Furthermore, I regret to reveal that the arty-farty
in question was Lorne Campbell, new artistic director of the Northern Stage in Newcastle.
A few years ago the general consensus was that only hippies and arty-farty
people resorted to yoga and meditation but more and more we're accepting it as a valid way of relaxation.
A" And it's true, we admit it - this year, from the fashion-forward to the arty-farty
, real estate moguls to real-life heroes, the pages of the issue are packed with real Dubai success stories - as well as the odd waste-of-space socialite who squeezed in.
She wanted to know what an arty-farty
playwright knew about the subject so I had to tell her that the play was in her words.
Iknowitallsounds abit arty-farty
but trust a bit arty-farty
but trust me, it's brilliant the way they work.
The comedy shows weren't remotely funny, there were numerous dramas you'd never heard of and it seemed the more arty-farty
the programme, the more likely it was to get an award.
So it sounds as though he tunes into the late-night arty-farty
Anyway, for all those moaning minnies and arty-farty
types writing letters and holding protest meetings, I say this: get a life
Likewise, those arty-farty
types hold Pablo Picasso's paintings in high regard but I doubt one of his cubist canvases would beat Peter Crouch to a high ball when the wind's swirling around the Britannia.
If it doesn''t work I''ll be doing a Damon Albarn and coming up with a slide projector, some arty-farty
friends, and a bunch of actors trying to make sense of whatever it is - as Roger Daltrey would say - emerges when I go up my own a** e.
Dimmed lights, pulsing music, arty-farty
videos, a commentary booming the mantra "The Power of Four" - it was a Woodward production with bells on.
So the only films out this week are arty-farty
things (cleverly scheduled so that when they fail, they can blame Star Wars).
At one stage they kowtow to this stereotypical hogwash, the next minute they come over all arty-farty
He has five children and we've all done arty-farty
Far from being an airy-fairy, arty-farty
type, Trollope, with the true vigour of a Victorian polymath, devised the impressively practical idea of the postal service.