Work as if you live in the early days of a better nation

Recommending: Growing your own vegetables

Japan and comments

I’ve upgraded to word press 2 and lost my comments ability (this new theme was an attempt to fix the problem). Am trying to get it back (but will struggle while in Japan, I think). In the mean time feel free to email me anything of interest. Thanks to Andrew in pointing this out.

Also…. Andrew writes

I’ve just launched a new blog called London Theatre Blog
which unsurprisingly focuses on theatre/performance in London and beyond. One of the things I’m keen to nurture on this blog is guest writer participation. I’m looking for short 400-500 (or more if needs be) articles to enter on the frontpage ‘feature article’ section, the articles can be about anything related to theatre/performance, it’s completely open….

If you are interested click through to his blog to find out more.

I am currently writing this post in Tokyo half way through an amazing trip to Japan.

I’m hoping to catch some Noh (Andrew yet again has given me some tips) tomorrow at the National Noh theatre.

It’s been fascination and inspiring. Surprsingly, it has not been as heavy on the wallet as I first feared. London prices prepare you for anything it seems.

More on the travels soon.

 

 

Share and Enjoy:
  • Digg
  • Sphinn
  • del.icio.us
  • Facebook
  • Mixx
  • Google Bookmarks
  • StumbleUpon
  • Technorati

comments

Comments are closed.

  • About me

    I'm a playwright and investment analyst. I have a broad range of interests: food, gardening, innovation & intellectual property, sustainability, architecture & design, writing and the arts. I sit on the board of Talawa Theatre Company and advise a CIS investment trust on socially responsible investments.

  • Recent Work

    Recent plays include, for theatre: Nakamitsu, Yellow Gentlemen, Lost in Peru, Lemon Love. For radio: Places in Between (R4), Patent Breaking Life Saving (WS).

  • Nakamitsu

  • Yellow Gentlemen