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Postby James » 14 Feb 2012, 15:35

Very much looking forward to the magic convention this weekend in that famous seaside place called Blackpool. Should be plenty of Punch profs there too. Make sure you say hello!
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Re: Fresh air and fun

Postby Miraiker » 14 Feb 2012, 17:38

Say hello!
When you have changed hotels just so you don't have to have breakfast with us.
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Re: Fresh air and fun

Postby James » 15 Feb 2012, 09:45

Come on Miraiker, neither you or Martin eat breakfast!
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Re: Fresh air and fun

Postby Miraiker » 16 Feb 2012, 08:48

You have a point there James, but I do drink enough coffee to make up for it.
Martin's new found career has given him a bit of an appetite these days.
Still, it's nice to watch Peter eat breakfast. He's not really used to real cooking at home. I tend to forget to cook meals on a regular basis.

PS. Anyone wishing to come to Claydon to visit just has to take us to The Crown for dinner.
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Re: Fresh air and fun

Postby Mark Andrews » 16 Feb 2012, 11:43

Don't bother with the Crown, just go to the shops, (not the Bakers shop on a Saturday afternoon, its shut) and buy rolls and ham, far cheaper!
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Re: Fresh air and fun

Postby Chris » 16 Feb 2012, 13:01

I suggest you stop wasting your money on food. You'll need every penny for Blackpool.
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Re: Fresh air and fun

Postby Miraiker » 16 Feb 2012, 22:21

Quite right Chris
See you tomorrow.

Dinner???


Mark, we know our bakers can't manage to stay open for you, but come back to see us and we'll take you to The Crown.
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Re: Fresh air and fun

Postby johnstoate » 17 Feb 2012, 02:10

Just beware o' lions you lot, ... Remember the sad tale o' young Albert! :lol: - Yep, I'm back-Just when you thought it was safe to go near the hedgerows!!!!
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Re: Fresh air and fun

Postby Richard Coombs » 17 Feb 2012, 15:49

Welcome back to the Hedgerow Stoat :-)

oooh how odd , two unconnected references to " Young Albert" ,
A few weeks ago I put :


[quote="Richard Coombs"The rest of today was spent working on my "Young Albert" .. ( and you will be showing your age if you can decipher that gibberish ) :

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.... yes its my " Stick wi' the Horses Head Handle " as Stanley Holloway would have said.

Or more accurately the business end of the hand control. ].[/quote]


Since then I have been decorating and doing other things ...so no more on Horse yet.
( actually been working on a couple of new puppets to insert into the show this Summer , which , if finished , will make it into my extravaganza at the Mayfayre ) ....


..anyhow getting off tops - back to the gang in Blackpool ------
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Re: Fresh air and fun

Postby johnstoate » 17 Feb 2012, 16:07

Thanks fer the good wishes Richard,- I actually do a 'quickie' show using the 'Lion' monologue as it's base , Lasts about 10 mins, so is handy iffen I'm struggling fer audience because of weather and such. usually chaotic especially if I don't manage to get 'im into Wallace's mouth right! :lol:
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Re: Fresh air and fun

Postby johnstoate » 17 Feb 2012, 17:50

Err..Sort of connected, if anyone wants to know what we're on about - If you Email me, I'll send you a copy of the monologue, Then you'll understand!!
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Re: Fresh air and fun

Postby lesclarke » 20 Feb 2012, 09:50

I'm not sure I'll ever 'understand'!

Hope you are keeping well, John.
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