Charon goes to jazz at The Bollo…

As I seem to spend a fair bit of my leisure (and thinking) time at The Bollo, I decided to take my television camera along to give you an insight into what The Bollo looks like. It is a Sunday. The doors have just opened and, as usual, I fall through the door. I did a bit of location filming – the conditions were very bright sunlight and the punters had not arrived yet in their droves… but no matter. Kelly Dickson, a very talented jazz singer, was singing. Quite a few punters on Sundays bring their children. Children cry, scream, run about and make a nuisance of themselves. I had to replace the soundtrack from the film – but… with a much better soundtrack: Kelly Dickson singing ‘Close your eyes’ from her latest album Vocal Point. Kelly Dickson’s website is worth a visit

Watch “Charon goes to The Bollo – The Movie”
(It is a .mov format so should play in Quicktime and Windows.)

A bit of a departure from podcasts… and I may well do more roving reports with the camera. Coming up on Weekend Review this weekend – Peter Groves on copyright – Geeklawyer, Carl Gardner and I discuss events of momentous importance from the news of last week and… more… who knows? It has happened yet.

8 thoughts on “Charon goes to jazz at The Bollo…

  1. LawMinx… the Bollo is many things… but… Port Out Starboard Home… it ain’t. it is a pub that has turned into a gastro pub… with a bit of inspired binge-drinking on Fridays / Saturdays.

    I have, as it happens, just returned from there about ten minutes ago…. a most enjoyable evening … and I even brought the bottle back with me… The Freedom of Information Act does not require me to reveal commercially sensitive information, even if as a figment of imagination I was subject to it, so I will refrain from revealing which bottle.

    Lo-Fi… lingering shots of the Bar?…. or are you talking about the guys behind the bar?

    I thought the low angle shot to open was reasonably effective…. I may even award myself an award… again….

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