Another plug for an upcoming theatrical production - this week in fact. I am on stage with Swaffham Bulbeck Summer Theatre in Gilbert & Sullivan's Utopia Limited. Quite appropriate for this blog as it features a chorus about the Joint Stock Companies Act of 1862, and various other numbers satirising Victorian commerce. This includes a decidedly shady company promoter who gives the following advice for corporate failure
But the Liquidators say,
"Never mind - you needn't pay,"
So you start another Company tomorrow!
This production is in a theatre created in a 19th century grain barn on the edge of the fens - a memorable setting. Oh and once again I get to wear a sword!