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Jesric Underdone | 14:25 UK time, Wednesday, 3 March 2010


JesricAll 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.)

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Keep an eye on your tesselator tomorrow for another Jinsy Report. In the meantime, why not watch This is Jinsy on iPlayer?



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