Tag Archives: music

Cecilia

What a horrid rainy day it was today. Not just in South Kensington but it also didn’t stop in Farnham. The rain was so bad that Embankment Station flooded on my way home. At lunchtime, I was tempted to stay … Continue reading

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Unexpected favourite band

All the businesses that surround the place where our hotel is situated, have clubbed together and decided to have 15 DJs and lots of very loud music playing continuously all day. Apparently it was the same yesterday. I can only … Continue reading

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Music for tired gardeners

Today I put the auricula theatre back up. It’s now behind the lowest of the three terrace raised beds. There’s no plants on it yet but, in time, it will look all lovely and floral. I thought it was going … Continue reading

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Kate Rusby…again

Almost a year ago, Dawn and I went into Guildford to see Kate Rusby perform at the G Live. She was so good that when Dawn spotted she was touring again, she quickly snapped up a couple of tickets for … Continue reading

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Divine

I just heard the news that Chrissie Amphlett died in New York, aged only 53. She was so much part of my growing years, living in Manly, starting to experience life in the big city. Her music was a massive … Continue reading

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Getting the Mabon

Following a morning spent mostly moving furniture around the house in preparation for the arrival of the plasterer on Thursday, I was picked up by Dawn on our way to the Farnham Maltings to see Jamie Smith’s Mabon. They are … Continue reading

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Pew back

It was a race against the clock. Darren and Lorna had to get to Victoria station, via the Tube, by 11pm. At Highbury and Islington Tube station, they raced down the corridors, bustling the slower movers out of the way. … Continue reading

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A week in 30 seconds

Tonight I went to the Farnham Maltings to see a show called Death’s Cabaret (though I do keep calling it Death’s Cabinet for some obscure reason) with Dawn. I’m not exactly sure why it was called a cabaret. Actually, that’s … Continue reading

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Day and a half

‘Twas a very busy day. So busy, it felt like more than one. Without a sleep in between. First up, we had decided to go and look at a cottage we’d found (and which I’d shown mum and she’d shown … Continue reading

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Rakin’ it in

Another gloomy day, though no rain, just steel grey clouds hanging like a thick coverlet of lead. I took some more Farnham photos when I went shopping but they were mostly disappointing. I did manage to find the world’s biggest … Continue reading

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