Clifford Norgate...

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Clifford Norgate...

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Clifford Norgate (Hordriss)...

...has signed the wall in the theatre royal in norwich which we think means he sponsored it at some point or sponsored the building of it or something.

slightly pointless perhaps but it's my first contribution to the community in a long time so be impressed  :P
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Could it also be because he performed there?
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Maybe it's the work of an obsessed Knightmare fan ...
Oh look there's J.G. Ballard in a burnt-out fridge with a spitfire pilot.
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Do we know any?  ;D
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Posted on: Mar 4th, 2003, 12:39pm
Do we know any?  


Not around here, Malefact, don't know who you think we are, obsessives or something?  :D

I met Clifford one time a while back when he visited my school, and, I may be worng, but I believe he asked to view some of the RPG film clips [that were done one year ago] with me as Treguard and the rest of the cast in their illustrious roles.  Feel so wanted  :)
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*gritted teeth* I am jealous.
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Don't worry Malefact, the day I actually get to see my own work will be the day when I will be far happier  ;D
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How do you mean?
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Here are some recent photos of Clifford reading to schoolchildren in Norfolk & Suffolk:
http://www.mundesleyjuniorschool.com/Ho ... PA/cn1.jpg
http://www.mundesleyjuniorschool.com/Ho ... PA/cn2.jpg
http://www.finboroughschool.co.uk/news/ ... r-296.html

And more photos from his visits in previous years:
http://www.finboroughschool.co.uk/news/ ... r-206.html
http://www.finboroughschool.co.uk/news/ ... y-124.html
http://www.finboroughschool.co.uk/news/ ... ns-53.html

How lucky are those kids?! (And doesn't it make you feel old, seeing the line "Some parents may remember the children's television fantasy game from the 1980's and 90's called 'Knightmare'...")
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Has no such effect on me. I feel old all the time anyway.
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