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Savoring the green, green grass of spring ... training

It’s bracingly, frighteningly, stubbornly cold still in Syracuse, with snow on the ground. March can be a bear.

And so when my TV guide tells me that my New York Mets are being beamed from a spring training game in Florida, I will land there for a moment. 166 more words


You Don't Have To Be Mad To Work Here...


Curve, Leicester, Monday 13th March, 2017


Not more dreary confessions from Paul Burrell but Joe Orton’s final play, staged in his home town fifty years after he was murdered by his mentally ill boyfriend. 417 more words

Theatre Review

Michael Taylor New Painting @ Nancy Sever Gallery

26 October – 20 November 2016

Michael Taylor created some spectacular grand scale and multi layered images of our natural world for the recent exhibition at the Nancy Sever Gallery. 22 more words


All My Sons

The first Arthur Miller play I saw was Death of a Salesman, in Bristol, in a National Theatre touring production featuring Warren Mitchell, directed by Michael Rudman. 445 more words


Demetrio: Johann Adolph Hasse (1740)


(Opera Settecento at Cadogan Hall, 21 September 2016)

Another long-overdue post finally surfaces from the drafts folder! This time it’s Hasse’s Demetrio, to which I’d been eagerly looking forward.  2,354 more words


Tamsin Relly

15 September – 7 October 2016
jaggedart, London
Works on paper by Lucy Bainbridge, Hen Coleman, Katherine Jones, Tamsin Relly and Michael Taylor

Bing Bing to take a break from music to focus on Authorship

Pasadena artist Bing Bing has quietly been tha loudest artist coming from tha Rose City. On tha rap circuit at least, he dominates with consistency. I mean, tha kid damn near does it all. 1,029 more words