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There'll be bunting across the breezeblocks as Home Live Art's "gloriously unconventional event" transforms London's South Bank with gingham tablecloths, stripy market stalls and even a "village green".
The former auto-parts salesman, who started selling mobile phones a couple of decades ago--when they were closer to the size of breezeblocks than credit cards--has upped the ante following The Caudwell Group's sunnier-than-expected performance in 2005.
They worked together on classic plays and on new plays about estates and breezeblocks, plays that meant something to the community.
The contrast to the night before, when we enjoyed hunks of meat the size of breezeblocks at one of Buenos Aires's famous parrillas - traditional restaurants where pretty much every part of the cow meets its fate on a grill - couldn't have been more marked.
The injury to King Pantsil was the real coup de grâce, the great man taken off with concussion having successfully obliterated 12 breezeblocks with his scalp on the touchline in an initially successful Haka-esque display of intimidating power.