out of the summer of hibernation… i’m back

uh hullo

Uh hullo.” Matthews clambers up onto his chair shielding his eyes from the blinding light casting out of the computer screen.

“This is going to be hard work” he thought. “It’s been a very long time since I’ve done any blogging. It could be a bit of a brain and finger strain. But no! It doesn’t have to be. With a little bit of patience and perseverance I can be well and truly back in the blogosphere.”

Yes that’s right, I’m back. After a long time in Edinburgh and taking up a job as a touring stage manager for the past few months, I’m now back on home soil. With another year of wisdom (I had my birthday two weeks ago) I’m ready, once again, to cast my thoughts and opinions about the theatre world at large.

As always, I welcome your thoughts and comments in anything I write. Please do also add me on Twitter – @sandym0, another place where I will endeavour to bridge the ever elusive gap between cyberspace and theatre.

But enough babbling on for now, there’s an important event taking place tonight, which I simply must catch to have any hope of forming my ideas back on Until Further Notice.

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One response to “out of the summer of hibernation… i’m back

  1. Hi Sandy
    welcome back from hibernation. Good to see you’re on Twitter too. I’m going to follow you … all the cool kids are Twittering these days. I saw with a shock that I did 710 in November … only 10 a year ago same time. I think this is going to be quite a smart little app in so many ways.

    Stephen Fry started a tweet ‘thread’ yesterday to celebrate Oscar Wilde Day. We were asked to tweet our fave Oscar poses, bon mots etc. and hashtag it #oscarwildeday. He got over 500 in under 24 hours. You can read it at #oscarwildeday as long as you follow @hashtags. Amazing. Yes … that Stephen Fry @stephenfry.

    And I’m @Dramagirl

    Cheers and looking forward to hearing about your touring adventures.

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