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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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My room is all in boxes: I'm moving out. Been here in beautiful sunny Yorkshire for three years, now, and last night I had a final wander around my Estate. I'm going to miss it.

And I'm also going to miss being based in Moblog's second-strongest focal point and all you lovely phonecameristas that I've met along the way.

Updates to Light & Dark will probably get a little less frequent in the near future.

Laters.
23rd Jun 2006, 13:37   | tags:,,,,,,

seaneeboy says:

neeeeeel! Blimey! Where you off to?

Hope all is well and you ain't too much of a stranger!

23rd Jun 2006, 13:52

neel says:

Well, first of all it's back to Lancaster for wee rest, then it's this, that and whatever. And I'm very well, thanks seanee, if a little sad to be leaving.

And I will be back.

23rd Jun 2006, 14:00

Gael says:

lovely note to bow out on, all be it temporarily.
Enjoy the summer (BTW the Traverse is a very interesting wee theatre, I went to see The Seer there last week) I think I will try and make the Fringe next year, I was much more taken by Edinburgh this time - had always been a Glasgow girl in preference

23rd Jun 2006, 15:02

Geodyne says:

A lovely series of shots indeed.

So what should I be absolutely sure not to miss, if I happen to be in Edinburgh at that time?

23rd Jun 2006, 15:05

neel says:

Never really spent enough time in Glasgow to shake off the lingering dread, but I'm sure it's very nice if you like that sort of thing. I don't like the grid of the city centre, I think - Edinburgh has nicer geography.

Yep, the Trav is cool - we've done a couple of shows there i n the past and they turned out alright.

And this isn't an ending. It's a beginning.

23rd Jun 2006, 15:09

neel says:

Well, I'd obviously have to recommend at least two of my four shows, Stars at the Traverse and Radio at the (shudder) Underbelly. (Or a couple of others, if laughing at stuff is your idea of a good time.)

However, the thing that everybody needs to experience is The *Cosmic Family* Workshop-Seminar. It will actually change your life. Experienced it twice at NSDF and I am a much better person because of it.

Seriously. It's amazingly wonderful. If you are planning to see it I'd advise not looking at their website first, just so it's an even bigger brain-shock.

Seriously. Go and see it. Everyone.

Seriously.

23rd Jun 2006, 15:15

bronxelf says:

Best of all things to you. Neel. It was lovely meeting you when I was over, and I hope to do it again next time round.

Of course, you're always welcome here, as well.

23rd Jun 2006, 16:35

neel says:

Cheers, b'elf - it was great to meet you, too.

And this isn't a goodbye, y'know - I'm not going anywhere in Moblog terms, just in the real world, such as it is.

23rd Jun 2006, 16:40

FilbertFox says:

i am sure Wakefield will miss you. It was good to meet you the other week, don't stay away from Yorkshire too long.

23rd Jun 2006, 17:57

Steve says:

I am sure I will bump into you at some point

24th Jun 2006, 01:16

Viv says:

Know you'll enjoy the Fringe and being back in Edinburgh - hope all goes well with your future

6th Jul 2006, 19:27

neel says:

They ain't gonna know wot hit 'em!

6th Jul 2006, 23:08