Jinsy Report #3
All this week on Jinsy it's 'Yeller-fest', where meal paks purchased through tessellators cost only 1 YELLOW! An exhibition of Olde Food is on display at the Gilolay Bookery, where residents can sample foods from the past, including a bit of toast left over from the signing of the Parish Charter, half a sausage, thought to have belonged to writer and critic Copey Fordd, and a smear of cheese found under the left armpit of the statue of Candi Wren, the island's first erotic mime act.
Tonight at the Dramabarn there's a solo performance by Miss Pre of her new 12-hour musical A Woman's Fork, which charts the story of a lady who opens a small eaterie which serves light snacks and homemade refreshments.
The show contains full frontal nudity, swearing, relentless flashing lights and audience participation. (No need to book.)
Keep an eye on your tesselator tomorrow for another Jinsy Report. In the meantime, why not watch This is Jinsy on iPlayer?