Royal Festival Hall 29th June
I pass this building every time I come into central London. I have lost count of how many times I have been inside. On the day I was married, our extremely small wedding party ate there. The restaurant at the time was The People’s Palace, with Gary Rhodes in the driving seat.
I cut the picture from ‘Time Out’ magazine (2283). The illustration is by Anne Gerish and Thomas Havell.
Ouch. Sorry to hear about your house 😦 best wishes to its speedy recovery!
Has to be done, not the end of the world etc..
That napkin’s amazing actually. You are so productive and you carry things through to the end. Deffo enter it for the SE next year 🙂
I mostly do not carry things through to the end, life always gets in the way. So pleased with myself that I got to the end of this. Although lots of other stuff suffered as a consequence, you know how it is.
Yes, I intend to, the trouble is remembering! I generally remember when it’s too late!
Thank you. Not a major problem, really 🙂
I went to the People’s Palace – what an amazing venue for your wedding party! At last I’ve been able to post, btw – have had the same problem you have with mobile comments!
Yes, I read your post on The People’s Palace. I attempted to tell you about my experience there in your comment box a few times, but it kept disappearing. Very annoying. I can’t remember whether I did not manage a comment or whether it was just a couple of words, in the end.
a piece of architecture!
I heart the RFH. The napkin’s looking wonderful.
Yes, it’s like a reliable old friend.
Hope you’re enjoying the heat.
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