Hopefully the sudden flurry of activity posted beneath goes some way toward mitigating the inexcusable recent lack activity on here. Beyond having been away for a few weeks, Postcards has variously been moving house and having its laptop nicked while its desktop was in storage. All of which means Postcards is currently ‘net-less except in cafes, which is obviously not ideal for a blog. It also means I haven’t had much of a chance to catch up with everyone else’s blogs, which I’m looking forward to, following the reinstatement of some sort of internet access.
That said, I’m now settled (mostly) at my new place and should be back to normal service as soon as humanly possible. In the mean time, my reviews of The Tempest, Involution, Hanging by a Thread and Woyzeck for Time Out are all still online, I'm on a TheatreVoice discussion here and there are reviews of God of Carnage and Peter Pan – The Musical in the pipeline. Annoyingly, my reviews of I’ll Be The Devil, Hedda Gabler and the NT’s Baby Girl / DNA / The Miracle were pretty much the only things on my laptop not backed-up elsewhere. I suppose I should try to knock those up at some stage, but at the moment, they don’t seem especially pressing, particularly with Spaniards and a French to put in their place.
Such is Postcards’s current organisational regime, that at the moment forthcoming shows are still very much a trade secret, but hopefully some sort of April Highlights preview will hove into view at some not-too-distant point in the future.
In the mean time, it’s lovely to be back. Hello!