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Made in England II

Edward Green, one of the great steadies of English shoemaking.
Lets hope they stay that way and that the Harrod’s pop up store, revamped Jermyn Street shop and some new  11 more words


'Ivy & Joan' interview

‘Ivy & Joan’ by Oberon publisher James Hogan recently ended its run at Jermyn Street Theatre. It is his first play since the 80s and 90s, when James stopped writing plays to concentrate on building Oberon Books. 1,190 more words

New Writing


I have a big project, 999 faces. It’s taken two years but it’s almost complete. I’ll write more about it when it is finished but in many ways it’s changed my life. 379 more words


28th January 1547.

Who would not make her husband a cuckold to make him a monarch?(1)

However history tells us of monarchs themselves who suffered this ignominy, including the ineffective Edward II, by his wife Isabella’s affair with Roger Mortimer. 522 more words


AYT: THEATRE REVIEW: Ivy and Joan, Jermyn Street

Originally published on A Younger Theatre

The Jermyn Street Theatre is a hidden gem: just seconds from the big, brash lights of Piccadilly Circus, this neat little venue is tucked between the shops and restaurants of Jermyn Street, but its intimate space and welcoming vibe are a treat. 597 more words


If a Mannequin Could Talk.... (part two)

Everyone’s talking about iBeacons but remarkably few retailers have the retained customer intelligence needed to make use of them. The technology has no value to a business that simply doesn’t possess the capability to come up with a useful, location-based message. 210 more words

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