Friday, March 2, 2012

King George and his Madness

Busy week so just catching up with last weekend’s events as the next one looms! Alan Bennett’s play The Madness of King George III proved to be as wonderful as the reviews suggested. David Haig delivered Bennett’s script with power, humour and astonishing emotional and physical energy.  The politics felt fresh (!), the set supported rather than intruded and I left the theatre wanting to know more  about Mr and Mrs King, their lives, the times they lived in and their family.  

Also last Saturday there were eggs on show all over London –I think we came across 7-8  of the 200 that have laid in the city, for more details see





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