Spent a happy night reflecting on how good it was to be back in
full time teaching riding the waves just as before, and chanced
upon a book that reminded me of my other career in
Computing ... my Italian friend was a Graphics Expert and as a
result in childhood I developed this skill as well.
I thought no more of it and continued on my merry way into
Computing with a BIG American Company ... they in turn introduced
me another man in my life known as BossMan and he like
Richard Eyre was keen to discuss his time doing National
Service. I had done a bit of service myself for Queen and
Country but held it up as a big secret and rarely could I be
pushed into those discussions.
This book talks quite openly about Liam Neeson an Irish actor
very famous in this country and dare I say it, like myself known
for his good looks .. I won a Glamour competition recently in London UK.
He crosses poetry with prose, drama with book-keeping and winds his
way in and out of topics on Brian Friel playwright Ireland, Trevor Nunn Director,
National Theatre London, Wilfred Owen English Poet, and then an
anonymous character called Fake Nothing ... its odd how, even today
the humour is implanted within the sub text of his most interesting
Professors of Drama look out because herein is a challenge to your
Happy days! Keep on reading ... excellent stuff!