Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Final Edinburgh sketches

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We went to see ‘Woody Sez’ (a biographical show about the life and music of Woody Guthrie) on our last day in Edinburgh. We’d seen and enjoyed it two years previously, but I swear I’m not going to watch it again because I found it even more moving the second time around and was in tears for almost the entire duration of the show. Some of my festival highlights that I wasn’t able to sketch were the hilarious comedian Sarah Millican, a thought provoking and funny show by Marcus Brigstocke, the play ‘Orphans’ at the Traverse theatre and the Israeli physical theatre company ‘Matinée’. We left Edinburgh as the sun was setting, sad to be back to normal life.

3 Comments:

Blogger Jessie said...

Great sketches Julie!x

9/02/2009 7:44 PM  
Blogger Suma CM said...

Enjoyed all the Edinburgh sketches - great work!

9/02/2009 8:16 PM  
Blogger Paul Lucas said...

Dear Julie:

I'm delighted that you sketched two of my shows = Woody Sez and Die Roten Punkte!

Any chance we could get digital copies?

All the best,

Paul Lucas (prez@paullucasproductions.com)

9/03/2009 8:14 AM  

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