Seen and done lots of good stuff
Paul Klee at The Tate Modern- loved it .His ‘Blue Night’ would look very nice hung on my Beaver’s Breath
Candide at The Meunier Chocolate factory – barking mad – I lost the plot as to what was going on .But that’s Voltaire for you. The pre-dinner,post-dinner and interval drinks didn’t help
Twelve Days a Slave at The Curzon ( a la posh cinema ,but still cheaper than The Odeon ) – amazing ,moving ,shocking, beautifully filmed, wonderfully acted and should be shown in every high school around the globe .It was directed by Steve Mc Queen , who my children have followed around Europe .He went to Drayton Manor High School ,where all three ended up .Then he went onto Chelsea ,where Rosie was, and then to De Ateliers, where Jacob is . We are like TSMSS
American Psycho at The Almeida, which was probably one of the best , original ,innovative ,stage productions I have ever seen ( Up there with Limelight – ask florence and Nat about those productions ) .
Lunch at Ottolenghis- who as Florence ,will confirm ,has the best-all-time-international-recipe for mushroom lasagne ,probably because it contains about a kilo and a half of cheese ( and feeds two )
all the little paintings on the chewing-gum on The Millennium Bridge .I loved the little pictures that are created by one artist who paints within the shapes of the trodden down gum . I love that bridge, cos Rosie did.