Off to the Control Tower!
I’m sorry to say it’s just a very quick blog tonight as I get ready to hit the road again. I’ve been working every day since Easter performing a variety of different shows from the 1970s to Music Hall and when I’ve not been entertaining I’ve been busy rehearsing and keeping up to date with my paper work in the office. My biggest pet hate are e-mail addresses with the word activies in. Far too many I’s for my liking and it’s a nightmare for a Dyslectic like me to get right. I’ve had so many bounce back due to my dodgy spelling which means I end up spending ages going over old ground. What a boar!
At Hudson’s Ale House
Changing the subject – Last Friday’s Pearly Queen show at Hudson’s Ale House went well. So thank-you to every-one who came along to Trumpington to see me. I didn’t relies just how close Trumpington is to Grantchester. I so love that program about the soothing vicar and one day I will make it a long to see the village and church. Another ambition of mine is to go punting on the Cam. I’m not sure if Paul is quite so keen on the punting bit but I still think it would be lovely to do this summer – not that it looks like I’m going to have the time!
Tomorrow I have a morning show and then an appointment in the afternoon with my web-designer as I plan on making a few design changes to my web-site. My web-site is growing and tomorrow I need to talk about how long it’s all going to take. Iain has come up with some good ideas but like all these things it takes time to get right!
The Best of British!
On Friday I will be performing in Oxfordshire and then making my way over to Pembrokeshire. I’m performing at The Control Tower Carew, Cheriton for a 1940s event on the 20th May. I shall be performing 3 x 45 minute shows daily 11. 30am WAAF, 1.30pm Hooray for Hollywood and at 3.30pm US WAC Show so I hope you can all make it along to see me. I believe this is the Control Tower’s 1st 1940s event and I hope it goes well for them. More detail can be found by following the link http://www.carewcheritoncontroltower.co.uk/events/mil-fest/
Straight after my show I will be heading off to Cheddar Gorge and meeting up with Paul for a few days holiday, not that I know what that word means! We thought it was time to give Paul’s dog Poppy a little bit of a holiday so I’m looking forward to meeting up with Paul & Poppy in the motor home and having a few days rest before we hit the road again and dash off to Sandringham and then over to Normandy. I wont be back until the 24th May so this will be my last blog until then.
So Keep Watching and I look forward to catching up with you all when I get back.
Toodle Pip and Bye for Now! 😉