What a trip.
Our base for our week-long Moroccan holiday was in the centre of Marrakech’s medina, Djemma el-Fnaa, in a cheap but well-kept backpackers’ hostel surrounded by small market stalls and a number of mosques. 282 more words
10-13 Feb, 2016
Act One Society
A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of Shakespeare’s most famous comedies. Revolving around three love stories there is plenty of room for farcical drama and of course Shakespeare’s favourite – weddings. 92 more words
Paul Moorcraft is certainly a character that needs more than nine lives. Despite his many roles, he’s someone that doesn’t take himself too seriously. He is a visiting professor at Cardiff University’s School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, the Director of the Centre for Foreign Policy Analysis in London, Crisis Management Consultant for international companies, author of many controversial titles, has been a freelance TV war correspondent in over thirty war zones in Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and the Balkans, and finally, one of the few military experts who has actually lived and worked with Jihadists. 726 more words