‘Jazzie’s Groove’ – Soul II Soul
What about the ‘boring’ stuff of life then?
I go to Leeds/Ponty/Cas or whatever next weekend to do Work Experience with West Yorkshire Playhouse, a new theatre in Leeds, doing ‘Theatre in Education’ for a week. I don’t really want to go, but these things have to be done.
I’m applying for jobs at holiday camps, too.
I’m also sending THE CHINESE PLAY off for a radio competition and to a theatre co. who are looking for a new play to do.
I suppose that’s all a little ‘different’.
‘Poison To The Mind’ – Pop Will Eat Itself
My folks move out of the bungalow in a few weeks. I’ll stay here and they’ll move down into the village into the new house.
I’ve heard Amy Neat’s desperate to get back with me. I like Amy.
I haven’t seen many of my fellow Performing Arts group members lately due to placements.
And I wish Lilith were here.
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