The blokes we were already familiar with got even shiftier, not least Ian Winterman (a brilliantly nuanced performance from Charlie Higson) who revealed that he had drunk so much tequila that he blacked out.Then he woke up, guess where - by the lake of doom. If I was going to confide in anyone, it would not be Jim “massive box of Durex” Atwood (Mark Bazeley) who definitely has a few secrets hiding in that garage.Away from the party guest list, Michael Lucas (Deon Lee-Williams) was, we learnt, stepson of not-so-truthful cabbie Clive Lucas and also Tom Miller’s porn-watching pal.A dark stretch, but could the young boy have acted out something he’d seen online?
Images of Mary Magdalene regularly showed her contemplating a skull.Neil records what he describes as 'Arabic flamenco nonsense vocals' for the track 'The Day Before Tomorrow,' which ultimately evolves into 'God Willing.' The first of no fewer than eight performances over the course of the next week-and-a-half by the Pet Shop Boys and Take That at the Manchester Stadium. Following a sell-out run of UK shows earlier this year, Pet Shop Boys return to play two additional dates at the Winter Gardens Empress Ballroom, Blackpool & Nottingham Arena.Don't miss their critically acclaimed #SUPERTour shows on the 21-22nd of June.The contrast between Yorick as "a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy" and his grim remains is a variation on the theme of earthly vanity (cf.Vanitas): death being unavoidable, the things of this life are inconsequential.