A few more of my favourite things.

One thing I really love are live performances. I don’t often get the chance to attend such events, so when the opportunity arises I seize it with both hands! Last week I attended a performance at The Brink cafe in Liverpool, of my good friend and fellow writer’s musical stage play, called: Eleanor, where are you?

Based around the famous Beatles’ song: Eleanor Rigby and the renowned sculpture in Stanley Street,ย  Liverpool, it was a delight to watch. With original songs by Cath’s husband, Andy Holland, and sterling performances from the actors, it was a toe tapping, rib tickling evening that ended all too soon.

I wasn’t the only person to revel in the performance, everyone there showed their appreciation with a rousing round of applause and cheers when, all too soon, the performance reached its conclusion.

It’s often been said that Merseyside is rife with talent and it’s true. I saw a splendid example of this at The Brink. Well done Cath and keep ’em coming. ๐Ÿ˜€

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5 Responses to “A few more of my favourite things.”

  1. I love live performances, too, but finding someone to watch four kids for a reasonable price so that you can go out for the night is nigh impossible! *sigh* Oh, well. In a few more years, the older two will be old enough to babysit. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  2. Thanks for this, Kate – what a lovely surprise! And thanks again for coming down to the performance – I’m glad you enjoyed it xxx

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    • You’re very welcome. My favourite quote is by Henri Matisse: Without hard work, talent is not enough. You’re a hard worker and as for the talent – you’ve got it in spades. ๐Ÿ˜€

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  3. Thanks for the likes, guys. ๐Ÿ˜€

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