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3 Stars and a Sun: featuring the songs of Francis M.

Yes, it is definitely “Love Month” but I chose to spend the first Saturday of February digging into something new and ditch the so-called romantic relationship because it’s too mainstream… and simply for a change. 321 more words


A Younger Theatre: The Two Faces of Agent Lacey - 04/01/2016

A bit late uploading this (over a month!) but I went to review The Two Faces of Agent Lacey at the Above the Arts theatre at the start of January for A Younger Theatre. 109 more words


Why the Arts Should Embrace Sports and Sports Should Embrace the Arts

On days like the Super Bowl, as fun as they are — it’s hard for working/struggling artists not to shake their head, at least a little, about the millions, even billions, of dollars worshipfully spent on sports. 643 more words

Penguin Modern Classics

One of the ways I love organising my books is by series and I thought I’d show off my Penguin Modern Classics today. There’s something so nice about having white spines with little penguins lined up on my bookshelf.  346 more words


Looking for reviewers

I still have a few review copies of The Chapel of the Thorn remaining. I am looking for reviewers who:
a) know the works of Charles Williams… 51 more words


Rehearsal for Murder, Cardiff New Theatre

Yesterday evening I went to the New Theatre in Cardiff to see Rehearsal for Murder performed by the Classic Thriller Theatre Company. I’ll admit that I hadn’t really paid attention to the poster before arriving, and seeing as the font on the poster reading ‘Classic Thriller Theatre Company’ was incredibly similar to the font that is usually used to denote Agatha Christie’s name, I actually thought it was one of her plays! 220 more words


"'Do it better' is relative." talking casting & classics with Edgar Chisholm

This post is the penultimate in my series of interview this year’s Fire This Time writers’ group writers on the plays they’ve been developing. I went into this profile project without any expectations, or at least I thought I did, until I read Ed Chisholm’s play and it was far from what I was expecting. 1,069 more words