The Lady and the Unicorn

Hi all. I’m not usually big into getting to galleries, although I will try and get to one if I’m in a place for long enough. A couple of months ago I was in Sydney as you might remember, and I went to the Gallery of New South Wales. I will freely admit I went …

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Rob Lloyd on his tour to the UK and… Innes Versus Lloyd

Today I’m once again chatting to Rob Lloyd, friend of the blog who recently returned from touring the UK touring his show ‘Who, Me’ to various spots around England and its neighbours. Last night I got to see Rob’s latest show, a totally improvised show with his good friend David Innes. It was an absolute …

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A Tour of the Sydney Opera House

If there are three main images of landmarks that foreigners associate with Australia, I’m guessing they are Uluru, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the incredible building that sits opposite it over the harbour just a tad, the Sydney Opera House. I visited at some point as a kid, I don’t really remember when exactly, but …

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Rob Lloyd – Travel 2017 and his new Fringe Show!

In today's blog I present an interview with Rob Lloyd - friend of the blog who was away from late April to late August visiting the States, Canada and the UK performing at various festivals in those places. Enjoy! Hi Rob! You’ve had a really busy year in 2017 – and it’s not finished yet! …

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Invasion of the Body Snatchers at Melbourne Fringe

Hi everyone. The Melbourne Fringe Festival is on again! Friend of the Blog Rob Lloyd has another amazing one man show running this year, an adaptation of the 1955 book by Jack Finney. I thought I’d do a little post to plug his show. The setting is Santa Mira, and Rob portrays Dr Miles Bennel, …

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Paris Through My Lens – Part Two

Again we're looking at Paris as I saw it a couple of months back now, but obviously a completely different set of pictures. Again I look into the Musee D'Dorsay - and particular a couple of paintings by Mr Vincent Van Gogh (one will mean a bit to Doctor Who fans out there!). Then there's …

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