This is the version of Wilde’s play which is being publicised heavily because of the casting of David Suchet as Lady Bracknell, and if this feels like stunt casting (it isn’t really, he isn’t the first man to put on the dress and give the immortal handbag line), I’m pleased to say it has paid off. 367 more words
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When I look at a landscape I cannot help seeing all its defects. It is fortunate for us, however, that Nature is so imperfect, as othewise we should have no art at all.
What is it like to be in love? Earnest thought he knew until his fiery, red head of a wife starts seeing another man…named Earnest. Will the treachery ever end with Gwendolyn? 49 more words
I just realized how long I’ve been away from posting stuff. My only excuse is Real World Trumps Virtual Reality. In other words, I have been, unrepentantly, spending a lot of time with grandkids, and recovering from spending time with grandkids… including the big dose of intestinal flu I caught from a tiny little great-granddaughter. 250 more words
Above is The Albany, in Piccadilly, where David and Simon have lodgings, and where Malcolm lived before he went to the Peninsula. A number of famous gentlemen lodged in The Albany, including Lord Byron, Gladstone and the fictional Ernest/Jack Worthing in… 82 more words