Oh, if only. If Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, this must be the worst. Everyone is coughing and spluttering and it’s everywhere. I see sick people. Even when I’m standing in front of a mirror. Still, the show (or rehearsal) must go on, even if numbers have been severely decimated (temporarily. We hope. I’m fairly sure it’s just colds and not a return of the plague).
On the plus side, it’s not all doom and gloom. Good news for Whovians (I’m presuming this is a thing and that I haven’t just incorrectly interpreted a bumper sticker. Which, incidentally, is where I get all of my know how) but we are working on a Doctor Who piece at the moment. Guess what it’s called? Go on, guess. I’ll give you a hint – I used it in the title. Great how things work out. Though I think they mean Time Lord rather than medical.
And it’s not just Doctor Who fans who are in for a treat. Children of the 80s and 90s – rejoice! We have some crowd pleasers from that era coming your way. And if you’re keen for extra cheese (and who isn’t? It is what holds a pizza together after all) feel free to belt out the lyrics as loud as you like. We know that you know all the words. Even I know the words and I spent a large chunk of the 90s playing with Barbie dolls (please note it was age appropriate at the time).
So where can you catch all this awesomeness? The first place we’ll roll out some of these new (for us) hits is at Araluen on the 18th September. Fun music, stunning location, gorgeous weather (fingers crossed!). What more could you want on a Sunday afternoon?
It sounds just like what the doctor ordered.