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Review: Eat the Poor at The Point, Eastleigh

Guest review by Edward Learman

Once, I toyed with the idea of performing at an open-mike night, and basically just talking “seriously” about my most humiliating and disturbing experiences: this would include recollections about diarrhoea, testicles, job interviews and GP visits, culminating with the crème de la crème topic of conversation: Brexit. 715 more words

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Review: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (screening) at the Harold Pinter Theatre

Guest review by Edward Learman

“I’m not drunk enough to figure it out yet.” – George

There are many great lines in Edward Albee’s classic play about alcoholism, marriage and the failure of American virtues. 907 more words

London Theatre

Perspectives of War

BRITAIN’S WAR: INTO BATTLE, 1937-1941. Daniel Todman. Oxford University Press.

GREAT STRATEGIC RIVALRIES: FROM THE CLASSICAL WORLD TO THE COLD WAR. Edited by James Lacy. Oxford University Press. 680 more words

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American Gods

AMERICAN GODS. STARZ. 8 Episodes. Airing Sundays.

In The Guardian, the reviewer who was trying to describe Neil Gaiman’s American Gods was a bit flummoxed. 591 more words

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Sweet Pea by C J Skuse #Bookreview #Guestreview by @JoannaLouisePar @HQStories

Today Jo is sharing her review for Sweet Pea by C J Skuse. This ones on my TBR pile, but I’m in two minds about reading it as from the reviews I’ve read it’s very much a “marmite” book, but after reading Jo’s review I may just read it to see which camp I would fall into. 744 more words

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The Ballad of Halo Jones: Vol. 3 (1986) - Elliot's Review

The third and final book in the Halo Jones ballad is also the longest, both in the actual length of the story as well as the length of time that passes in Halo’s life within the tale – the first book was just one day, the second took place over one year, this one covers over a decade. 669 more words

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