The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Tuesday, 5 September 1989

Amy Neat

‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’ – John Barry

Well, where did today take us?

Surviving.  I’ve actually taken Dance as an option.  It’s a challenge and it looks like it’s going to have a more ‘creative’ angle now.  Also, this coming year, I have a major piece of DIRECTING to do, i.e. a production of Jane Austen’s MANSFIELD PARK.  There’s talk of somehow doing it in London, but I can’t see that myself.  I’ll also be doing a major WRITING piece, probably in the new year, along with a major ACTING piece.  That should see me through till we leave in 1990.  I’m pleased with all that.

Today, I came into vague contact with Amy and we chatted, on her insistence.  She wants to be an actor/writer/director which is a conspicuous coincidence.  We got on really well.  She’s dark-haired, 17, and very pretty.

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