Afterwards, I popped into Studio Voltaire, just next to Sainsbury's on the High Street, to see the Oscar Wilde Temple,by McDermott &McGough. It was really impressive. I was quite moved, remembering people I've known who died of AIDs, and all the queer people who have been killed, or driven to suicide. It was quite intense, actually. I hope a lot of people will see it. That's a problem with Studio Voltaire.I haven't been in there for ages. They don't publicise much, and it's in an out-of-the way old church building.
I've been dipping into the last ever BIG BROTHER, now and then, and oddly, it's a bit more interesting than it has been for years. The current batch of housemates is a bit more intelligent and articualte than usual, and there are no zepellin-titted glamour models sashaying around in heavy makeup all the time.
Quite shocked to see that the BBC is cancelling FLOG IT! after about 500 years. Cheesy and outdated as it is, I sort of enjoy it, and think it's the best of all the teatime 'antiques and collectibles' shows for old fogeys.