I was born in hoxton in 1950 when i was 8 i used to go to hoxton hall it was called may scotts at the time i took my little sister there upstairs and we used to bake scones with may and her sister.
im sure the theatre was haunted there was only 4 of us
and doors would shut on there own leading out to the stage at the time it could have been a good idea to write a play the hoxton ghost but i never got round to doing that
what wonderful times we had there running home telling mum and dad tomorrow we are going to find the hoxton ghost.
i appeared on the stage when i was ten a nativity play i was put in a empty potato sack crawled up and some fat kid sat on me no oscars awarded in them days
o happy days
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