Sunday, April 29, 2012

La Cuisine Cachée

We're hosting a French inspired dinner next Sunday at La Cuisine Cachée. That's my Supper Club (what's a Supper Club?).

7.00pm for a 7.30pm start, for a £15 cover charge, you enjoy 3 courses, a complimentary house cocktail and the ambiance of our pop-up French style bistro!

Places are limited - if you want to join us email us at la Cuisine Cachée.

Friday, April 27, 2012


I did some clever stuff (I thought); registering a new domain.

But I lost all my links - Nik the Greek, I tried to find you; leave a comment so I can link you back. Same as all you others. Stephen C. And so on...

In the meantime I'm now

I think!

La Cuisine Cachée

After popular demand and, with the encouragement of other Clandestinos, it looks like my secret supper club will be revived - with a new co-chef.

Even better, she's studying at Le Cordon Bleu London.

Delicious evenings ahead, I think.

We might be planning a dinner for 8-10 guests on Sat 6 May. Mainly (if not exclusively) LGB. You pay no more than £20, and BYO (we don't have a liquor licence).

To be confirmed, but if you fancy it, czechOUT

and email there...

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Over The Rainbow

god, for what feels like the 10th day in a row I'm out drinking. This time at Stonewall's offices where we happen to be over the rainbow....

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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Friday, April 20, 2012

Theresa May, Home Secretary

At the moment very much in demand. Just don't mention Al Qatada.

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Monday, April 16, 2012

Made In Russia

At the weekend I watched Russia 88.

I didn't finish watching it.

But, it is at least, a mockumentary.

This is Made In Russia, brought to you by Made In Scotland.

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Phantom Of The Opera

Took my aunt to see it last night, she had wanted to go to the theatre in London for quite some time, so when one of my tickets became spare... had Swedish musical theatre star Peter Jöback as the Phantom. Sensitive, but without the contrast needed for Music of the Night moments.

We had understudy Claire Doyle as Christine, who I spotted instantly at the Undergound station, and all the way home on the tube (she stayed on after we got off...)

I thought she had slightly off moments, with an interesting method of getting some power. I don't know how to describe it, but it was a definite method/style she had going on. She really wasn't bad...

It was the first time I had been to HMT to see Phantom since it has the sound system all digitalised, and it really was a noticeable difference.

So, that probably was trip number 20-something to Phantom...

Monday, April 09, 2012

What *IS* This Dynamic?

Yesterday, the first part of the long tube ride home (almost the full length of the Piccadilly Line, though not quite, thankfully), found me pondering on a distraction.

  I just couldn't figure out the dynamic going on here.

 There is a 3rd guy, missing in the clip, but showing   on the pic below.

 So, Mr. Make-Up with the foundation was definitely gay. But were the other two? At first they all sat apart, then came together.

 The guy in the trackie (the featured guy, let me not kid myself) was unhappy, mopey, needing consolation.

Was the bald guy the pimp, the rich lover? He had paid for their tickets (I saw the receipt - I notice so many things when the moment takes me). Was he taking them to London to film porn (doesn't that just show you how my mind works)? They were going to and did get off at Earls Ct, but consulted the Underground map oh so very many times...

By the way, all three were Made In Scotland, with rather lovely strong Scottish accents. Sweigans, all of them.

So, what do you think is going on?

Sunday, April 08, 2012

Tube Home

I hate the tube journey from Heathrow home. Takes so long and usually very little to entertain me.....

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Saturday, April 07, 2012

Easter Weekend

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Monday, April 02, 2012

Pomme D'Or

There's definitely something about Apple.

Our Macbook Air has found its own civil partner. One has become two.

And look at the pretty eggs one of my colleagues brought. The rest all brought wine. Go figure, as if I wouldn't ever have provided enough.

BTW, I always recognise a bottle bought from the corner shop.

Saracens lost - but we did have rather good seats! (It was a world record for a club game attendance - over 82, 000).


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