2015 is almost at an end. It’s been a busy old year, with four (yes, four!) different plays. Our February panto was Dick Whittington and his Cat, and in October we put on three one-act plays, A Talk in the Park, In Need of Care and Night at the (Brick) Museum. Going into 2016 we have already started on our next show, Virtue Triumphant, so there is much to look forward to next year already.
Rumour has it that readership of this blog has doubled over the last twelve months. I’d like to wish both of our loyal readers a merry Christmas and happy new year, and sign off for 2015 with a joke:
There were all sorts of costumes on show at the New Year’s Eve fancy dress party. There were people in uniform, super heroes, cartoon characters, vicars and tarts, werewolves and vampires and even a spaceman. Then a completely naked man arrived, carrying a completely naked woman on his back.
“Is this the right place for the fancy dress party?” asked the completely naked man.
“Yes it is – but what have you come as?”
“I’m a tortoise” replied the completely naked man.
“Who’s that on your back?”
To which the naked man replied “that’s Michelle”.
Merry Christmas and a happy new year to you all.