Coronavirus or COVID-19 has a lot to answer for. Jobs lost, the economy at a standstill, me working from home and dressing only in tee-shirts and shorts to name but a few. However, no matter what else it has caused, Coronavirus can never be forgiven for the cancellation of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. How […]
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Earlier this year my life was transformed as was everyone’s on the planet when Covid-19 started its deadly sweep across the world. Everything really changed for me on Monday March 16th when the Prime Minister “advised” people to stay away from restaurants, bars, cinemas and theatres and since that speech, my life hasn’t been the […]
Strangely, I can sort of relate to John Brown (David Morrissey), or at least I know of people who possibly could. Your reviewer happens to be diabetic, and as patients, we are, from time to time, encouraged to touch base with other patients to give and receive support and solidarity. In extreme circumstances, patients may […]
This was my first time seeing a production of Titus Andronicus, and at the time of writing, this is the only way of experiencing genuinely live theatre. It takes some getting used to – this is a production performed by way of video conferencing. But some things don’t change, including unexpected challenges that bring proceedings […]
In a debatably more secular society than what existed when Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel opened on Broadway in 1945, is the second half of Act Two rather laughable now? The participants in this podcast don’t think so – if anything, its characters are viewed through contemporary lenses as people who live out the values and […]