Drag Queen! Help! Lipstick Vogue – good luck!
‘Hallowe’en’ – Japan
Drag Queen was a laugh, actually, but I didn’t win, I came third. Tony Pope won and he deserved to; he looked fantastic!
Lipstick didn’t win the ‘Talent’ Competition, but they should have.
Nyall brought me the Japan LP.
By d’way, did I say I’ve gorrajob at Ver Dome now?
This evening, at 7.30pm, Alison and I went to see a Pinter play – The Dumb Waiter – at the Angles Theatre.
It was a ‘Studio One Production’ starring Colin Galbraith and Cliff Humphreys, directed by David Sugar.
It only cost us a pound, but it wasn’t too fab.
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