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Breadboy: Teenage Kicks and Tatey Bread - What Paperboy Did Next

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I wanted to listen to ABBA’s Arrival album on the stereogram in the sitting room and stare at Agnetha in a white jumpsuit beside a helicopter on the cover. Tony Macaulay is a bestselling author, leadership consultant, peacebuilder, broadcaster and suicide prevention advocate from Northern Ireland. In 2016 Tony was asked to present the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Awards to young people from Northern Ireland on behalf of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. The Breadboy keeps bread fresh with the use of it Wesco's unique back ventilation holes that allows for air circulation. But on other occasions I was bored rigid when he repeated for the millionth time the same story about Mrs Piper’s affair with a man from a gospel hall up the Newtownards Road ‘and her that good livin’ and all’.

The diesel engine made a clattery purr as loud as any bin lorry and certainly noisier than the lemonade van. The King is dead - and even Big Duff, the hardest loyalist hard man on the whole estate has been seen to shed a tear.And all of this under cover and protected from the ever-present Belfast rain and the odd stone or brick outside. No one in Belfast could survive without the sustenance of a sliced white pan loaf and a ready supply of potato bread. Macaulay's equally insightful second autobiographical volume, Breadboy, has now become another slice of music theatre, premiered after a Covid delay at The Lyric Theatre, but partly because the material is more complicated, it hasn't translated so well. There were mouthwatering delights from floor to ceiling, apart from at the entrance to the driver’s cab and a small window at the back. Following my appointment to the post of breadboy the first major challenge was to waken up in time to do the job.

On these mornings I would be wakened by the sound of a distant and dreamy diddledee ding, diddledee ding, diddledee ding.Although Leslie was almost completely without sin, he did have one serious weakness – he loved a good gossip almost as much as Big Aggie in our street. We’d love to see young people who can sing, dance and act and the roles will be cast depending on their strengths.

The day I met Juvens in Kigali I had been visiting his country to learn about the incredible work of reconciliation since the genocide in 1994, when a million people were killed in a hundred days. British Music Youth Theatre is on the look-out for someone to play the lead role as well as other parts and Macaulay says he hopes a raw talent from the area he grew up in makes use of the golden opportunity. He had thin brown hair combed to the side with Brylcreem and very clear white skin and rosy cheeks like a Free Presbyterian.The Bee Gees fill the airwaves, there's Smash and fishfingers on the table for tea, and Tony's love of peace and pets is soon rivalled by his interest in parallel universes and punk . Unlike me, after my only bottle of Brut aftershave had run out, it never smelt bad on a Saturday morning. Constructed from power-coated metal, with chrome handle and feet to give an accent, the lid and base overlap securely ensuring hygienic storage and the hinged lid lifts easily. Have had a silver one of these for years - following a kitchen upgrade thought I'd brighten things a bit with a lime green one.

At least my paperboy shifts had been during waking hours, even if I had often delivered my forty-eight Belfast Telegraphs in the early evening darkness. He took a Sunday School class, taught the Bible to the Boys’ Brigade on a Sunday morning (even when some of the boys were still hung-over from a bottle of Mundies up an entry the night before) and he looked after all the money in the church.Following the smash-hit musical Paperboy that had 2 sell-out runs at the Lyric Theatre Belfast in 2019 and 2018, this new witty, heart-warming show will explore Tony Macaulay's second memoir Breadboy. Our city was more divided than ever and yet we were completely united in our love for the humble soda farl. There was tragedy - Mr Oliver's death, slightly lost in the action onstage - and there was naturally comedy too as Macaulay has a gift for observational humour. He is from an ordinary family who have decent values and have given their children a sense of Christianity ,self worth,good humour and hard work.

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