The Red Room
This week, we discussed our attempts at dancing the bolero, our amusement at posh wee west-end weans, and the inherent pastoral charm of the vegetable patch. We also discussed Jenny's incredible cake-baking skills, Thom's terrible cookie-baking skills, and the trials of struggling with large amounts of chocolate as an adult.
We discussed the recent events surrounding National Collective, Ian Taylor's dirty #donorgate money, and the baffling lack of Union-based grassroots campaigns. We also discussed our happiness with Glasgow's anti-Bedroom Tax and anti-Trident marches, as well as its recent George Square Thatcher death party.
We discussed our current obsessions with the TV shows Moomin and Star Trek: The Next Generation, our recent visit to the People's Palace, and the odd phenomenon of sleep threats. We also discussed the annoyance of being repeatedly and pointlessly woken up, our newfound passion for embroidery, and some of the more colourful insults directed towards Beethoven during his life.
We reviewed the films Wake in Fright (1971), In the Realm of the Senses (1976), Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986), and Love Exposure (2008), as well as the Citizens Theatre's production of Doctor Faustus and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra's performance of Act 3 of Tristan and Isolde by Richard Wagner at the City Halls.18:05 - 20:00