Gerrard Street, two hours after all the Chinese New Year festivities had finished. See, I told you it was crowded.
Live at the Borderline in London, with his pal Mr Lonely on keyboards.
Celebrating the Year of the Pig in Leicester Square.
Chinese New Year in London's Chinatown is now SOUL-DESTROYINGLY HORRIBLE, thanks to over-zealous crowd control that crams far too many people into a pedestrian one-way system that's almost impossible to get out of. Still, the fireworks are cool.
The Black Swan pub (aka the Dirty Duck) in Stratford-Upon-Avon is traditionally where the Royal Shakespeare Company goes to unwind after a hard day's acting. I'd assumed it was a tradition that wouldn't apply to the visiting cast of the Arabic Richard III update. Guess I was wrong.
Spotted on the way back from seeing gay comic Scott Capurro
at the Soho Theatre, which probably explains why it caught my attention.
Sea Life Centre, Brighton. (Does this violate the Moblog Ts & Cs? Apologies if it does.)
Unfortunately we left Brighton a few days before Fatboy Slim's New Year's Day gig, so this is the closest we came to it.