Friday, 4 July 2014

June & July jubilations....

Happy 4th July blog-reading folk. 

June has been a crazy old month and July is going the same way.  I don't mean crazy in an unhinged sort of a way....just crazy busy.  Good busy too though.

We had a day to get over the Modcast boat trip and then headed off to the London Welsh Centre for the launch of the lovely Saint Etienne photo book.  What a strange old place the Welsh Centre is.....lots of people in national costumes holding daffodils, talking about popty pings and pysgod wibbly wobblies.  Ok, so it wasn't quite like that but wouldn't it be great if it was? 

Had a night out with the visiting Newcastle folk at the Earl Haig Hall down the road....this time for a pub quiz.  What a fun night that was.  We came joint 2nd I thanks to me.  They didn't have one single question on skinny swedish bands or Adam Ant.

A lovely night was had at the Genesis cinema last week for a screening of the Adam Ant documentary, The Blueblack Hussar.  A great little place in an interesting area....Ant fans mingling with muslims heading to the mosque next door.  Will go back and explore some other time.  The screening was the final night of the East End film festival, which looked fantastic I might add.  Once again, something to revisit another time.  Free fizz and snacks were on hand, there were comfy seats and "hubby" looked pretty blinking gorgeous.  What's not to like?  An interesting behind the scenes look at Mr Ant's comeback tour/s.  All good stuff.

Crazy days by the seaside last weekend thanks to friends old & new.  A sunny day spent watching the world go by and laughing our heads off.  Nosh at Idyea, fizz at The Dorset, cocktails at Twisted Lemon, near death events in Worthing.  Lovely times. 

July sees much of the same but as always, don't expect any indepth reviews about anything much!!!!

Happy weekend folks!

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