Watching over the Town

A Very Musical Chair

This Very Musical Chair was, and probably still is, in the oldest surviving Music Hall IN THE WORLD.     I discovered  Glasgow’s Britannia Panopticon Music Hall a couple of years before I left Glasgow. It is being painstakingly restored by enthusiasts who also put on regular Saturday afternoon shows in true Music Hall tradition to Read more about A Very Musical Chair[…]

Feet of Clay

Feet of Clay   I saw these large stone feet on the grass in a park in Glasgow. They have no ankles or heels, nor are they attached to legs. They have no plaque beside them with the name of the sculptor and no description/explanation.   What are they for? What do they signify? Why Read more about Feet of Clay[…]

Steps and Stairs

Here are some pictures of Steps and Stairs for this week’s CFFC . I hope you like my selection. (I don’t think I have any pictures ladders, so I’ve shortened the title and omitted that part). This first one was taken using my iPhone last week on a visit to the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester: Read more about Steps and Stairs[…]

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