The first Take-Away Scene was rehearsed today.  It was excellent.








‘Lullaby’ – The Cure


I’m pleased with today’s China Gardens photo-shoot.  I’m also pleased that we’ve blitzed King’s Lynn with posters + handbills.



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Next time: ‘The Monocled Rainbow…’

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