May 26th, 2012

Sea dragon

TV; review of Flahooley and Chariots of Fire

Every now and then all of my friends appear to be watching some TV show, and I think, "Ooh, I wonder what that is about?" But that's usually as far as it goes. Sometimes they show it to me, and I watch (and maybe even enjoy it) but then never watch any more of it; sometimes I crank it up on Iplayer and fail to make it through an episode. One way or another, I just forget to watch it.

In other news, I got Chariots of Fire (which I saw on Monday) and Flahooley written up (the second thanks to djm4), and if you're curious how a group of people from South Africa would approach La Boheme, I can answer that question for you, too.

It's Saturday and I am planning on 1) gardening 2) showering 3) seeing the Yayoi Kusama exhibit at the Tate 4) going to my last concert of the Lufthansa Baroque festival 5) attending a Eurovision party 6) packing ... somehow. Better get on it.