Margery Allingham: Hide My Eyes (*****)
John Darnielle: Universal Harvester (*****)
Margery Allingham: The Beckoning Lady (***)
Margery Allingham: More Work for the Undertaker (****)
Margery Allingham: Coroner's Pidgin (****)
Margery Allingham: Traitor's Purse (****)
Margery Allingham: The Fashion In Shrouds (****)
Anthony Rolls: Scarweather (****)
Malcolm Pryce: The Case of the 'Hail Mary' Celeste (****)
Raymond Postgate: Verdict of Twelve (****)
Dorothy L Sayers: Striding Folly (***)
Dorothy L Sayers: Busman's Honeymoon (*****)
Dorothy L Sayers: Gaudy Night (*****)
Dorothy L Sayers: The Nine Tailors (****)
George Bellairs: The Dead Shall be Raised and Murder of a Quack (****)
George Bellairs: Death of a Busybody (*****)
Gil North: The Methods of Sergeant Cluff (*****)
C. H. B. Kitchin: Crime at Christmas (****)
Anthony Berkeley: The Poisoned Chocolates Case (***)
Jill McGown: Murder at the Old Vicarage (****)
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If I had a time machine I would go back and KILL to be at that Laugh / East Village show.
May 06, 2008 in Pop Ephemera | Permalink
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I don't think you'd need to (kill, that is). As I recall it sadly wasn't that busy, and I'm sure if you told Jeff that you'd just time-travelled back from 2008 to be there that night, he'd let you in for free!
May 06, 2008 at 13:13
Do you think Jeff would believe me? Or would he think i was mad? Or in a coma and living in a TV serial? This flyer was actually a letter that Jim Simply Thrilled sent, and he commented on how excited he had been by both groups, especially East Village. I suspect if I DID manage to zap back in time I would bump into a lot of familiar faces at the Falcon... And ah, do you remember the days of writing letters on the back of flyers and assorted photocopies? It was like a Double A-Side experience.
May 06, 2008 at 15:30
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