Having a flick through the papers and looking at some of the mostly good reviews for Religion & Anarchy at the Jermyn Street Theatre, and of course it's always fun to see some familiar photos along the way.
The production shots I took a couple of weeks ago are in The Telegraph and Time Out.
Gillian Wright and Clive Mendus in "How to Train an Anti-Semite"
Spent a lot of Saturday walking around Primrose Hill with Batman. After we'd been to the library and the sewing shop we got a little bit tired and Batman had to lean against the railings for a minute or two to take a short Bat rest. He seemed completely unaware that the cat sitting on the bin behind was quietly mocking him.
This, just in case you were wondering is a Doga class.
Doga is a word made up by the instructor and inventor of this new pastime using elements of the words Dog and Yoga.
Doga is a yoga class you can go to with your dog, so while you are stretching and balancing, and using deep breathing techniques to reach your inner calm, your dog has the opportunity to illustrate how entirely out of synch he/she is with you by chasing another dog across someone else's yoga mat, slurping noisily out of the communal water bowl or avoiding the persistent and amorous advances of a huge black poodle called Wesley. Classes are not yet available on the Broadwater Farm Estate because there would be a massive and bloody staffy dog fight, but it is rumoured that they will soon be available in Hampstead.
Programme and production shots for Steven Berkoff's Religion & Anarchy at Jermyn Street Theatre.
Berkoff's five new interlinked plays exploring anti-semitism.
And yes I did encounter the man himself, and no he didn't want a biscuit.
Best go and see it for yourselves, it's on until 26th October.
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