Friday 28 September 2012

The Complete History of Comedy

On Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd September at the Chrysalis Theatre, Milton Keynes Theatre of Comedy performed 'The Complete History of Comedy'. There were sketches covering Pete and Dud, Monty Python, Two Ronnies, Not the 9 O'clock News, Fry and Laurie, Victoria Wood, Comic Relief and Mitchell and Webb. The performers were Steve Clark, Emma Dell, Gavin Fowler, Louisa Frost, David Lovesy, Gary Martindale, Sean McDermott, Matthew Perris, David Pibworth, Brian Two, Jon West and Anna Wingerath. The accompanist was Paul Kitchen. Stage management was Dave Howard and Hippofrog Productions. Props were by Pam Buckle and Mary Howard. Lighting design was Andy Nicholson. The set was done by John Southgate. Costumes were done by Anna Wingerath. Hair and makeup was Emma Dell and publicity was done by Steve Clark and David Lovesy.

Alex Fox

Friday 14 September 2012

Open Day

Camphill Milton Keynes had an open day on Saturday 8th September 2012. It started at 2pm and finished ad 5pm. Here are some of the photos of things that happened.

Having lunch.
The bakery.
Selling bread.
The Basket workshop.
Things on sale from the Basket workshop.
The Tools workshop.
The Weavery.
Ball games.
The band.
The Shop.
Bell ringing.

Alex Fox

Wednesday 5 September 2012


Michaelmas is a day in the Western Christian calendar which occurs on 29th September and during a gathering which took place in the crypt in Camphill Milton Keynes on Sunday 2nd September, Joan Harris explained what happens.
The Archangel Michael is the greatest of all the Archangels and is honoured for defeating Lucifer in the war in heaven. He is one of the principal angelic warriors, seen as a protector against the dark of night.
A table with images of the Archangel Michael
Joan telling us that the scales on the table stand for Justice.
Some residents performing a Michaelmas story.
Hanna playing the lyre.
Linda reading a poem.

 Alex Fox