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After centuries of oppression at the hands of a callous aristocracy Jules is seeing a fairer republican society emerge. Then one day while supervising the good works of the Committee of Public Safety a terribly unsafe situation occasion arises due to some interfering English busybodies. Over the next few months Jules, his best pal Jim and their hard put upon superior Sgt. Roquefort are subjected to a Reign of Terror instigated by a flower wearing Surrey toff.

Book tickets now for a hard hitting exposé of the dangers of Britain being involved in European politics.

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Drinks for my definitly not significant birthday, 7pm 1st August, Three Tuns, Silver Street Head.
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EVENT: Pub Crawl
ORGANIZER;CN=Tony Kennick:MAILTO:tony@pint.org.uk
DTSTART:2013-07-26 18:00 BST
SUMMARY:Not getting old honest (okay it may well be the day before my Birthday)
LOCATION:Rutland Arms
URL:https://www.facebook.com/events/430812190349889/ or https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/ci8ng7q50id3sn2pums9olgod1s
DESCRIPTION:Starting in the Rutland Arms and moving on to the Sheffield Tap, a quick one in the Old Queens Head, on to the Harlequin, then who knows.

(Yes I know I have butchered that, deal with it)
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The UK’s drug regulator has issued new dosage guidelines for children’s liquid medicines such as Calpol and Disprol.

http://www.nhs.uk/news/2011/11November/Pages/new-child-calpol-paracetamol-doses.aspx
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Looking forward to a beer or two in the Hillsborough tonight.
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My folks are popping over next weekend and will be based in the Hillsborough, so I'll be drinking in there Friday evening if anyone wants to join in.
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Over my cold, the great DNS apocalypse of 2012 seems to have passed, sorry to everyone I've been grumpy at, normality is returning.

*disappears back to twitter*
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Starting at the Shakespeare, continuing around other Kelham island pubs
28th July, 19:00
Links for your calendar:
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27 Campo Ln

Question

Jan. 29th, 2012 08:24 pm
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Have I mentioned that you really should come to watch Maskerade next week?
Well I have now!

Maskerade

Jan. 22nd, 2012 03:22 pm
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Spent the weekend mostly building scenery (artistry by others more talented) to see our hard work book tickets here http://bit.ly/bpUXI9

Movember

Nov. 30th, 2011 10:52 pm
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Wow I was wondering if I could hit 400 I'm now tempted to see if I could beg up to 500 before dawn. I love you lot...
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I have once again given my upper lip over to charity.
While I won't be waxing it this year, it does itch.
Please consider making a donation to help fight male cancers.
http://mobro.co/tck

The Harley

Sep. 9th, 2011 08:36 am
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334 Glossop Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S10 2HW
1pm
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I am very excited to say that I will be speaking at this event at the Showroom Cinema on the 22nd September. The subject of my slot will probably be of no surprise to anyone: The Nepalese Ratel or honey badger My part in the twitter campaign to lobby the advertisers in the News of the World. I promise that I won’t spend the *whole* time going through the contents of the perl script I wrote for it line by line.



Read more about TEDxSheffield and the rest of the speaker list then snap up a ticket, currently on sale at £10/£5.



P.S. I didn't write the blerb about me, so no sarcy comments about "mild mannered web technologist" ;->

Question

Jun. 28th, 2011 12:57 pm
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Can I please have your recommendations for pubs and attractions in York
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Director Craig Walton’s abridged version of Sheridan’s classic 18th century comedy of manners is a hoot.

Lydia Oh Hey Ho Languish, astutely played by Emma Wass, reads too many romantic novels. Worse still, she believes what she reads. Wealthy Captain Jack is forced to assume a lowly status to win her affections.

There are some terrific double acts to suit Sheridan’s cracking script. Tony Kennick is on hilarious form as Sir Anthony Absolute.
Read more at thestar.co.uk
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Book tickets now for The Company's production of "The Rivals" by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Written in 1775, Sheridan's dialogue crackles with wit even today. Captain Absolute, masquerading as Ensign Beverly, is courting a beautiful young heiress, Lydia Languish. Her aunt Mrs Malaprop has other ideas - as do his rivals, Bob Acres and Sir Lucius O'Trigger. Expect rapiers at dawn, pistols at elevenses, deceit, double deceit and double double deceit and all in the name of love!

The production will run from Wednesday 15th to Saturday 18th June 2011, Sheffield University Drama Studio Glossop Road doors open at 7pm for a prompt 7.30pm start.
Full price: £7 Concessions: £5
Concessions are available to full time students and those over 65 years old. Discounts are available for party bookings and school parties when booked in advance, please ask when booking.
Tickets can be booked by
Internet: http://www.thecompanysheffield.co.uk/boxoffice/index.php
Telephone: (0114) 201 0090
Post: The Company Box Office, 95 Doe Royd Crescent Parson Cross Sheffield S5 8GB

The Rivals

Jun. 1st, 2011 02:40 pm
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Written in 1775, Sheridan's dialogue crackles with wit even today. Captain Absolute, masquerading as Ensign Beverly, is courting a beautiful young heiress, Lydia Languish. Her aunt Mrs Malaprop has other ideas - as do his rivals, Bob Acres and Sir Lucius O'Trigger. Expect rapiers at dawn, pistols at elevenses, deceit, double deceit and double double deceit and all in the name of love!

For those of you who have been wondering what the beard is for, come and see me (and the rest of a brilliant cast) make a fools of ourselves in a frankly hilarious play.

Wednesday 15th to Saturday 18th June, Sheffield University Drama Studio.
More information and online booking.

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These are the dates I am planning to book for Sheffield Theatre’s autumn season.

One Monkey Don't Stop Show Studio 14/09 19:45
Othello Crucible 21/09 19:15
One Day When We Were Young Studio 05/10 19:45
Lungs Studio 26/10 19:45
Journey’s End Lyceum 01/11 19:45
Lives In Art/ The Crucible Celebrates Crucible 09/11 19:15
Fanfared Crucible (ish) 10/11 19:00
Untitled Studio 23/11 19:45
Dr Marigold and Mr Chops Lyceum 30/11 19:45
The Winter's Tale Lyceum 28/01 19:45

If you want to come along to see any of these email me. I will be booking on the 4th of June.

I wish I could link to information about these shows but they aren’t up on the website yet.

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