Bad timing Al. I had a meal there last month when Mrs Musket and I had a walking holiday with the alleged greyhound in Dorset last month.
We stayed at Whatsit St Andrews and coincidentally visited Mrs Musket's Aunty in Wimborne.
You and I both played the 'cow in Mansfield years ago. Bibliography was something practiced elsewhere back in those days.
By the way, whoever mentioned Les Barker. Yeah, poets can use notes. So can musicians but either way, poets aren't trying to concentrate on tune and often accompaniment whilst reading.
Before Les started resorting to scripts, presumably after he stopped having a dog to prompt him, he once, without cribsheet, chased the first Mrs Musket round the stage and rest of a marquee with a cucumber.