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The puppets that went to the Palace and moving to Eastbourne!

  Buckingham Palace In the early 50s my parents were invited to entertain the Queen, Prince Charles, Princess Anne and their friends. We had clowns, a puppet circus, a white rabbit from Alice in Wonderland, a garden ballet, singers, dancers … Continue reading

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Bitter sweet BBC South East last night.

So there it was – the long a waited showing of the original version of  ‘Oh! What a Lovely War’ on 35 mm at the Duke of York’s. A message in the programme from Michael Attenborough,  The warm and wonderful … Continue reading

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