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Death of a Salesman


King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

There’s no doubting the power and tragic beauty of this Arthur Miller play: I remember its strength from sixth-form English lessons; even reading around the classroom, it seemed to come alive. 665 more words


Review – Death of a Salesman, Royal and Derngate, Northampton, 14th June 2017

They say good things come to those who wait… Originally we had tickets to see this on 13th April, but, as you no doubt are aware gentle reader, everything was cancelled due to the sad and unexpected death of Tim Pigott-Smith, who was to play Willy Loman. 1,227 more words

Chris Sparkle

Amusements of Old London: The Prize-ring

Amusements of Old London

William B. Boulton, 1901

“… an attempt to survey the amusements of Londoners during a period which began… with the Restoration of King Charles the Second and ended with the accession of Her Majesty Queen Victoria.” 1,522 more words

Susana Ellis

I-I wonder if we should have refused this assignment ...

Historical note: One day short of three weeks following this issue’s release, Superman began his dominance of another medium: radio! Starring Clayton “Bud’ Collyer as the title character (though Man of Steel himself wouldn’t show up until the second episode), “Superman” premiered February 12, 1940, and originally aired three days a week.

Jerry Siegel

Wind & Solar Power 2.5 to 5 Times More Expensive than Coal & Nuclear

Power costs matter.

The wind industry keeps telling us that their product is ‘free’, and getting cheaper all the time. Trouble is, that the facts tend to differ. 488 more words

Big Wind Industry