Wednesday 26 March 2014

Stags and Hens

Stags and Hens was a production performed in the Chrysalis Theatre at Camphill Milton Keynes from Wednesday 5th to Saturday 8th March and was produced by Click Productions.
CLICK believes that the arts as a confidence building and self-expressive pursuit should be ACCESSIBLE TO ALL, therefore, unlike most groups we do not charge a playing nor audition fee, funding our productions out of ticket sales and the generous donations of those committed to our mission.
The Plot - Unknown to each other, Dave and Linda are holding the respective stag and hen parties in the same tacky club.
Both the guys’ and the girls’ parties are seeking a night (or even just a few minutes) of passion – with the exception of the groom, who is throwing up after the curry, and the bride, who is having second thoughts.  Bring in the bride’s ex who is now a successful musician and the battle of the sexes is set to explode!  Russell’s raucous, coarse, and very funny play is a brilliant depiction of what passes for courtship, with the squeals, jeers and flings considered a necessary prelude to getting married.
 Alex Fox

Thursday 20 March 2014

Happy Birthday to Freddy Peeters

Happy Birthday to Freddy Peeters who is a resident in Camphill Milton Keynes. He is 50 years today on Thursday 20th March.
Alex Fox

Friday 14 March 2014

Pancake Day

On Tuesday 4th March, residents and co-workers from Camphill Milton Keynes celebrated Shrove Tuesday (or Pancake Day). The expression "Shrove Tuesday" comes from the word shrive, meaning "confess"  so people can make a special point of considering what wrongs they need to confess.
To celebrate this day, we held a pancake race. Each participant had to carry a pancake in a frying pan, and while running had to toss their pancakes and catch them in the frying pan.  There were several races done until there was a race with all the best runners. Steven Mundi won this race and won some special pancakes.

Alex Fox

Thursday 6 March 2014

Desert Island Movie Night

On Thursday 20th February there was another Desert Island Movie Night in the Chrysalis Theatre at Camphill Milton Keynes. The film that was screen was Zulu which is a 1964 historical war film depicting the Battle of Rorke's Drift between the British Army and the Zulus in January 1879, during the Anglo-Zulu War where 150 British soldiers, many of whom were sick and wounded as patients at that field hospital, successfully held off an army of 4,000 Zulu warriors.
The film Zulu was chosen by Freddy Peeters who lives in Camphill Milton Keynes.

Freddy Peeters
Freddy and Anna
Scene from Zulu
 Alex Fox