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Robert Wells or Mr Waters
Date: 1.39 am, Friday 21st January, 2005
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Patience at the Finborough is excellent. It could do with a lot of editing, but the staging, plot, characters, performances are all great. The last flashback scene was brilliant. Running for another week, I believe.

Yesterday went in to Mountview to confirm a room for a coming workshop. Ran into Waited around for Andrew Jarvis and told him of my Shakespearean exploits.

Him "Who'd you play?"
Me "Who'dya think?"
Him "Richard? Good lad."
Me "And Fluellen."
Him "Always good fun."
Me "Oh yes, and Suffolk."
Him (with sudden excitement) "Really?! How was that?"

Went to see Amir Korangy, head of acting, who asked how long it took to lose the Iambic Pentametre.

Then to Slough Colnbrok to see the lovely mirabehn and the equally delightful if mostlyacat. Had a lovely day, despite ranting far too much. Ate, drank and was indeed merry. Stayed far too long, for which I am incredibly sorry. Returned late, but very happy, for which I am incredibly thankful.

Have spent most of today singing with my housemate, which we don't do enough. Have learnt at least three jazz standards I'd never heard of and Max had never heard sung.
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Robert M
User: borusa
Date: 9.42 am, Friday 21st January, 2005 (UTC)
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For some reason, the fact that Andrew Jarvis... Andrew Jarvis! knows about our Shakespearean antics makes me really go "Wahoo!".

Did he say anything else?

And why do you think he was so interested in Suffolk?
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The Alchemist: Me at may ball
User: the_alchemist
Date: 10.56 am, Friday 21st January, 2005 (UTC)
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For some reason, the fact that Andrew Jarvis... Andrew Jarvis! knows about our Shakespearean antics makes me really go "Wahoo!".

Me too.

Wahoo!

[See?]

Everyone's interested in Suffolk because he's the best. If *he'd* been around, you wouldn't have got away with all those Cade-ish outrages, oh no. Someone pass me a severed head to cuddle...
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Robert M
User: borusa
Date: 11.44 am, Friday 21st January, 2005 (UTC)
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Now, yer see, 'ere's the problem in-erant in the system. When yer severed 'ead of yer posh..._educated_ (spit)... nobleman (excepting the King! God Save The King!) can win someone's affection, over a decent, godfearing, _entrep..._entrep... _independent_ man like me. My arm is strong! I fear no-one! And I 'ave a large mob of (admittedly imbecilic) followers!

All the_alchemist's shall be...

*thinks better of the idea*
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Liz S
User: ixwin
Date: 5.25 pm, Saturday 22nd January, 2005 (UTC)
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*cheers imbecilically*
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Robert Wells or Mr Waters: Eye
User: weaselspoon
Date: 6.05 pm, Saturday 22nd January, 2005 (UTC)
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*Hacks own head off*

The thing is, it's now very difficult to see where I should be passing it. Hmmm. Should have thought this one through better.
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Robert Wells or Mr Waters
User: weaselspoon
Date: 6.04 pm, Saturday 22nd January, 2005 (UTC)
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Unfortunately we didn't get to talk much as he was dashing to do marketing for the new classical acting course he's set up.

I think he was interested in Suffolk because he's never played him. Where people write books about Richard, Suffolk is almost incidental and yet is an emotional roller-coaster.
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