A few photos of Britannia's gladiator show:
http://s1003.photobucket.com/albums/af1 ... ladiators/
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Not one of mine - this one is courtesy of Mr Badger.Dan of Britannia wrote:Fortunately the storm never came... we were high up on that site though!
(One of the few decent images of me ever taken... Mags you must be a genius, actually the weather makes it... I'm just a bystander !).
I was standing behind you at one point as you can see!squamatus wrote:I popped in on Monday afternoon - great show! Sorry I didn't get a chance to say hello as the presentation timetables were so tight that you were performing both times I was in range.
The one thing I would have fought my brother for tooth and nail after Mum died was her Singer Featherlight Sewing Machine. She saved up for it and bought it new from Lewis's in Birmingham in 1954. It still has the receipt, instruction book and original bobbins etc in it. I love it as not only is it ...
- Tue May 15, 2007 12:41 am
- Forum: Food and Drink
- Topic: Alternative to water in LH camps
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It seems very little real milk was used in the medieval period, almond milk was used instead.StaffordCleggy wrote:Problem with milk is keeping it fresh on camp,
Anyway if its small beer you want why not just water down some mild ( closest thing apparently to medieval ale).
- Thu Dec 21, 2006 1:00 am
- Forum: Music and Instruments
- Topic: Bach for Concerto for Oboe and Violin
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Hello A desperate plea......... Has one got/can get hold of/will lend me/can point me in the right direction of where I can find the sheet music for the J S Bach Concerto for Oboe and Violin? (Orchestral parts not necessary; a piano accompaniment is fine). We've tried libraries, oboeist friends and ...