Yes, it is a beautiful day in Folkestone, one of those of which H.G.Wells wrote :
It was one of those…clear days that Folkestone sees so much of- every colour incredibly bright and every outline hard.
(In case you are thinking it especially bright of me to have such a quotation to hand, I must point out that it is on a sign that I have seen a couple of hundred times since I came to Folkestone.)
I had the treat last evening of seeing the great Paul Cheneour perform at the Cheriton Light Festival. I found him in a cafe trying to warm his fingers. Paul plays the flute, and the stage was outside, in the chilly wind! I was delighted that he managed to loosen his frozen fingers, as the music was terrific.
Nothing doing this week, but next week I shall be with Dover Tales on Monday March 7th (8pm at The Louis Armstrong, Maison Dieu Road, Dover) and at Kipps’ Alehouse (top of Old High Street, Folkestone) on Wednesday March 9th for the ‘7th Wonder Jam and Poetry Night’. 8pm
http://dovertales.co.uk Kipps’ Alehouse is on Facebook