Good evening wherever you are (even if it's morning). Today was the world premiere of the movie 'Far From The Madding Crowd', the third event in four days after The Olivier Awards on Sunday, the Premiere of A Little Chaos on Monday.
For this one, the sky was blue, and the weather was so warm that Nationail Rail claimed 'the wrong kind of heat' was to blame for numerous train delays. Which if this was Australia or Egypt might have sounded harrowing, but it was f--king 26 degrees Celsius. Some moron at National Rail literally explained that rails that are left exposed to the elements (all year round?) can legitimately be affected by 'the wrong kind of heat' at 26 degrees and sunshine. 21st Century, huh? Yeah... my horse refuses to leave its stable once it gets above twenty degrees in London, and my chamberpot hasn't been emptied in weeks.
Anyway, a premiere you say? Here's how it went down:
So... that was another London event. There's two tomorrow, and a BIG one next week, and then my regularly scheduled programme of abject boredom will continue, until I can finally decide that I want to write that self-help book I've been sitting on for much of the past 18mths. But until I get around to that, it's at least another entry for my "Archive of Movie Premieres"
Until next time!