After breakfast here at Pollock, the first thing on our agenda was going back to the Pleasance Courtyard to see Decomposed - a story that featured much parody of classical music in a very silly screwball comedy style script about two brothers, one who had done nothing with his life and one that tried to do too much - both at a crossroads. Overall a strong piece.
We grabbed a bite at TESCO on our way to the bus back to Pollock and got ready for our next performance of Midsummer/Jersey at Church Hill.
I had thought about trying to squeeze a performance in between our third show and dinner, but it was just too tight. So we had almost 2 hours to take care of any final laundry or simply rest before dinner.
After dinner at Pollock, we took the city bus to Just the Tonic at the Caves (a really cool space under part of the city) for Frankenstein: Unbolted - a very loose spoof of the Frankenstein story. Very, very funny. Oh - and Stephen may have been pulled on stage a bit. He had the audience in stitches (no pun intended). You might be able to tell from the photo that "The Creature" is "Frankie" (from Frankie Goes to Hollywood fame).
Our final show of the day was Ennio Marchetto: The Living Paper Cartoon back at Pleasance Courtyard. A highly entertaining and creative show. And there was a bit of excitement amongst us when he did the bit below.
Here's his official trailer...
Another busy day!