UPDATE!!! UPDATE!!! UPDATE!!!
Yesterday, I posted a list of my five favourite things at Glastonbury 2014.
Item number five in that list was a moving tribute triptych of Rik Mayall.
I was brazen enough to talk about this tribute without including a single photo. That’s how little I respect my readership.
But UPDATE!!! UPDATE!!! UPDATE!!!
Now I have a photo! Along with a bonus photo of a bonus Glastonbury Rik Mayall Tribute Mural!
Earlier this week I got back from my sixth Glastonbury Festival.
The annual Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts is a big deal for me. As I explain over on FCK LDN, I love the darn thing so much that I’ve started to feel strangely Christmassy about the whole ruddy ordeal.
Now, I’ve already done the emotional gushing over there, so I’ll use this space to list the five best things I saw at Glastonbury 2014.
With the benefit of hindsight, I should perhaps have used my own personal blog to share the above personal ruminations, instead writing this here “review” for FCK LDN. But this gloomy place has been dormant for months now, and it could do with a bit of cheering up.
So here we go. Live on Lord Gloom, a list of the five best things at Glastonbury 2014. They’re in ascending order! I think.