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Back in 2014, a few of us were lucky adequate to win tickets (through the column) to Pat Sheil’s (C8) terrific play Legends at the Old Fitzroy Hotel in Woolloomooloo, remembers Janice Creenaune of Austinmer. It was a terrific night, however the greatest eye-opener was the fantastic Column 8 writer/reader party. While lined up to go into, there was a buzz in the air for guests, a who’s who of the Column 8 world. Some were strolling the line to discover the typically (faceless) authors and to present themselves. When quizzed, I described that I was more a Herald letters factor than Column 8 and was instantly dismissed. I laughed and was not upset, it was all enjoyable, however I was surprised that there might be a department in Herald sociability, even when on the exact same page. Nude scenes(C8

) revive memories for some while others appear to have actually blotted them out. Lynne Haylock of East Killara keeps in mind a more revealing side to the arts. As a young uni trainee in Melbourne, how could I forget the naked scene in Hair! . ? . ! ? It was improved by Reg Livermore likewise naked, swinging happily on a rope over the auditorium. I likewise saw the naked efficiency by the Netherlands’ Dance Business around the exact same time. Those were the days! Geoff Gilligan,

you brought that scene back to me as though it was the other day, states Dorothy Gliksman of Cedar Brush Creek. I was an impressionable, girl working as an usherette at the City Theatre in Kings Cross, being exposed to that scene, night after night, week after week. I ‘d forgotten it up until now. Al Clark of Belrose simply heard Donald Trump state in an interview with Piers Morgan that he has actually had 7 victories. There was a rumour it might well have actually been 8 if his ball had actually not got stuck under the windmill on the twelfth. More on the simple hyphen(C8 )from Simon Grimes of Crows Nest: Years back, I worked for the succinctly called Sir Ranulph Twisleton-Wickham-Fiennes, 3rd Baronet, OBE, and Polar Medal with double clasp. To conserve time, and ink, he was normally called Ran. Though handicapped by his origins, the name did have benefits, and he notoriously prevented a driving offense since the authorities could not spell his name. The magistrate accepted his defence that he was not the individual called on the summons. [email protected] com. au! . ? . ! No accessories, please. Consist of name, residential area and daytime phone

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