Have we moved a Singaporean hawker food court to Tankerton, Kent?
Is that Vikki Edmonds I espy?
Yes indeed, she came to Singapore for 4 days or so to spend some time with Eddo, as he had extended his work trip.
Very sad in that last day is tomorrow 5th.
I think Amy may have partaken off some of the brown beverage you may see on the table, as man is this photo crooked – but my darling you go us all in and all smiling – well done!
Then through the pouring rain we trot off to get to see Ollie’s new acting venture with Playacting Productions – 52nd Street.
Basically he had written a story that was then converted to a play. JUst he and one other character in the play.
Son you NAILED it yet again! Just amazing, so natural Ollie. It was so very very bloody good.
If anyone is reading this can any one show me how to upload video to the blogs now and you’ll be able to see him perform.
Seriously check him out.
He was confident, you could hear every word, the emotion, the humour were timed perfectly!
Well done Ollie, well done Sangeeta – fantastic!
Got a bit freaky here in Ollie’s dream state, this is Gepetto the carpenter, and talking to Ollie as if he were Pinocchio. Huh?? Have I got those 3D glasses on again!
Now it’s a ski on Jack & the BeanStalk – ha ha. The crazy world of Ollie’s imagination, written down and acted out.
An absolutely transfixed audience it seems!
Even our Sangeeta had a good few goes on stage this time.
Here she is “fear”, a companion of us all.
Acting here to discuss the relationship we have with fear. Very interesting and actually VERY funny!
Two performances then BLEW ME AWAY AS WELL as Ollie’s.
Firstly was a young girl of 13 telling her true story of how she lost the ability to do what she loves – sing! How she ignored her voice coaches, teachers, parents and got on with it and sang.
I am sorry I cannot remember your name, but my goodness.
She then stood and sang. She sang Gianni Schicchi – an amazing aria by Puccinni, one of the hardest songs ever.
She was amazing. Tears and limps to throats!
Then to Sid (I think)
Such a cool kid. He did this really amazing solo.
Almost “jazz club” style but spoken – so my friend you go in as black & white, super cool and great performance!
Then all the kids got awards which was really nice of PlayActing to give the kids a memento to cherish!
I do believe we should go for a celebration meal!
Off to one of our little secrets in Singapore – Le Barca.
It’s hidden, it’s secret, it’s exclusive, it’s bloody good!
It even has a foozeball table to keep the munchkins entertained, bless. We were apparently a little early for the kitchen to be open. Oh no!
Worth the wait?
You betcha carnivores!
Below is the platter, a sharing platter – yes we had TWO of these.
We had breads with oil and balsamic.
We had cannelloni beans, with garlic, chill, sage and oil.
We had potatoes simply roasted.
HOLD ON A SECOND – I didn’t tell you about the 15 day aged T-Bone the size of a small car, that gets carved for you and then you can continue to cook your self on a hot stone.
Me wipe it’s bum, pull the horns off and serve please – yes medium rare please. Have to say this is like eating meat flavoured butter. Oh yes please – come Ollie do another play so we can go back from more celebrations!