Jersey States' very own living dramatist is interviewed here - one act only of about 12 minutes - and reveals his starring role in next Tuesday's all glitter performance as Chair of PPC presenting the will of the people to their elected representatives.
In fact Constable Crowcroft would probably prefer having a starring role in Hamlet or to be the body on the floor in the Agatha Christie melodrama but history has cast him in this rather conflicted part. Whatever happens he is unlikely to win any awards.
We watched him today at the PPC dress rehearsal that was in part open to the public.
His co participants being Senators Bailhache and Ferguson, Constable Norman and Deputies Martin and Tadier together with a Deputy Greffier and a few other bit-part players.
It was all a bit lack lustre amd hardly raised expectations of anything very startling happening in the States' Assembly when the full 51 elected players deliver their well rehearsed speeches and strut their finest stuff....
If the temperature outside rises the gents jackets may well come off but we don't anticipate that the discussions will stimulate anything new or that has not already been considered many times before over the years...
The gremlins are still preventing correction of typos and the cursor is inoperative - anybody with a suggested cure please make contact please...IT is not the strong point around these parts.