Cultural runway

I’ve been very aware that next year could involve a wee bit of hanging about, and I didn’t want to have nothing to look forward to while I wait. This last year has had a lot of music and theatre and film – and I’ve been trying to make sure I don’t lose any momentum on that because I get too cautious about spending money on frivolities.

So here’s what I’m currently going to see in Jan and Feb:

  • Art of Noise at the Jazz Cafe
  • Punchdrunk’s The Burnt City
  • Meryl Pugh talking about her book Feral Borough, which is set here in Wanstead
  • Hannah Peel playing “Fir Wave” at Kings Place

Further out I’ve got Sparks in May and Peter Gabriel in June.

Sadly I didn’t manage to get any tickets for My Neighbour Totoro at the Barbican before they sold out, but I’m going to see if I can get day tickets for Daisy and I before she heads off back to UEA. I’d also like to see Gecko’s latest play “Kin” while it’s on in Norwich, but that’s not until March.

But I’m still looking for other ideas for cool or curious things to do. So any suggestions welcome.

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