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{J f, 2006}   I’m moving!

Yup it’s true. I’m packing my bags and moving on. The good news is you’re all invited! Lots of people have been posting recently and most of the feedback (unless you’re into amdram…in all senses of the word) is really positive.

So I’ve decided to move to a host with a bit more freedom in the types of material I can post. It’s sooooooooooo exciting.

This will be my last post here but you can find all the old stuff and ALL THE NEW STUFF such as videos, mp3s at www.iomcandy.com

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GigsOooooooooooooooooh!  I’m so excited.  The Pistols are playing The Office on 16 September.  It’s not the real Sex Pistols, obviously.

But they are a damned good tribute band from London.  And at only £7.50 it’s very good value for an excellent night out!

The warm up act is Shaun Hogg who supposedly is into punk and ska, but I have to admit, I’ve not heard of him.  Has anyone out there?



An young actor from Peel has been cast in the Briitsh movie Risen, the story of boxing legend Howard Winstone.  He lost his fingers (gross!) and still went on to win a whole bunch of major boxing titles.  John Noble and Stuart Brennen also star in the movie which is  filming in south Wales.Grainne Joughin

Grainne Joughin went to school at Queen Elizabeth II High School and hung out at the Manx Multimedia Centre.  Since then she’s worked in the theatre, on TV and in films.   

Grainne was quoted in the local paper, “This is a really big role for me, and it was quite daunting on the first day, stepping onto the set, and it’s just wow.”

I couldn’t have said it better myself!  We are all soooooooo proud of you Grainne.



An young actor from Peel has been cast in the Briitsh movie Risen, the story of boxing legend Howard Winstone.  He lost his fingers (gross!) and still went on to win a whole bunch of major boxing titles.  John Noble and Stuart Brennen also star in the movie which is  filming in south Wales.Grainne Joughin

Grainne Joughin went to school at Queen Elizabeth II High School and hung out at the Manx Multimedia Centre.  Since then she’s worked in the theatre, on TV and in films.   

Grainne was quoted in the local paper, “This is a really big role for me, and it was quite daunting on the first day, stepping onto the set, and it’s just wow.”

I couldn’t have said it better myself!  We are all soooooooo proud of you Grainne.



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