Wednesday, November 23, 1988

We Bailed ...

Woke up around 8:30 a.m. for what was to be my final class until Monday. At some breakfast and then went to the class, followed by a leisurely day of not really doing anything.

Later that evening, J.P., Neil (pictured) and I went to a drama workshop in Hull, which we had hoped would have been some sort of acting troupe. It turned out to be nothing more than a group that occasionally went to the local theatre and occasionally held workshops with actors and actresses.

Well we didn't find that out at first. We signed our names to join the group, and then realized what it was all about (plus, we learned that we'd each have to pay £1 to join). So we waited for an opportune moment and bailed on the group, returning to The Grange just in time to catch the next installment of "Doctor Who" on TV. Tonight was the 25th anniversary of the premiere of the series (as well as the 25th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy). It was a good episode... Part 1 of "The Silver Nemesis."

Later on, Doug and I went to The Haworth Fisheries, where I bought some fish 'n chips. Greasy, but alright.

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