For today’s book I read ‘The Red House’ by Mark Haddon. To be honest, I approached the book with fairly low expectations, partly because I’d heard very mixed opinions about it and partly because it wasn’t the sort of book I would usually read. 417 more words
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For the past five years, the National Theatre in London has had a program called National Theatre Live, which films live performances of National Theatre plays in high definition, and makes the productions available in select cinemas around the world. 194 more words
Here comes the rambling train… I don’t know where it’s going.
Before I read this book, I knew little about autism.
First of all, I’d like to thank Archie (one of my friends) for recommending this to me. 799 more words
Many Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are expertly constructed, putting Holmes’ brilliance at the forefront. That being said, few of Doyle’s 56 short stories hold a candle to “Silver Blaze” in regards to the deductive reasoning used by Holmes to solve the crime of the missing horse and murdered trainer. 578 more words
I’d been meaning to read The Curious Incident of The Dog in The Night Time for a while. I finally got around to reading it and I was strangely disappointed. 292 more words
The West End run of The Curious Incident of The Dog in the Night-Time came to a sudden end in December 2013 when the ceiling of the Apollo theatre collapsed. 1,405 more words