“Snakes alive! I made a fire work display in a smoking carriage”
Marcia performed in her furball, after a brief introduction, to the accompaniment of music by Sam Willan (Drums) and Pete Fraser (Saxophone). She was then led off the stage by J. Maizlish.
Marcia Farquhar will be riding a life-size rocking horse across Tatton Park. This belated fulfillment of childhood wishes promises to deliver the full measure of oddly retarded adult behaviour, as the rider discusses equine matters, the role of the horse in the English psyche and the place of the young female rider from Freud to Thelwell.
This is a feminist work. It is not sanitised. Both Judy and the baby die.