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Now here's a thought: when Nicholas Hytner directed Edward II, Michael Grandage played Gaveston.
I'm considering wearing shorts to the theatre this evening. A first.
Sumfing that I rote about spellin http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2013/apr/04/does-spelling-matter-horobin-review …
I'm not crazy about The Taming of the Shrew, but liked the Globe's production with Samantha Spiro and Simon Paisley Day http://www.standard.co.uk/arts/theatre/the-taming-of-the-shrew-shakespeares-globe--review-7912956.html …
It wasn't Cable, though, and the poor bloke looked completely bewildered.
Have just seen a man who looked a bit like Vince Cable being pursued through St Pancras with cries of "Trotsky! Trotsky!"
Hampstead Theatre to get £300K from Peter Wolff Trust to develop its downstairs new writing experiment.
Have just observed a man urinating into a cashpoint. I wouldn't like to see the colour of his money, etc. etc.
Have just turned up one MONTH early for a lunch meeting.
Disappointed that the Barbican is going to close two of its cinema screens.
Have somehow neglected to mention that Sweet Charity at the Menier Chocolate Factory, which I saw last night, was tremendous.
Dreamt last night that I was making a short about the perils of veganism - really? - starring Bill Murray and a talking chicken.
The sandwich I've bought at Waterloo promises "simplicity, honesty, innovation".
Theatre critic, London Evening Standard. Author (Defining The World, The Secret Life of Words).