Lovely South African decor in our new house

In for the long haul- mattress moving

Lovely South African decor in our new house

To the regular readers of this blog: apologies for the delay of this
entry. Sunday’s Child have been in a whirlwind of activity lately.
We have been busy little bees moving out of Broughton Place and
relocating to the other side of town.
We were all a bit sad leaving Broughton place yesterday which has so
many great memories attached to it now, right from the very first
shaky script-readings in the kitchen to the hand-made make shift dance
studio in the sitting room, umbrella painting in the bathroom and
sporadic group planking. It has to be said though, the new place is
pretty sweet. It means that on the way to the Mile we get to walk
through The Meadows rather than hiking up the giant hill that used to
face us every morning.
Although we all knew that we would eventually be moving  it didnt stop
us from accumulating unnecessary amounts of pointlessness, such as
dead Dutch girl’s belongings and moving the mattress we had nicked from
the street corner across the road which all had to make the journey
across the city and up 3 the flights of stairs (which were actually
quite a relief since Eva had been forewarning the impossible 6 flights
for the past week) as well. After the show Dave, Rob, Dan and I
volunteered, or rather the others volunteered us to move the mattress
which no taxi company would take for us. And so we set off from 1
Broughton Place for the last time armed with a decent amount of gin to
aid the trek. It was quite strange walking the mile at such a late
hour and of course dragging a mattress along we attracted a lot of
attention. We reckoned it was some of the best promo we have done to
date. With ten of us sharing a room last night we were quite tight for
space but with the beautiful people who make up Sunday’s Child it was
also one of the most epic sleepovers of all time. Tonight also marks the end of the 10th performance and the magic is still certainly in the air.

Lovely South African decor in our new house

In for the long haul- mattress moving

Lovely South African decor in our new house

To the regular readers of this blog: apologies for the delay of this
entry. Sunday’s Child have been in a whirlwind of activity lately.
We have been busy little bees moving out of Broughton Place and
relocating to the other side of town.
We were all a bit sad leaving Broughton place yesterday which has so
many great memories attached to it now, right from the very first
shaky script-readings in the kitchen to the hand-made make shift dance
studio in the sitting room, umbrella painting in the bathroom and
sporadic group planking. It has to be said though, the new place is
pretty sweet. It means that on the way to the Mile we get to walk
through The Meadows rather than hiking up the giant hill that used to
face us every morning.
Although we all knew that we would eventually be moving  it didnt stop
us from accumulating unnecessary amounts of pointlessness, such as
dead Dutch girl’s belongings and moving the mattress we had nicked from
the street corner across the road which all had to make the journey
across the city and up 3 the flights of stairs (which were actually
quite a relief since Eva had been forewarning the impossible 6 flights
for the past week) as well. After the show Dave, Rob, Dan and I
volunteered, or rather the others volunteered us to move the mattress
which no taxi company would take for us. And so we set off from 1
Broughton Place for the last time armed with a decent amount of gin to
aid the trek. It was quite strange walking the mile at such a late
hour and of course dragging a mattress along we attracted a lot of
attention. We reckoned it was some of the best promo we have done to
date. With ten of us sharing a room last night we were quite tight for
space but with the beautiful people who make up Sunday’s Child it was
also one of the most epic sleepovers of all time. Tonight also marks the end of the 10th performance and the magic is still certainly in the air.

Lovely South African decor in our new house

In for the long haul- mattress moving

Lovely South African decor in our new house

To the regular readers of this blog: apologies for the delay of this
entry. Sunday’s Child have been in a whirlwind of activity lately.
We have been busy little bees moving out of Broughton Place and
relocating to the other side of town.
We were all a bit sad leaving Broughton place yesterday which has so
many great memories attached to it now, right from the very first
shaky script-readings in the kitchen to the hand-made make shift dance
studio in the sitting room, umbrella painting in the bathroom and
sporadic group planking. It has to be said though, the new place is
pretty sweet. It means that on the way to the Mile we get to walk
through The Meadows rather than hiking up the giant hill that used to
face us every morning.
Although we all knew that we would eventually be moving  it didnt stop
us from accumulating unnecessary amounts of pointlessness, such as
dead Dutch girl’s belongings and moving the mattress we had nicked from
the street corner across the road which all had to make the journey
across the city and up 3 the flights of stairs (which were actually
quite a relief since Eva had been forewarning the impossible 6 flights
for the past week) as well. After the show Dave, Rob, Dan and I
volunteered, or rather the others volunteered us to move the mattress
which no taxi company would take for us. And so we set off from 1
Broughton Place for the last time armed with a decent amount of gin to
aid the trek. It was quite strange walking the mile at such a late
hour and of course dragging a mattress along we attracted a lot of
attention. We reckoned it was some of the best promo we have done to
date. With ten of us sharing a room last night we were quite tight for
space but with the beautiful people who make up Sunday’s Child it was
also one of the most epic sleepovers of all time. Tonight also marks the end of the 10th performance and the magic is still certainly in the air.

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