The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Sunday, 18 November 1990

Jez Loves the Sisters

ABOUT 8:30pm
‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ – Danielle Dax

DONNA DAVIDSON rang today and she would like to join the SITUATION THEATRE CO. when it gets going – and maybe even ELLIOTT BARLOW should be considered (as, according to Flash, he no longer has a job).
Flash rang and I’m glad.  It eased my conscience a little.  You see, I wrote him a letter - which I haven’t yet posted – asking if he wanted me to get him a ticket to see THE SISTERS OF MERCY on Saturday.  Just after I wrote it, I discovered that the gig had sold out.  I assumed then that he probably wouldn’t be able to attend the Monday gig due to lectures, so I asked Legs if he’s like to join me and he said yes.  So I got Monday tickets, but surprise, surprise, Flash and his mate Tom will actually be there anyway!  Skill or what?!  I’m really pleased! 
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Next time: ‘Maggie and the mole…’

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