Joined: Fri Aug 18, 2006 9:49 pm Posts: 2735 Location: Riding into the sunset on Che
Under the sticks wrote:
It`s part of the club`s new `Educate an oick` initiative......the idea is that those ghastly visiting northern types leave the capital slightly more cultured than when they arrived. Could be the high spot of the day.
Welcome Quins Kitties born 02.04.09 - Purdo - Determined, loveable with a "can-do" attitude. A born leader. Louie - Big, white and fluffy. A very noisy prop forward. Harley- Cute and gorgeous (just like our no.9) Well, I couldn't call her Chad, could I? Update on Quins Mogs :- Purdo - deffo leader amongst Mogs. The Capo. Louie - turned out to be more like Louie Spence than LMS. Re-named Judas. Harley - Cute but not as gorgeous as our no.9. Oh well, at least I haven't got a Willy.
The tie-up between the club's dance department or whatever it's called and a ballet company, English National, I think, was announced months ago, maybe even last season and it was then said that there'd be a performance or two at The Stoop.
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