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    A Soirée at Mr. Selfridge’s House!

    I’m not the kind of person who can sit still for long amounts of time, the exception being a super entertaining film, comedy theatre or a strip show for that matter!  So when my close friend Peter Green (a retired banker and now Gentleman of leisure!) invited me to a piano concert, I wondered if I should go. He assured me that I will enjoy it as I love classical music. I usually have it playing in the background while relaxing at home, reading a book or having dinner with someone. So anyway, off I went to the Lansdowne Club, now made even more popular thanks to the hit TV show…

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    THE SEAGULL by Black Coffee Theatre

    Photo: Luke Adamson and Nina Bright during the play’s dress rehearsal. My friend Luke Adamson founded Black Coffee Theatre with actress & artistic director Maria Crocker and writer/director Jonathan Holby. Their version of The Seagull was adapted by Luke and was Jonathan’s directorial debut.  Russian dramatist Anton Chekhov wrote The Seagull in 1895 and saw it on stage the very next year. Our guys have set their adaptation in 1920s England. With my make up artist Jasmine Cargill in tow, I eagerly waited to be entertained. It was the opening night of play at New Wimbledon Theatre. The plot revolves around four main characters; the emerging actress Nina (Nina Bright), aspiring playwright…