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SupercalifragilistNick - An Interview with Nick Evans, the Resident Director of Mary Poppins!

When I started this blog, part of the driver was to showcase South Wales and all it has to offer. But, what I hadn’t first considered is what also makes Wales great is the people. 1,874 more words

South Wales

24 Nov 2016 (AFR) - Commercial property close to final third of cycle: TIAA's TH Real Estate

(24 November 2016, AFR, p38, by Matthew Cranston)

‘The commercial real estate cycle is getting closer to its peak and risks are rising according to US financial services giant TIAA’s TH Real Estate, but major investors still have capacity to take advantage of opportunities. 60 more words

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Conflux 12 wrap up - Part II

This year at Conflux we decided to do something a bit different with the writing workshops and run them throughout the weekend instead of all on the first day (Friday), which is how we’ve done it previously. 601 more words



WHY HAS there been so little examination of Owen Smith’s career by the British press?

In the two weeks since Smith became Jeremy Corbyn’s sole challenger for the Labour leadership, journalists have largely accepted his CV at face value. 2,264 more words

Jeremy Corbyn

2014 Snapshot Archive: Grant Watson

First published at Nick Evans’ LiveJournal.

Grant Watson is an award winning writer, critic and playwright.

He has been writing science fiction film criticism since the turn of the century, beginning with his William Atheling Jr award-winning column in Borderlands and continuing through his podcast… 1,390 more words


Soft Machine in Croydon, 1970

Croydon’s Fairfield Halls art complex closed this week for a complete renovation that is expected to take two years. The news reminded me of the night back in January 1970 when I got so badly lost in my Fiat 500 in the one-way system around the town’s high-rise office blocks that I missed most of the first half of an important Soft Machine concert. 925 more words

Robert Wyatt

2014 Snapshot Archive: Lee Battersby

First published at Nick Evans’ LiveJournal.

Lee Battersby is the author of The Corpse-Rat King (Angry Robot, 2012) and Marching Dead (Angry Robot, 2013), and his first children’s novel ‘Magit and Bugrat’ is due for release in 2015 by Walker Books. 1,374 more words