Monday, 11 March 2013
A house, a play, a pilgrimage
Anthony Burgess, I hope my readership does not mind a third post on my favourite author in such a short period of time. I blogged recently about the adaptation of One Hand Clapping by House of Orphans, in association with the ABF. Logo of the theatre and film production company on your right, I uploaded it here because I just love it and because the black and white fits Vraie Fiction so well. So anyway, I have purchased my ticket today and I will see the play. I could not pass this opportunity. I get goosebumps watching the second vlog of Lucia Cox. I envy the actors (as always), yet I am so grateful for them for giving us this play. So I will have my pilgrimage in Manchester, visit the Foundation in its new buildings, have a meal in its café (or at least a drink or two!) and will book shop in the mean time like a kid in a candy store.
Labels: acteur, acting, actors, Anthony Burgess, books, House of Orphans, livre, livres, Manchester, One Hand Clapping, stage, théâtre
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Your pilgrimage sounds like a slice of heaven. Enjoy every moment of it:-)
Thank you, it was amazing.
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