Well this is sort of an update to my previous post, on the 4th plinth in Trafalgar Square.
Which seems sort of cheating, except that it did come out of a consideration of "stage", todays Thursday Theme, as I was thinking about how almost anything can be a stage, if its the space where a performance takes place.
An orange box can be a stage, if someone performs on it - as I saw some living statues doing yesterday in Covent Garden, but sorry, wasn't quick enough with my camera, we were in a hurry. Here's someone else's picture of one. I always think this must be such a tough way to make a living.
So the 4th plinth in Trafalgar Square has also become a stage for the 100 days of July, August and September as members of the public take their hourly turns to occupy and use the space in whatever way they choose.
So - you can read more about this in the previous post, with a photo of a Womble who put in quite a lively performance.
The occupant yesterday when I walked through Trafalgar Square appeared to be drawing what was going on around her.
What she was doing was quite unspectacular but her location made it a performance, and her being there turned the plinth into a stage.
You can also see from this photo what sort of "summer" we are having.