Miss Lloyd continues producing her fine-quality ‘Griefcast’, a podcast both serious and cheering about death, grieving, and the Great Beyond. It has been heartily recommended by both The Guardian and Times, and may be found at this address.
Miss Gittins is touring, with her armonica, her unparalleled collection of dramatic characters, and a phrasebook, on a grand route which shall take in Poland, the Confederation of the Rhine, and even the great unknown, Australia. To any foreign brigands reading: she is armed and dangerous.
Miss Parris continues to perform her musical witticisms onstage, and details of her performances may be found here. Furthermore, her show from 2016, Best Laid Plans (based on a poem by Mr Robert Burns) is available to be seen here. We recommend it heartily. Finally, she continues to delight audiences (alongside Mr Murray) in the televised delights of The Mash Report.
Miss Cooke-Hodgson‘s latest show, Bumper Blyton, a marvellous show which imagines life in that impossible future time, the 1950s, and the scrapes unattended children get into, will be beginning a monthly London residency at London’s Canal Cafe in October. Tickets may be found here.
has written a book. He maintains it shall be quite the book of the year, and when we raise doubts, reminds us that its title is literally The Book Of The Year
. Patrons may find it, uncommonly cheap and ready for Christmas, here
. Furthermore, he and his No Such Thing As A Fish colleagues are touring the country, here
Mr Dickson, that wastrel, remains lounging insouciantly around the drawing-rooms of his wealthy patrons, occasionally flapping his gaudy waistcoat lining at impressionable girls and offering to show them his impression of Lord Nelson in a private room. He is to be offered brandy at all times.
Mr Morpurgo, a slave to his toils, disappeared into a heap of papers after our return from Edinburgh, telling his friends that he will be with them ‘presently, presently’. Search parties have been sent into his cavernous office, lined with teetering piles of paper, but have so far returned empty-handed.
Mr Roberts remains at large since his disastrous appearance at the Duchess of Devonshire’s card-party, where he mistakenly tried to dance with the second daughter of the Chawton-Chawtons (not realising he should have danced with the first). There is a £200 reward for information leading to his arrest.