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Issue No. 17 [Back Issues]
2nd November 2004


Off The Peg Productions present 'LIFE's JACKETS'
 



I managed to catch Clare and Julie whilst they were out with John Kyrle, the 'Man of Ross' last Saturday.
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'Life's Jackets,' written and performed by Clare Fischer and Julie Tyler.

This brand new comedy duo return to the Phoenix Theatre in Ross-on-Wye next month following a sell out performance at this summer's Ross-on-Wye International Festival.

Known for their quick wit, outrageous comments and wicked sense of humour, Clare and Jules have moved from being faceless voices on the radio to full-on stand up in the flesh.

With a background in almost everything, there isn't much these two haven't tried and won't talk about. After years of performing for radio, their experiences in bringing up children, mixing with the rich and famous, recovering from failed relationships and generally existing from day to day, have allowed for creative and hilarious writing that's not for the faint hearted.

'Life's Jackets' is a mixture of stand up and sit down comedy, weird sketches and a good deal of bonding with the audience. It peels back life's layers and demonstrates how to face your forties with fortitude and a firm body……

'Life's Jackets' is on at The Phoenix Theatre in Ross-on-Wye on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th November 2004 at 7:30 pm

Tickets cost £8 and are available from the
Tourist Information Centre, King Street, Hereford. 01432 268430 or from Ross-on-Wye Heritage Centre, Market Hall, Ross-on-Wye, 01432 260675, which is open seven days per week, 10.30 am until 4:00 pm


Stolen from the Hope & Anchor
 


Some time during the evening of Saturday, 30th October, during a Halloween party, an expensive curtain and heavy curtain pole from which it was hanging was lifted and stolen from the games room at the Hope & Anchor, riverside pub in Ross-on-Wye.

The curtain can be seen in the photograph to the left, which was taken at a time the room was being used as part of the restaurant.

Any information leading to its recovery would be appreciated.

Please either email

or contact the Hope & Anchor direct.

Tel: 01989 563003.



Topical Photography This Week

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Above: Witches, ghosts and ghouls gather for a Halloween party at the Hope & Anchor on Saturday 30th October. Looks like everybody entered into the spirit of the occasion.

Right: Elvis, apparently alive and well and window shopping at the Sue Ryder Shop, Ross-on-Wye. I had always wondered who his tailor was.

Below: Mayors and Councillors begin to arrive for refreshments at the newly and tastefully refurbished Corn Exchange Council Chambers, prior to attending a service at St. Mary's parish church on Civic Sunday, 31st October.


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