A Badly Chewed Pencil
Anyone who knows me will know, that sport in all of its many and varied forms, is a complete stranger to me. I have never watched a complete football match, or cricket, or rugby, or tennis or any major sporting event. I believe that this detestation of sports was engendered in me by hateful, bullyingContinue reading “Fat Kid”
This is another song for a proposed new musical. It will be the play out song with a bit of audience participation. The tune is 60’s inspired and some of the dance moves will be those that are mentioned, like the Swim and the Watusi etc…. Medieval Twist You put your hands in the airContinue reading “Rockymodo the Musical”
The return of Rockymodo Another song from my musical archive. This is an up-tempo, jaunty song, sung by our leading man on his return to Paris after several years away. He is completely transformed as opposed to deformed. He has also come into a huge was of cash….. Actor 1: Why not tell us whereContinue reading “Rockymodo the Musical”
Part 48 The Chase Donald Dray set the car in motion and pulled onto the main street. As soon as the car appeared, the three police cars set off and followed behind. The fog was still thick, and Donald couldn’t see more than a few feet in front of him. Jackie Fanshaw was sure thatContinue reading “Thompson’s Lost Plimsole”
Part 47 Billy sat alone in his hotel room contemplating that afternoon’s events. The meeting with Madam Deville had stirred up a lot of past emotions and memories. What would be the point of punching Shadwell Crump, why bother bringing more trouble down upon himself? He could still sing and tell jokes and so far,Continue reading “Thompson’s Lost Plimsole”
Part 46 “This is your past”, she advised Billy. “The Fool represents a beginning, a journey, risk and potential”. Billy responded to this by explaining how he had started in show business at an early age. His father had died young and he was the oldest of five children. It had rested on his shouldersContinue reading “Thompson’s Lost Plimsole”
Part 45 Donald and Derek Dray were still smarting from the loss of their loot. They still had a small amount of paper money, but the gold and jewellery would have netted thousands of pounds. They had no contacts in the London area, but they had paid informants working at the police headquarters and theyContinue reading “Thompson’s Lost Plimsole”
Part 44 By the morning, the local police were all over the old farm site checking for evidence, as yet, there was nothing tangible to link the Dray twins to the bank robbery. However, they had the man that Clarence had brought in, but he was doing his upmost to remain silent. Sgt Grout andContinue reading “Thompson’s Lost Plimsole”
In the book ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Quasimodo is set to be punished by being whipped in front of the general public for … Blah blah etc read the book… Anyway, in my version, the Executioner or Whip Master General, does not relish his work anymore and sings this song to Quasimodo. Executioner’s SongContinue reading “Rockymodo The Musical”
Part 43 John and Clarence had skirted around the edge of the wood and could just make out the silhouette of the farm buildings. They both stood silently, listening out for any sounds such as voices or vehicles. Fifteen minutes passed and there was nothing, so the men made their way along the hedge lineContinue reading “Thompson’s Lost Plimsole”
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