A fringe show with fire and stilts and big masks that Kaela's going to, but it's £12 and I was dithering too much.
 I optimistically suggested me and Nik go to the Forbidden City exhibition as he has time off work. I still want to see it, though.
So, I have been doing minor useful things and having a bit of a stocktake of my life, instead.
Good things done this weekend:-
Whitby accommodation booked after much phoning round and being laughed at by booked up places.
Amsterdam flights booked.
In the process of trying to get Amsterdam hotel, somewhat peeved to discover that we'll be there at the same time as a major media conference. Bugger..
Bought a crinkly black skirt and a red top and a purple lycra top and a gorgeous purple velvet top for a total of £13 in charity shops.
Bought elastic and black dye to try to renovate old clothes instead of buying new ones. It is possible that these last two items should have been done the other way around, but it is a very nice purple velvet top.
Dyed old greying tiered skirt back to black with great success. This involved taking everything out of my wardrobe in order to find said skirt, finding I didn't have enough salt, having a shower so I could go to Somerfield to buy salt, buying some other food I needed while I was at it and then dying the skirt.
Sorting, admiring, working out what needed mending ironing etc and then tidying the entire contents of my wardrobe which had inexplicably ended up on the floor.
Tidied my room to a state of actual tidiness, including the obviously essential task of clearing a spare drawer to store temporary tattoos, body paint, false eyelashes and bhindis. (It is quite a little drawer, honest.)
Borrowed mini UV lamp off Nik so I can test things for UV-reactivity and hence make pretty things for clubs without wasting too much money on them. Also helps to check UV reactive nail varnish before going out, as it can look incredibly blotchy and get all over your hands otherwise.
Hung out clothes and did a bunch of handwashing. Have now cleaned most of what I wore to BiCon.
I realise that this is mostly vanity related. I may have to become more of a slob...