The True Sea

The human mind, old films, literature and podcasts.

Russell Kane at The Bloomsbury

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I just got back from tonight’s brilliant therapy session, Russell Kane’s Smokescreens and Castles. I’m utterly pleased that I managed to get a front row ticket.
He’s such a charming bundle of energy. I haven’t laughed that much since Simon Amstell’s Do Nothing at The O2 Empire.
This has been a most delightful evening. I seem to be out of words now.

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