I love Lego. So much so I still buy it. I remember having some of the earlier 1975 Minifigures but they weren't as articulate as the modern ones invented in 1978 and didn't have moving arms or legs. Needless to say I wish I'd kept them. I don't remember them having anything other than a smile and two eyes. You had to use your imagination if you wanted a different race or gender. Perhaps Lego … [Read more...] about Che Guevara Minifigure
During a heated game of Hungry Hippos a stray ladybird found it's way in amongst the action. The game had to be momentarily stopped whilst the Ladybird was nudged to safety. Luckily all the action was caught on camera. (No Ladybirds or Hippo's were hurt in the making of this video.) … [Read more...] about Pitch Invasion
@Minimentally can't crawl yet. Any time now. He can still cause chaos though. He rolls, shuffles and wriggles his way around. Still, It feels like the calm before the storm. Who knows what he'll be up to in a few weeks. … [Read more...] about The Calm Before The Crawl
Director Stephen Simms has really delved deep into someone's nightmares to produce a really creative adaptation of Georg Buchner's 1837 tragedy Woyzeck. And if you head over to the Ron Barber Studio at the Crescent Theatre Birmingham between the 24th and the 27th of this month, you can see it for yourself. So last night I was sent to photograph the Birmingham School of Acting's depiction of the … [Read more...] about Woyzeck, a review and photos.