Friday, April 27, 2007

Message in a bottle

Oh, Becks, no. Just when I decided to cut you and the stick insect some slack and wish you well in La-La land, you have to go and reinvent yourself again but this time as Sting. Or is it platinum Brad post Jennifer break-up? If you really want to try something different, grow out a beard braid, slap some beads onto it, and have a nervous breakdown.

But enough of that. This is starting to read like Metro which is the new unspeakable. Rather, it is Friday and frivolity is in order which is our cue for the 32nd edition of City Slicker's "Week's Action, Weekend Reaction":

1) Are you pleased to hear that Sloane Square is being saved? React by paying your dues en route to check out the hottest show in town: 'That Face', a hit debut from a 20 year-old playwright. Yes, 20 and no I promise it's not Lily Allen. Book now, limited availability. Blinding reviews here. Tickets £15. Royal Court Theatre. Sloane Square, SW1. 0207 565 5000. Until 17 May.

2) Has the Kate and Wills split left you worried the British Monarchy will forever be determined by breeding? React by taking this idea one step backward with a controversial performance of the re-enactment of Prince William's conception - literally. It should put those ill-fated Woolworth collector items into perspective. Guy Hilton Gallery, 35 Fournier Street, E1. 0795859 5033. Sat. 5PM. RSVP essential. Free.

3) Are April's record temperatures making you frisky for the wild outdoors? React by catching the last weekend of the always inspiring Wildlife Photographer of the Year annual exhibition. National History Museum. SW7. Sat-Sun 10AM-5:50PM. £6.

13 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whoa that prince william thing is weird. Did you watch the YouTube on taht gallery site anyone?

5:40 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

have a good weekend CS!

5:40 pm  
Anonymous hels said...

gosh he is aging and badly

5:56 pm  
Anonymous claire said...

definitely does not suit his colouring. he looks grey.

5:56 pm  
Anonymous deidra said...

have a good weekend all.

shame about competition slick
;-)

6:25 pm  
Blogger Steve On Broadway (SOB) said...

I hope you don't blame me for the split, which occurred during my recent visit to London. Seems something bad always happens when I'm there (Diana's death, Princess Margaret's death, 7/7) - I promise that it's not me.

Have a great weekend, CS!

8:58 pm  
Blogger China Blue said...

I loved the description of him on Popbitch: 'Jake Shears crossed with a Czech rent boy'. It's an improvement on the last 'do, which made him look evil.

Have a good one CS! x

10:14 pm  
Blogger Monique said...

I thought Becks said he wasn't going to dye his hair blonde cause he was worried it would make him lost his hair faster? LAME - doesn't suit him at all - now posh AND becks have gone all la la land blonde hair *sigh* good riddance - hopefully we can stop having to hear about them now

9:57 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm interested in football, not 'style'. And Paul Scholes is a much better footballer than that show pony Beckham.

8:54 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love my Becks. The beer that is.

7:02 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Go CHELSEA go CHELSEA!

7:02 am  
Blogger *snake*bite* said...

That play sounds absolutely brilliant - sadly don't have time to see it.

As for DB - even though it looks like he is going silver grey like a fine lined suit - i must say he is still extra good looking - Ms Stick figure has got it good!
Overall i think the Beckhams are ok!!!

Prince Williams conception??? - OMG How umm - YUK!!!

Aprils record temperatures are sending me in somersaults - i love it!

xXxXx

3:48 pm  
Blogger LPC said...

He looks terrible as a blonde. Too bad.

5:24 pm  

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