Oh gosh I wish I could her but she passed away earlier this year sadly! I’m not from the UK personally so is the milk/cream thing an argument here?
Yes Dinner for One is hilarious, it’s very old and in black and white but it’s worth a watch. It’s on YouTube
True about Swan Lake - that would be epic actually! This version I’m watching is the Royal Opera Houses performance from 2018. They have a streaming service like Netflix where you can watch their shows like ballets and operas. I’m looking forward to watching it!
There are various jokey (well, mostly, there was that tragic but brief civil war in 1992) arguments about it here yeah, I honestly couldn't care less what other people do though I do have my own routine for such things like most I suppose - a way of doing it that I default to, however my reason for doing it that way is cuz it just seems right to me - I never bothered to check how I was "supposed" to do it according to those around me first haha
I will watch it for sure
How was the ROH 2018 version in the end?
I went to the Xmas market with my mum and it was rly nice - we didn't buy anything apart from some groceries and I gave a bit of money to someone homeless, cuz I feel like I have quite a lot of stuff already XP We also met an amazing panto dame who was utterly fabulous! I'm glad I was with my mum for Xmas and she really loved the three presents I gave her
I'm feeling pretty cheerful today and have brushed my teeth and showered, brushed my hair, and I watched some nice movies and anime/cartoons with my mum while I've been staying with her, the three of us (including her really nice lodger who's an elderly woman with loads of interesting stories and insight to offer) got a bit ill during/after Xmas but it's all good no-one's dead XP This morning I have made a playlist of happy songs that I will post in the music thread and have also been working on an art piece that I'm really excited to keep going with and eventually complete Am returning to Brighton tomorrow, how's everyone doing?