Saturday was a good, relaxing day. I went busking with the Oxford Singers, singing a capella in the middle of Cormarket Street to raise money for leukemia research. It was fun, but I only had time for one set. The picture is of a group who performed after us, and were significantly more talented. I left the Singers with my friend Holly, and we met our friends Cari and Leeza. The four of us took a bus to the Kilns, the home of C.S. Lewis in Oxford. We had a private tour from a very nice elderly man who had met Lewis and the family. It was fun. I went back and after shopping a bit, went to a play at the Oxford Playhouse. The play was Clytemnestra: which was Aeschylus's Libation Bearers performed in Ancient Greek (with translations on the side) but with a completely Japanese Noh theatre aesthetic. It was very interesting, though quite confusing at times.
Today was an all-day rehearsal at Lady Margaret Hall, where my play is performing. I am excited about the production, it's coming together, though will it be ready by Wednesday...? Hopefully yes. This was the beginning of Tech Week, or Hell Week as we call it in the States. Long rehearsals every day until opening, which is Wednesday!