I am a ‘perfume-person’. I have always loved wearing perfume and I have always tended to find a perfume I really like and then wear it for years. This was the case with Mary Quant’s Havoc, which I wore all through my teens and early twenties, until they discontinued it. I also wore Lancome’s Poeme for a long, long time, until I tired of it and it became hard to find as it is being discontinued, too. So, I’ve been on a quest to find something I like. Today I took myself off to Lakeside – Why???? Half of Essex … Read the rest »
So, after all the weeks of hard work, rehearsing through Skype, promotion, nerves, tears and belly-laughs, Melabeau Productions’ show, The Vagina Monologues is over.
I had a wonderful time. It is one of the most empowering, eye-opening, liberating pieces of theatre and I am so glad that we did it. I give myself a huge pat on the back for my casting decision; Anna Karen, Julie Barker, Feyi Babalola and Teresa Cole formed a formidable team, each very different yet with an almost tangible rapport on and off-stage. Working with them was truly delightful. It would have been nice … Read the rest »
Well, what a busy couple of weeks! I can’t believe how long it has been since my last blog and do apologise for keeping you waiting. How rude am I? So here is a longer-than-usual blog; a blog with knobs on, as it were.
I was thrilled and excited to be chosen as one of sixty ‘top authors’ for the Clic_Sargent auction. People can bid to have a character take on their name in my next book, while donating to a very worthy cause – the Sargent Cancer Care for Children – all at the same time. I am in … Read the rest »