Thursday, July 03, 2014
3rd July 2014
To start of this blog entry on the business side have nearly finished by ECDL Level 3 word processing, hopefully will be doing test in the next week. Watching tennis at Wimbledon at Strike Towers has not been my only activity in the last week. I travelled up to Greenwich, London last Friday to be a member of the audience for the pilot episode of a computer game review show called We Got Game, hosted by avid computer game lovers the actors/ presenters Matt Littler and Darren Jeffries. It was filmed in an intresting former Spice Warehouse not far from Greenwich Station, and it was a great fun day meeting and chatting to audience members, camera crew, hosts and the presence of the lovely Amy Willerton made the day even better, did not quite get her number though (bugger lol). It was a great experience seeing how a tv show is filmed with the cuts, filming alternative scenes etc being at the studios all day, the hosts interested in my knowledge of things and yes my use of the English language. Good luck to the We Got Game UK gang hopefully will be coming to a tv or online channel near you!
Tennis has brought mixed fortunes with the demise of Andy Murray at Wimbledon though getting further than the England football team, but Eugenie Bouchard has certainly been a player I have enjoyed watching with the young Canadian in the Wimbledon final the first lady from her nation to ever reach a Grand Slam final, though has got a tough match against Petra Kvitova though has got backing from the people of Scott McCarthy PLC can't go wrong there!
Finally a bit mixed about the news of the end of the Zap/ Digital Nightclub in Brighton a place I visited a few times though after encountering an arsey bouncer when on night out with Ben Miller (the local Brighton journalist not that unknown actor/ comedian) I stopped going there, but does mean for us ravers only a choice of Audio, Concorde 2 or Volks, talking of which I have not been to those places for a while, though have to go for night out there soon before they disappear!