Lives are forever changing and nicknames need to change too...
Our Daughter has twin daughters who were born in 2002, here they are E (was Olympian) and R (was Comedien). Her partner is M (was Sool) and his son, who is the same age as the girls, is D (was Dynamo). Daughter and M have a son together, born in 2009 called O (was previously nick-named LittleOne).
The rest of my family and friends should be obvious if they are related to me or not - well it's obvious to me :o)
Another great theatre trip last night with Trish and Pat, to see....
A MERCURY THEATRE MADE IN COLCHESTER PRODUCTION
“The temptation to come back for more is irresistible” The Guardian
Sexual confessions in the garden shed that Miles has ‘occupied’ trigger a disastrous sequence of marital misunderstandings in this hilarious tale of love, lust, poetry and burning trousers.
A One Man Protest is part of Intimate Exchanges, a series of plays by Alan Ayckbourn, in which just two actors play every single character exploring how even the tiniest, careless choices we make in our lives can have enormous consequences.
It’s the ultimate theatrical game of love and chance, and an absolute comic delight. We’ve chosen the four funniest and most poignant plays in the series to be part of our 2013 season, so whether you’re only able to join us for a single episode, or like thousands of people who’ve seen Intimate Exchanges over the years you find that you have to know what ‘Fate’ has in store next for Ayckbourn’s wonderful cast of characters, and decide to join us for two, three or all four instalments, you can be sure of an experience packed full of razor wit and lightning costume changes!