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Balancing left and right brain madness…
The face of London’s favourite curmudgeon will look both different and familiar at the Great Dickens Christmas Fair this year. Don Hardy, who stepped into Martin’s large and well-loved shoes for Dickens 2012, will be snarling his way through the streets again this year! Other commitments drew him away from last year’s show, and Dennis Parks, who made a striking impression in his maiden voyage at Dickens Fair as the deliciously loathsome Wackford Squeers (from Nicholas Nickelby) stepped in to give a bravura turn in 2013. He is returning to his first love, improvisational interactive theatre, as Squeers and promises other delights as well.
Please welcome Don back to the family, and support both of these actors as they settle into their roles.
An interesting video on “Cloud Accounting News EP4 – Bitcoin and Payments” from the The Sleeter Group.
Yes Virginia, it’s already time to start talking about the entertainment for the Great Dickens Christmas Fair for 2014. If you have a new show or group that you’d like to propose, please visit this webpage to find out more about performing at the fair.
Please keep the following in mind if you are proposing a show:
Please consult all of the information on the performer’s web page before proposing a show.
Proposals may be sent to entertainment director Cat Taylor at email@example.com
Phyllis Patterson, Who Revived the 16th Century, Dies at 82
The Renaissance Faire, Great Dickens Christmas Fair and Northern California Pirate Festival lost a very dear friend this week, Don Kelly. I did too. The GiveForward site for Don’s chosen family is up and available at
Please give what you can (even a little bit adds up) and share around.
Did you miss the beginning of the new Cosmos series with Neil deGrasse Tyson? We did too, but you can catch it on Hulu Plus for $7.99 a month. We just watched the first episode and it’s well worth it.