Last week was half term and the curtain went up on the pantomime that the kids had been rehearsing for and I had been prompting for these past few months. It was all very exciting and we didn't get to bed before 11pm each night! I wasn't permitted to prompt during the live shows but helped a bit backstage, however I got to sit and enjoy the show with the rest of the audience for the penultimate show. It was cracking! During the rehearsals, a couple of the actors gave very lively performances, but on the actual stage the rest of the cast really came to life and did a fantastic job. There were some very young children in the audience and when the wicked witch appeared, they were terrified and bawled their eyes out! Honor did very well with her dancing but Henry was hilarious, turning up in unexpected places (like, in the above pic, sitting on the Queen's throne) and at the very end, when the whole cast left the stage, he was still standing alone at the front but completely unaware. Then he'd look round and realise and go scampering off. I laughed 'til I cried!
Hi. I'm a Catholic Mama 'on a break' from school teaching while I look after my three children Honor(8), Henry(5), and Hope(6 months), do a bit of private tutoring and writing. I'm married and live in a small village in the Kent countryside. I LOVE... A-Ha, Little House on the Prairie, Roseanne,Moonlighting, The Eighties, Mozart, Snakes (and Steve Irwin), James Bond, Lost, the seasons, Spinal Tap, red wine, tesco value turkey legs,Cath Kidston, vintage, gardening and Dr Who.