A Grave Situation (1946)
It is good to finally have the support cushion back after being adapted, Richie will have to do a spot of remoulding under my left elbow but apart from that it’s good
Recently I have been concerned about the news that the Fijnout theatre is leaving due to cuts to their government subsidy and a hotel with disco will take it place.
I sent mails to 4 local newspapers, the Fijnout theatre, the Amsterdam council, a local neighbourhood website.
I have had responses from 3 newspapers that were most likely to have run the story, all 3 claim to have no knowledge of this happening.
The Fijnout does not know anything either, but why would they, they did know the name of the man who owns the building.
The council department that deals with planning applications knows nothing, so right now it seems to be just a rumour.
It feels great to hear from the newspapers and the council planning department as well as the Fijnout theatre have no knowledge.
As far as the Fijnthout theatre knows is that they have a rent contract until next July, one which they have every confidence they will get a new rental agreement.
I will check out a few more leads next week but right now it looks like it could be just a rumour, which would be great if true. l