7/27/2004
 
I was knackered when I got home last night but I was cheerfully informed by Susan that we were off to see a gig at our local pub. Andrew, my old flatmate, works with a band and had invited us to see them play. It was my first experience of live Ambient Electronica. There were visuals. Electric violins. A joss stick placed on our table before the performance began. I think I would have been able to enjoy the music more if I wasn’t distracted by the fact that the singer was Dawn French’s Doppelganger. I kept expecting Jennifer Saunders to walk on stage behind her, hands on hips, asking her what the hell she thought she was doing making that awful warbling noise.

The weekend in Bath was just what I needed. I’ll let Christopher give you the details. The only thing he doesn’t mention is that we drank so many cups of tea I was worried about kidney damage.

(p.s. This is what I want for my birthday…)
 

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