Anyway, the play was great – particularly the actress playing Sarah – mother of the Khan family. A group of Socialist\Communist Jews in the East End, the collapse of their dream is paralleled in the collapse of their family as the father loses the will to live, the daughter escapes to the country and the son becomes utterly disillusioned with everything. OK it wasn’t cheery, but it was good.And then today I saw Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit which was just as good as Nic said it was. Loved the sneaky jokes in the background and Gromit’s facial expressions are worth the price of a ticket alone. Go see!
Tomorrow – Brighton and the Doctor Who Exhibition just in time before it closes. And then homework!
Oh and if anyone wants to see my spoof David Cameron movie, MSN me
I enjoyed Wallace and Gromit too.
The copy I had was a bit dodgy (TS.. very flickery), so I should really go see it at the cinema some time.