Friday, 29 July 2011

Nadine & Stacey at Kwik-Fit Camden, saved our bacon by repairing a puncture & teaching son Charles how to be a mechanic. Many thanks to both
@RitzyCinema staff lovely after such a long time away, wonderful to son Charles, he really enjoyed Cars 2 in 3D. Thanks to Tess, Amy & James

Thursday, 28 July 2011

Son, Charles Atherton-Laurie has amazing Birthday picnic on Primrose Hill, thanks to the generosity of my friends who graciously turned up.
Son, Charles Atherton-Laurie surprises me by making fresh fruit salad for breakfast, then prepares a picnic lunch - could get used to this!
Son Charles Atherton-Laurie, cooks me an amazing dinner of Thai Chicken Stir Fry, Fine egg Noodles all topped with Scrambled Egg - delicious
Son Charles Atherton-Laurie unimpressed by PC Cross for pursuing us with flashing lights & sirens for what turned out to be a computer error

Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Son, Charles Atherton-Laurie had same reaction to me to 5 Storey, 1 product sweetshop that is M&M World, Leicester Square- What's the point?

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Son, Charles Atherton-Laurie loved David Tennant & Catherine Tate in "Much Ado About Nothing" at the Wyndham Theatre. Stunning performances!

Monday, 25 July 2011

Son, Charles Atherton-Laurie did excellent job of Go-Karting at Playscape racing in Streatham. HIs usual luck, not another sole on the track
Son, Charles Atherton-Laurie, arrives in London & has is first ever Vegan meal (lasagne) at In Spiral Cafe, Camden, thanks Caroline Heatlie.
I know so many people going to the Secret Garden Party this weekend it surely cannot be a secret. Going next year - not to feel left out.

Thursday, 21 July 2011

Excellent Interviews with Kate Hoey MP & Dr. Tony Sewell for the documentary film about the proposed free Michaela Community School, Lambeth

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Daniel Pagan at Post Production House LipSync, Soho, shows again, how industry rallies at short notice to help school work placement: Thanks

Monday, 18 July 2011

Lunch, with new producer & friend, Daniella Pellagrini at the River Terrace at BFI, she's definitely one to watch
National Portrait Gallery's exhibition "Glamour of the Gods" is worth a visit to see the importance of photography to the promotion of film

Saturday, 16 July 2011

Screen International reporter, Sarah Cooper, interviewed myself, Amanda Baker & Rhianna Pratchett about development of feature film Vigilia.

Thursday, 14 July 2011

Huge Happy 12th Birthday to son Charles Sebastian Atherton-Laurie. Enjoy cinema party at Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Pt. 2 tonight.
Pinewood Studios, Jette Cowan, Reaching4stars, supporting next generation into the industry by assisting my work placement student - thanks
Amazing support from composer Patrick Savage who came out to assist in educating a work placement student. Time & expertise, many thanks.
Uncertain about the Movieum on the Southbank. Interesting exhibits but not sure ticket price of £13.50 is warranted with so much advertising
The BFI Mediatheque current archives contains a documentary on the "free" School "Summerhill" enlightening watch

Monday, 11 July 2011

Meeting Raga Woods always re-ignites my faith in Human Beings, if we could only clone her to work in the Council?
If you manage to visit Ottolenghi's new restaurant in the West End, Nopi, don't miss best desert ever, Coffee pecan financier & Maple Cream!
Unimpressed with the winner of BP Portrait Awards at the National Portrait Gallery much preferred the runner up

Friday, 8 July 2011

Private viewing of photographer Duffy's work at the @IG_Gallery then drinks at L'Anima restaurant with (allegedly) the best bottom in London

Thursday, 7 July 2011

Councils treat their vulnerable atrociously. Julian Hall, Development Manager, at Lambeth Council, worst culprit?

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Finally, a good day, won a prize @TheBigSociety screening of "It's a Wonderful Life" & risk resulted in potentially life changing phone call

Monday, 4 July 2011

Wimbledon Tennis Final on a big screen on the Southbank with a great crowd - Nadal's loss made up by meeting Nicky & Nieve who led me astray

Sunday, 3 July 2011

James Corden put in a stunning performance in "One Man, Two Guvnors" at the National Theatre. Sold out for entire run - queue for returns!