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    Posts Tagged ‘theatre’

    Balls of Steel, and Rod of Iron

    Wednesday, December 19th, 2007

    November, 1856. “Are you comfortable?” chortled Silas Surprise, as he double-checked the locks on the box inside of which my lordly form was now contained. “I would be considerably more comfortable if I was not inside this box,” I ventured. “Ha! A commendable try, your lordship! Most commendable indeed! Alas, I am afraid you are […]

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    Wherein his lordship pumps a suspect for clues.

    Thursday, December 13th, 2007

    November, 1856. The first thing I noticed about Mr. Silas Surprise was the enormous size of his wand. I could not help but notice it, really. As Archie, the doctor and I entered Mr. Surprise’s dressing-room to confront him over our recent tussle with an alarmingly un-dead gentleman, we found the conjurer standing proudly next […]

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    The Horrifying Horror of the Undead Bounder

    Monday, December 10th, 2007

    November, 1856. When one dies, I firmly believe that one should stay dead. It is rather bad form to suddenly spring back to life, and considerably worse form still to then attempt to eat the brains of anyone else in the vicinity. People tend to frown upon such cannibalistic actions in polite society. Yet it […]

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    The mystery thickens, curdles and then goes off.

    Thursday, December 6th, 2007

    November, 1856.“Is there a doctor in the house?” I repeated to the crowd of stunned faces before me. No-one moved a muscle, until one rather plump woman stood up and pointed a shaking finger at the recently deceased fellow, lying in a pool of his own blood on the stage behind me, a solitary playing […]

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    In which an unfortunate fellow is slain by a King.

    Thursday, November 29th, 2007

    November, 1856. As I finally took my seat in the theatre’s auditorium, next to my man-servant Botter, the curtains rose on what was going to prove to be an unforgettable show – for all the wrong reasons. First on were the chorus girls, with whom I had already had the pleasure of acquainting myself with […]

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    Wherein his lordship takes a trip down Memory Lane, and vomits up some anecdotes.

    Monday, November 26th, 2007

    November, 1856. Needless to say, after being caught with his trousers around his ankles with a solitary playing card sticking out of his arse-crack, Archibald the Entirely Adequate looked more than slightly embarrassed, and less than entirely adequate. “And what is going on here?” I asked, with mock outrage in my voice. “Good heavens! Likely!” […]

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    A forced entrance, and an uncomfortable exit.

    Thursday, November 22nd, 2007

    November, 1856.Having rather skillfully and artfully negotiated my entrance into the theatre, I was feeling somewhat chipper, that is until my progress was once again impeded upon, this time by a rather old chap wearing a comically ill-fitting waistcoat. I regarded him with barely-concealed derision. “Good evening, sirs,” the fellow croaked. “Could I just see […]

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    In which his lordship hits the town – right in the balls.

    Monday, November 19th, 2007

    November 20th, 1856. It was a freezing cold, damp and drizzly November evening, and rather than being snugly ensconced in the warmth of my luxurious mansion, I was outside, standing in the rain, getting wetter and more irate with each passing second. “What in the name of blue-arsed buggery am I doing here?” I snapped […]

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    Lord Likely was a renowned member of the English aristocracy in the Victorian era. Tales of his exhilarating, enthralling and highly erotic exploits were legendary, but only now have his own, personal diaries resurfaced (found in a branch of Help the Aged in Swindon), shedding light on the life of this extraordinary eccentric.

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