I was wearing ‘Secret Bunnies’, the Bard behind me is made out of lego pieces.


Getting back to the point I enjoyed my evening with the Bard at the RSC watching a delightful performance of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.

18 Comments CherryPie on Feb 16th 2024

18 Responses to “An Evening with the Bard”

  1. Hels says:

    That is an amazing image of Shakespeare. I am amazed that lego pieces are that adaptable.

  2. So glad you enjoyed. I haven’t been to the RSC for years. My son used to be Arts Editor for a local paper and used to get press tickets but in those days RSC was closed for renovations and most performances were at The Courtyard which was a lovely theatre. We did get to go to a few plays though at the RSC when it re-opened.

    • CherryPie says:

      I loved the RSC theatre experience, the perfomance is not on stage but in the middle of the audiance. The audiance feels part of the experience.

  3. Shabana says:

    you look stunning and cheerful :)

    the bard is amazing
    i am happy you enjoyed the play dear Cheri
    best wishes for days ahead

  4. lowcarbdiabeticJan says:

    You look very nice.

    How amazing to the Bard is made from Lego bricks.

    All the best Jan


  5. lowcarbdiabeticJan says:

    You look very nice.

    How amazing the Bard is made from Lego bricks.

    All the best Jan


  6. I might go to Stratford this summer.
    Planning to see all Shakespeare family homes.
    Did you visit any of them?

    • CherryPie says:

      Only Shakespeare’s House the others were closed on my visit which was late in the season.

      My recent planned visit was cancelled because my mum became ill. But the houses would have been closed because it is too early in the season.

  7. Chrystal Chaplow says:

    That’s amazing, it looks like a mosaic!

    And you’re amazing, Cherie! xo

    Sounds like you and Mr. C enjoyed your Valentine’s outting :)

    But please do enlighten me, what are “secret bunnies?” :)

    I just started rereading after receiving my new laptop, maybe there’s something in a prior post; or is it a UK thing, or maybe a Cherie and Mr. C colloquialism? :)

    I hope your mum is better now? :(

    Love you …

    • CherryPie says:

      Mum was very poorly this time. Worse than the last time but she is back home now. I just worry about the next time she has her routine cancer check…

      The ’secret bunnies’ refer to the tights I am wearing. They make me smile every time I wear them :-)


      I love it that you are the only person who asked what I meant. I am sure others were curious too, but too scared to ask LOL.

      The mosaic is made out of Lego bricks :-)

      • Chrystal Chaplow says:

        Ha! Oh, how fun, I LOVE those! Hey, I want some secret bunnies, too!

        After seeing the hearts stockings from Valentine’s Day, I wondered if they were the stockings, but I looked there, looking for some trace of hidden bunnies in the stocking design, but I didn’t see any. NOW I get it, the “secret bunnies” are up a bit higher from view, oh la la :)

        (All of that sounds totally weird of me to say, until you click the link you gave lol.)

        Well, leave it to the tactless, overly-direct American girl to risk making an idiot of herself to find the answer lol :)

        You’re welcome, anyone else who was wondering? lol ;)

        • CherryPie says:

          I don’t think you asking was tactless, just curious. I am sure I would have said something if someone else had made a comment about ’secret bunnies’.

          Snag tights do have an American webstore but the secret bunnies were one of last years Easter designs and are no longer available.