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Raylenth    2,645

I won't be dressing up Maggie but it will be fun to see what people do.

 

Sunday night should be fairly easy as it's just a dressing gown over whatever else you want to wear but there are a few different options for the other parties.

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Zonky    207

Also, for the Saturday fortunately I'm still holding on to my goth days so have quite a few corsets and ye olde ruffled skirts kicking around the house, that could do for the Victorian theme.

 

Friday i'm slightly stumped. I'm also very aware that what i'm wearing I will also have on at the drinks receptions with the guests and I dont want to look like a pillock :poki:

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Zonky    207

I have something in mind but will have to drop another stone before contemplating buying it!

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evilfairie    289

Bouncy castle!!Bouncy castle!!Bouncy castle!!Bouncy castle!!Bouncy castle!!

Alcohol and a bouncy castle, what could possibly go wrong? lol

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Raylenth    2,645

First aiders on standby.  At least it's the hospital night so there will be plenty of people dressed up as doctors who can leap into action right?

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Raylenth    2,645
32 minutes ago, The Pink Lady said:

Still not decided about dressing up, though I do quite fancy the Victorian Gothic idea. Corsets ahoy! 

Do it.  I'll be the odd one out.

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The Pink Lady    306
9 minutes ago, Raylenth said:

Do it.  I'll be the odd one out.

 

Aww, I don't want you to be left out! I can bring you a mob cap and we can give you some smeared lipstick. Any good? :huh:

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Raylenth    2,645
3 minutes ago, The Pink Lady said:

 

Aww, I don't want you to be left out! I can bring you a mob cap and we can give you some smeared lipstick. Any good? :huh:

Lol, that's ok, I can be the boring friend who sits there refusing to have any fun.  Either that or I can get this for Friday

Childrens Kids Medical Case Kit Set Doctor Nurse Dress Up Role Play Fun Toy Gift

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The Pink Lady    306

You won't be boring even if you don't dress up!! 

 

But you absolutely have to bring that kit on Friday. If certain guests turn up then you might want to use it on them (ahem) or alternatively, need to use it on fainting attendees... Either way, you'll be popular!

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Raylenth    2,645
23 minutes ago, The Pink Lady said:

 

Aww, I don't want you to be left out! I can bring you a mob cap and we can give you some smeared lipstick. Any good? :huh:

Do you think I could pull this off then?

Image result for the abominable bride episode

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The Pink Lady    306

Only if you really practice your "deranged stare on a balcony".  I have every confidence in your abilities. 

Fun fact: this scene was filmed at a building on Queen Square in Bristol, opposite my office. However, the people below in the street were in fact on a street in Bath. 

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The Pink Lady    306

Sadly I was at home in bed with bronchitis, and it was mid-January and below freezing, so despite knowing they were there - the scenes with Sherlock and John in the carriage were filmed by them going round and round Queen Square - I couldn't be! But I was directing all my colleagues using info from Twitter, and they were able to take turns going out to watch. The morgue was in the basement of the Colston Hall, our big music venue, and the street scene where the 221B set was set up was King Street, which runs behind the building Natasha is in in your pic. She shot her husband just outside the Central Library, along from the front of the Cathedral! 

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Raylenth    2,645
34 minutes ago, The Pink Lady said:

Sadly I was at home in bed with bronchitis, and it was mid-January and below freezing, so despite knowing they were there - the scenes with Sherlock and John in the carriage were filmed by them going round and round Queen Square - I couldn't be! But I was directing all my colleagues using info from Twitter, and they were able to take turns going out to watch. The morgue was in the basement of the Colston Hall, our big music venue, and the street scene where the 221B set was set up was King Street, which runs behind the building Natasha is in in your pic. She shot her husband just outside the Central Library, along from the front of the Cathedral! 

Curse the bronchitis!

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