With the remains of Hurricane Gonzalo rolling through the glens of Haggisland, there is very a real possibility that the twister scene from Wizard of Oz will come true, and Chez Laidig will disappear into the atmos. Or, much like it’s windy-comrade of 2011 – Hurricane Bawbag (lovingly renamed from Friedhelm by the Scottish population) … More A:YM | Hallowe’en is Coming, the Goose is Getting Fat
Who was the clever person who didn’t read the sign correctly, which clearly stated: “1 hour 15 minutes. No interval” ? Who, instead, thought it said “1 hour 15 minutes. Interval” and thought she had missed how long the second half would be? So who, then, at what transpired to be ten minutes before the … More ‘Dragon’
As of next week, my adventure as a postgraduate begins (although if you count the induction chat then technically it has already begun). Excited doesn’t cover it. However, I have other reasons to be excited. Exhibit A: my DC’s New 52 purchases. And those funky lines? Some unnecessary (but entirely necessary) 3D/hologram covers breaking the … More Let The Games Begin!
Another impulse decision. I had heard next to nothing about this piece. But as I have been looking into Aerial Silks classes of late, and having a developing interest in the circus arts for the majority of my latter teens until present, this seemed like a good idea. Talk about understatement. If semi-naked, muscular and … More [Fringe] ‘Wunderkammer’
Sam Lloyd: Fully Committed This has to have been one of the best impulse decisions I have made in a long time, and it may even be my Fringe first. The hour and a half flew by in Becky Mode‘s rollicking one-man play, exploring a day in the life of Sam Peliczowski, a working actor … More [Fringe] ‘Fully Committed’ & ‘The Suicidal Tendencies of Sheep and a Dog Called the Hoff’