Last weekend, my DF, Lisa and I went to see Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap".
This play has been running in London's West End for 60 years now (the longest running play) and to celebrate has been on tour.
Well, it was so much fun - just what you would expect from an Agatha Christie play.
If it turns up on tour in your town or city I can recommend going to see it. (... and yes, I guessed whodunit, but I am not telling! They made us promise not to.....)
Last week I also went to the Melbourne Fringe Festival,
this festival has been running for 30 years now and is a chance for independent artists to showcase their work and talents.
My DS1 has co-written, directed, produced and acted (a very small part) in a comedy show for the festival:
He and his friend, Paul (above) have put this comedy show together and it is really good - I am so proud of them.
We went on Thursday night with his god-parents and then we are going again tomorrow night with a big group. But as no two shows are alike, it should be another good night of entertainment.
- walks to go on
- supermarket shopping to do
- a little bit of work work to do
- a book to finish reading,
- blogs to
- and, of course, LOTS OF STITCHING TO DO!
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