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Monthly:April 2017

Our first week

What a week! Saturday was launch day, after which we travelled from Bull’s Bridge to Limehouse for the opening night (Monday) which was also press night. Three reviews followed, all pleasingly positive. Here’s an extract from one of them, Theatre Things: “… an enjoyable retelling and great entertainment … a powerful reminder of the crucial role women played in keeping the country running during the war.” “The enthusiasm of both ladies, who come from boating backgrounds themselves, is infectious; even […]

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Setting Off

From the family album…   I’m a landlubber. Kate is a live-aboard boater. We first encountered each other on Twitter in February 2016 and – fast forward at break-neck speed! – we are about to embark on our third tour of a show we cooked up together, Idle Women of the Wartime Waterways. My love of canals started as a child when my family owned a Fellows Morton & Clayton narrow boat called Laurel. I have about 300 ivermectin purchase […]

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